If you need to haul a lot of stuff, but don't want to buy a truck, this is the way to go
A/C broke - 114,000.
Seat broke - 60,000.
Water pump - 85,000.
Radiator - 95,000.
Oil pan gasket - 90,000.
Tranny pan gasket - 90,000.
Head gasket - 114,000.
Shock absorbers - 95,000.
O2 sensor - 110,000.
Rotors - 60,000 and 100,000.
Battery - 100,000 and 115,000.
Tie rods - 90,000.
Sway bar - 95,000.
Tires - 40,000 and 80,000, and will need to be replaced in the next 5,000 miles.
Many more small things.
Overall this minivan has been very reliable. It has never broken down once in the whole time we have had it. The only time it left me stuck was when the battery died.
One of my absolute favorite things about my Town and Country was the cargo space. I used it for everything, from hauling to furniture, beds, mulch, lawn equipment, lumber, and even a tractor.
Another great thing about my minivan was the interior. Yes, there was a lot of plastic, but even at 120,000 it cleans up like new with a little Armor All.
The thing I hate most about this van is the driver's seat. It's very uncomfortable after driving for more than 40 minutes. To make matters worse, the first ratchet on the seat doesn't work, so it leans too far back.
The other thing I hate about this minivan is the driver's side rocker panel near the rear wheel is completely rusted.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 8th August, 2013