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Cons: View through back window, very small.
Advice: Drive one.I've had the car a week and it's a blast. Super performance, looks great and so fun to drive. The coolest car I have ever owned.
Pros: Comfort and headroom.
Cons: Wish it were a little roomier in the back.
Advice: GO for it!I am a tall guy and this car is PERFECT! It has lots of room in the front and has the most comfortable cabin I have ever been in. The turbo is very peppy and it handles well. I am very pleased with how this has turned out. I traded in a 2003 Subaru Baja and it's NIGHT and DAY in terms of COMFORT, headroom, performance, etc. I would give this car a 10 out of 10. 220 HP is plenty for me.
Pros: overall comfort
Cons: rear view
Advice: great family carhave had it for one year, no problems to this point. have driven about 12,000 miles. very comfortable, about 20 miles per gallon on high way if you follow the speed limits.
Cons: Nothing yet.
Advice: I think this mini van is an excellent choice and I would definitely recommend it.This review is for the 2005 Town & Country Touring model. I am extremely happy about this purchase. I had a Windstar and had been looking at the Freestar. The Freestar did not impress us like the Town & Country. The Town & Country Touring and Limited models have a 3.8 engine, the lower models don't. It is very quiet inside the vehicle, handles bumps smoothly, and is loaded with numerous things to make spending time in a vehicle so much more enjoyable. I love the stow-n-go seats, what a nice feature. There were just so many thoughtful things done to this vehicle, it amazes me.
Pros: Retro look, great lines
Cons: Really cannot think of anything
Advice: Get ready to have some funTouring Edition can be configured almost exactly as GT, but about 3,000 dollars less. Four-wheel disc antilock brakes, traction control, etc. 180 HP turbo is plenty for me. After owning a Jeep Wrangler for a couple of years, the one touch top operation is a dream come true. Already have a PT sedan in the family, but the lines of the convertable top are just as awesome as the hardtop model. I love it, I love it, I love it!
Cons: Gas Mileage
Advice: You won't regret your purchaseWe purchased the Pacifica Touring 2 Months ago and totally love it. We are a family of 5 and previously owned a Town & Country Mini-Van. For the price you cannot ask for more luxury. It is very comfortable for the kids and long trips. The only thing that works against it is the gas mileage. But then again, in the world we live today, luxury has a high price.
Pros: Great ride & handling
Cons: A bit under powered; would like the 3.8 engine...
Advice: Give the base and LX a close look before opting for the more expensive extended versionDon't forget the short base model! Easier to park, maneuver and garage. Good, solid ride. Excellent transportation. Easy to get in & out. You still ride high, better able to see all around. We felt buried in our Buick. No tiger on power, but we expect great mileage for a mini-van. Fat, comfortable seats. Saved lots of money over extended version. Still plenty of area to store things. It does lack some bells & whistles of the extended version.