I recently purchased a Town and Country LXI. During the test drive the van drove smoothly with no problems. I did notice that while idling and talking to the salesperson the van died out. I was told that it needed a tune-up. The day after I bought the van I've had major problems with intermittent stalling. It's been in two different repair shops and they've had the van longer than I have.
I went on-line and did some research on Chrysler vans and have found that it is a common problem. It this is a reoccurring problem, Chrysler should not be putting out these lemons and I've been told by both mechanics that they see this type of problem all the time.
I am so frustrated and stressed out as I work over 15 miles from home. I don't blame the car dealership as the problem obviously was there long before they got the van.
I feel Chrysler should recall the lemons that they put out and figure out how to manufacture something that actually works.
I am far from disgusted and will never purchase another Chrysler product. I will also encourage everyone I know to look into the foreign model vans instead.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 7th April, 2004