A/C blew on this at 30,000 - fortunately still under warranty. That caused the equivalent of a handful of small metal shrapnel bits to be blown through the whole system.
Biggest issue I have had with this vehicle relates to steering and brakes. The brakes seem to require more work than necessary (and I am NOT a rough driver) - and ever since about 40,000 miles the car just will NOT drive straight any more, despite multiple alignments, new tires, and several hundred dollars in other (possibly unnecessary) alignment-related items.
We purchased this car for the "value"- and at the time, this van was the best on the market in terms of var-for-the-price.
Overall, I have not had any major engine problems, but the car's "handling" seems to have just given out. It doesn't go straight any more, and I even had the "steering gear" (a massive hydraulic component) replaced at a cost of nearly $1,000.
A year ago I stopped going to a Chrysler dealer for anything, because they're just too expensive. I now use a local mechanic who does much better work, and for probably 2/3rds the cost or less.
Handling of the driving however is fine, and the van is reasonably comfortable. One item that is a bit of a problem for me as a tall person is the driver-side wheel well. It sticks into the cabin a bit too much, forcing me to switch my feet around in an odd position if I am on long trips.
Miles-per-gallon isn't that great, and falls a little short of what was advertised. I get about 17MPG City and 21MPG Highway.
My overall impression is that Chrysler tends to focus on value and comfort inside the car, but skimps on other things like the ability of the van to last long enough. Minivans today should be able to last to 200,000 miles- but I fear I won't get past 140K. The large upper "well" where the struts attach (in front) are rusting through- and eventually mt struts won't have anything to hold onto. Not good.