2015 Chrysler Town and Country
57,785 Miles
$14,299

West Palm Beach, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2018 Chrysler 300
22,605 Miles
$20,499

Orlando, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2016 Chrysler 300
19,985 Miles
$20,999

Orlando, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2016 Chrysler 300
20,642 Miles
$19,999

Miami, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2017 Chrysler 300
44,643 Miles
$18,999

Orlando, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2015 Chrysler 300
36,909 Miles
$18,999

Miami, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2017 Chrysler Pacifica
41,435 Miles
$19,999

Miami, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2016 Chrysler Town and Country
19,376 Miles
$19,999

Miami, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2018 Chrysler 300
25,510 Miles
$19,999

Miami, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2016 Chrysler 300
7,562 Miles
$22,999

North Lauderdale, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2018 Chrysler 300
16,198 Miles
$19,999

West Palm Beach, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2016 Chrysler 300
31,672 Miles
$17,999

Orlando, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2018 Chrysler 300
24,049 Miles
$20,999

Orlando, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2016 Chrysler 300
45,447 Miles
$16,999

Orlando, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2016 Chrysler 300
35,216 Miles
$17,999

Orlando, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2017 Chrysler 300
20,801 Miles
$19,999

West Palm Beach, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2018 Chrysler 300
21,716 Miles
$20,999

Miami, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2017 Chrysler 300
28,429 Miles
$17,999

Orlando, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2016 Chrysler 300
21,751 Miles
$20,999

Orlando, FL
Track Price Check Availability

2018 Chrysler 300
8,774 Miles
$21,999

West Palm Beach, FL
Track Price Check Availability

Chrysler Owner Ratings & Reviews

Write a Review

2011 Chrysler Grand Voyager - I really enjoy this vehicle. One of the nicer cars that I have owned

nicole
Dawsonville, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
The Grand Voyager is a sturdy Mini Van. The body style has a look that will never go out of style. It is a smooth ride. It also handles well for a large vehicle. For a mini van it gets really good gas mileage. This particular van isn't fully loaded but what it does have is really awesome. Air works great. I have had no real engine problems. The Grand Voyager is a great value for the amenities that come with it. It has a lot of space. I love the stow and go. That is really great for long trips. The seats fold down into the floor which helps when I need to haul big stuff. I like that it seats seven comfortable. It also has a DVD player, that is great for kids. Has some really cool things that can be done with the radio.
Story
I think the day we purchased the van. We have had several bad vehicle experiences. So when we went to test drive this one I was in awe. I came back from my test drive and my husband could immediately tell that I was in love with the van.
Pros
My favorite feature on the Grand Voyager is that is has automatic door! I can open my back gate and both back doors from my key less remote. I also love the radio. It comes with the option to purchase Sirius radio. You can download all your own music to the stereo. Another awesome feature is the DVD player. Super handy with kids. The van came with one pair of head phones and we were able to purchase more of the same for my other kids through Chrysler. The Chrysler Grand Voyager comes with stow and go. Which means I have additional storage in the floor. Also, if needed I can lay all the sea... (more)
Cons
In the Chrysler our radio has a glitch. It will sometimes shut itself off or freeze up. I also, wish that ours had leather seats. That would be way easier to maintain with small kids. The trunk space could be a little bigger so I don't always have to let the seats down to fit suitcases and extra bags when I am traveling short distances. We did have a coolant hose burst right after we bought it and it had to be replaced. That wasn't something we had wanted in a fairly new van. I would have loved it if the van had key less ignition starter. I don't enjoy the fact that the key is one of those... (more)

2008 Chrysler TC - Needs more standard features

ARM
Marysville, Ohio
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0
As far as minivans go the Chrysler Town and Country minivan is a pretty good value. It gets pretty decent gas mileage, has a smooth ride and can seat up to 7 passengers. My husband is in a wheelchair so I especially like the fact the backseat folds into the floor so I don't have to mess with trying to remove a heavy back seat in order to get the wheelchair into it. I also like the fact it has an audio jack so I can plug my mp3 player into it and play my own music instead of messing with the radio especially on long trips. I dislike the fact that it doesn’t have as many standard features as most cars that are around 2008 have. For one thing it does not have cruise control. I don’t use cruise a whole lot but it is nice to have on a long trip to give your foot a break. Another thing I don... (more)
Story
I would rather not share my most memorable experience with this van but it has taken me and some friends on some crazy adventures in the city of Pittsburgh Pa
Pros
I like that it has cargo areas in the floor behind the front seats for storage. I like that the back seat folds down into the floor giving me lots of space in the back for hauling. It is also very roomy when the seats are down too which is great for when you need a quick place to take a nap. The radio has great sound and is pretty powerful. I like that this van seems to have a lot of get up and go power and was even remarkably good in the snow this past winter which surprised me because I didn’t think vans were great snow vehicles. It has a tire pressure monitoring system that I like and w... (more)
Cons
What I don’t like about it was the fact that Cruise control didn’t come standard in this model. I didn’t know that until after I had purchased it. The driver doesn’t have any control over the automatic windows either which is annoying. I don’t know how many times my dog has put down the passenger side window and as he has a history of jumping out the window this is concerning. This van is a very basic model so everything is done manually like opening and shutting the doors. Another thing I don’t like is the fact this van burns engine oil like crazy. If I don’t have the oil changed every 30... (more)

2009 Chrysler TC - Great family car

Paul
Lilburn, Georgia
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
The biggest thing that I noticed about the vehicle is how roomy and spacious it is. The middle bucket seats are close to the doors and allow people to move between the back row and middle row with ease. The van runs smoothly most times and the indicator lights are very clear in helping to let you know if there may be anything wrong at any time. There are two automatic doors on the vehicle which can help with getting two kids in and out without fuss. The trunk area is very big and can fit enough things to make a weekend trip easy. Due to the great mirror control, there are rarely any blind spot issues and the car is fast enough to keep up with daily traffic.
Story
I don't have anything too fun or memorable yet; however, my son does enjoy moving from seat to seat every time we stop somewhere.
Pros
The biggest pro for the vehicle is obviously the room it offers. With a growing family, it was important to have something that we could grow into and also allow friends and family to join us on outings without being too cramped. The acceleration and braking are very clean and provide excellent control. There are personal lights for all the seats so that each passenger can have a light to read or see with at night. Once again, the trunk space is perfect to pack up a lot of bags to make a weekend trip fun and easy. The vehicle also comes with a very easy to use radio system and lets you kno... (more)
Cons
The biggest con is the fuel economy. With only 15-21 MPG I usually have to fill up once a week to get to work and back. The steering can be a little tight at times making parking lots pretty troublesome as well. While the trunk space is wonderful on its own, if the seats need to be stored to open up the van, they take up a big chunk of the trunk due to where they have to go. There are also not as many airbags as there should be for a vehicle of that size.

Pricing Analysis

Active Listings
Mileage