Resilience of the Town and Country
2009 Chrysler Town & Country Limited
I have had this car for a little more than a year, as I had a 2015 Town and Country and I had to sell it to get the payment down by over $200 a month.
This was a great decision, as I have had almost no problems with this vehicle. It had very low mileage when I purchased it.
70,000 miles in 10 years was hard to believe!
I have the Town and Country with tailgating possibilities. My husband hit the buttons to turn the seat around for tailgating instead of the button to shut the gate. But when the seat hit resistance, instead of stopping or reversing, it continued on its path.
So now that needs to be repaired so that I can regain the use of my 3rd row seats.
Another feature of this Limited Version is a table that stows between the 1st and 2nd row. It is nice for the kids to play games or eat their lunch here.
I can think of no other issues except that it will need some brake work done very soon.