2006 Chrysler Town & Country SWB User Reviews
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- Best van for the money. Great fuel economy.
- No Stow-N-Go in short wheelbase model. The van won't last 10 years.
I got the best deal of the year. On 8/19/06 I saw an ad from Los Angeles Times that Alhambra Chrysler were selling brand new 2006 base model Town & Country's with a factory-installed entertainment system for $14,988 from a $22,935 MSRP price. good thing I saw this ad at 6 A.M. I ran down to the dealership at 9 A.M., right when the staff were unlocking the doors to the showroom. there were only three
at this offer so I picked the best color, silver/gray. The last two were sold 10 minutes after I chosed my van, but the two were bad colors, green/gray and black/tan. I drove only 80 miles in it in four days.
I love this van for the price I paid. One problem I have is why doesn't Chrysler build the Stow-N-Go in base models? Now it's a kind of challenging to remove the seats since mostly I'll be hauling boxes in the cargo area. My advice is to early morning go look at the automobile specials in newspapers and get there once the dealer opens the doors.
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