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Chrysler Town and Country, Car Buying, Van
May 14, 2010 (7:24 am)
Ask your question on forums.chyslerminivan.net. I don't think there is another option but there is tons of knowledge there
#1592 of 1654 Re: Headphones [drivmywifecrzy]
May 14, 2010 (7:55 am)
Ok. Thanks for all the help
Jul 01, 2010 (12:09 pm)
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#1594 of 1654 New to the Town and Country
Sep 11, 2010 (3:34 pm)
Just bought a '10 Town and Country touring with the 4.0 V6, towing package, and family value group. MSRP was 31400 got it for 26,800 + TTL and 115 "documentation fee". Did all the legwork via internet, arrived at dealer to pick it up and left 75 minutes later- very nice. Hope it was a good deal- seemed to be from all sources I could find. I will be watching and commenting on the Chrysler van forums.
#1596 of 1654 can any one help
Sep 21, 2010 (2:32 pm)
I am looking to buy a new truck all is done but hold up on cdi control number. Is there anyone who can get one of these things> It would be great. Thanks
#1597 of 1654 Re: New to the Town and Country [snowman89]
Sep 21, 2010 (3:14 pm)
Snowman, I wish you the best... I just returned home from arbitration w/ Chrysler, I won today but that dose not mean its' over by a long shot, there will most likely be be an appeal and court to follow. witch will happen next May or September. A long time waiting, especaily since most of, and the biggest of the problems happened within the first 65 days of ownership (under 3000 miles). It was out of service for a total of 33 days, thats almost 50% (ouch). After 30 days out of service in PA it falls under the Lemon Law. That was over A year Ago! Good Luck And Enjoy......
#1598 of 1654 Re: New to the Town and Country [snowman89]
Sep 22, 2010 (6:52 am)
We have the '10 Town & Country Limited with the same 4.0 V6 and 6-speed transmission, and we love it! Checked the brake pads at just over 5,000 miles and they look fine (looks like Chrysler fixed the premature wearing issue). Hope you enjoy your new van as much as we have.
#1599 of 1654 Re: New to the Town and Country [tsu670]
Sep 24, 2010 (11:14 am)
Thanks for the replies. We're approaching the first thousand mile mark and love it. I will be checking the brake pads at the first oil change. I'm looking to use motorcraft's semi synthetic oil as have had great luck with it in my Fusion. MPG is too early to tell but seems reasonable given the driving circumstances; I am trying to mix highway and city until I hit the 1K mark and am also trying to be easy on the brakes. Any comments on the a/c performance? I'm concerned how it will handle brutal midwest summers and have already noted missing the 5 speed fan from our previous van.
#1600 of 1654 Re: New to the Town and Country [snowman89]
Sep 24, 2010 (4:21 pm)
I imagine yours is like ours and has both automatic and manual settings for A/C. In manual mode ours has a bunch of fan speeds for both front and rear passengers. Might even be five speeds, but I don't quite recall. In terms of cooling capacity, we live in the upper Midwest and had an unusually high number of 90+ degree days this summer. A/C worked fine.