2002 Chrysler Town & Country Owner Satisfaction - Consumer Reports
The Town & Country is longer and roomier than the Chrysler Voyager, and is a more expensive cousin of the Dodge Grand Caravan. Its quiet, spacious interior provides flexible seating and storage, and features a 50/50 split third-row bench seat. The Town & Country's ride is compliant, and its handling is secure, but its powertrains lack the polish of those in the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna.
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Overall Owner Satisfaction

Consumer Reports’ Annual Owner Satisfaction Survey can improve the chances of finding a compatible car match. How? Our survey data reveals whether, all things considered, owners would buy the same car again. The answer to that question is what determines our owner-satisfaction rating, which is a powerful piece of intel because it predicts how well a particular model will satisfy other owners.

Overall Owner Satisfaction

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