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Advice: Best betWow!! What a minivan. Great comfort, ride and handling.
Pros: Style and space
Cons: Fuel milage
Advice: Test drive both automatic and standardOverall rating mid point due to fuel economy. I figured gas milage at better than 18 mpg highway at 65 mph.
Pros: Power doors
Cons: Dealer selection was limited
Advice: Drive the Town and Country last and you will understand why.Rides and Handles like a dream. Its hard to believe that you are driving a minivan. excellent sound system and extremly comfortable bucket seats. Best minivan value around!!!
Pros: Interior flexability.
Cons: Size of tires.
Advice: It is basically a mini-minivan and if you know that you'll be happy.Everything working great. Engine a little low on performance but I didn't buy it for a sport car. Cruises I-95 at 80mph with no problems. Gas mileage so far right at 20mpg.
Pros: Where do I start? Power everything (even hatch)
Cons: Tires look too small
Advice: If price isn't an obstacle get the limited edition it's worth it!Great acceleration and pick-up for a mini-van. All chryslers rock.
Pros: the interior
Cons: the all gold color
Advice: don't pay more than MSRPI like the way it handled
Pros: Styling and performance
Cons: Tight squeeze while getting into and out of back seat
Advice: Don't be surprised at its all-around qualityAn excellent value in my estimation. Compared cars priced at $10,000 more - the Sebring LXI 3.0 liter coupe (loaded) beat them all. Superb styling, very sound with a 'BMW-like' feel (I know because I drove one for five years). Superior in the snow (even without studs or snow tires). Remarkably quick. Access to back seat is a squeeze...but then, the back seat is hardly used. Leg room, once back there, is bearable.