2014 Chrysler Town & Country Review

2014 Chrysler Town and Country photo
  1. Original MSRP$30,765 - $41,995
  2. Price Range$8,997 - $15,995
  3. Average Selling Price$12,218
  4. Fuel Economy (MPG)17/25 City/Hwy
  5. Body StylesMini-Van

User Reviews for 2014 Chrysler Town & Country

4.2
15 Reviews
5 Star

60%

4 Star

13.3%

3 Star

13.3%

2 Star

13.3%

1 Star

0%

Interior

4.7

Exterior

4.5

Performance

4.3

Family

4.8

Cost

3.9

by Van convert on July 21, 2019

New to vans and loving it!
"Love it. The van has a relatively smooth ride with a good A/C which is needed here in Texas. As a limited model it came with severals options -some I wont even use (sunroof). I never thought i would be a van person, but with the amount of luxury this vehicle has to offer I am now a van guy. "
Interior

4.0

Leather heated seats on 1st 2 rows. Individual climate controls. Double screened dvd/blu ray player. Roomy. Stow and go seating plus tailgate seating.
Exterior

4.0

Gold-ish color newer t&c design. Double power sliding doors and liftgate.
Performance

4.0

Decent V6 engine has some pep to it. Low gas mileage as expected.
Family

5.0

Roomy interior, easy entrance/exit. Game plug ins and video entertainment system.
Cost

1.0

Most expensive vehicle I have ever owned. Luckily I got it used and in great condition. Low gas mileage, moderately expensive replacement parts and services.

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by Vaughn on July 21, 2019

Super car
"This is the 4th T&C I've had Totaled 2 and walked away both times."
Interior

5.0

Hold up to 7 people. Holds 4 sets of golf clubs and 4 golfers. Has dual screens so kiddies can watch what they have. Stop and go seats.
Exterior

5.0

Totaled 2 T&C and walked away both times. Second one I needed a bandage for finger so I wouldn't get blood flow on my cloths.
Performance

5.0

I get 19 to 20 mpg in city.
Family

5.0

Entertainment system for kiddies.
Cost

5.0

Average cost effectiveness.

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by Jeff Hendrick on July 20, 2019

2014 Chrysler Town & Country Touring minivan
"Overall in almost 6 years of ownership (new in Dec. 2013), the van has been an outstanding vehicle for myself and my 2 - 70 lb. dogs. The 3.6L V-6 runs best on high octane, but the greater mpg's make the price increase a wash. As with all of my new vehicles, the paint is treated with liquid Teflon and the undercarriage is fully undercoated with old fashion rubber /urethane to protect the fuel lines, brakes lines, and frame. At 58,000 miles, all is well, and the van still "lays rubber" if you don't feather the throttle. Fold-in-the-floor center seats are nice for dog beds, and it took "flying milk cartons" to make me realize that groceries ALWAYS go in the cavern behind the 3rd seat row. OEM tires are junk, but upgrading to Toyo tires for firmer side walls are best. With the dogs, I upgraded to Monroe truck shocks to stiffen rear handling, complete Monroe struts on fronts to achieve "sports car" type handling, and K & N washable air & cabin filter. From Ohio to Alabama at 70 - 75 mph, average was 27.5 mpg. Local Chrysler dealer (Ganley Aurora) is outstanding, so it seems best to take it there. GPS mapping is not as nice and big as my 2014 Ram 3500, but acceptable. Almost went with the model with heated seats, but the sales person did not know how to shut them off and our "cheeks were getting fried" during the test drive. I opted to buy the optional (yes, optional) spare temp. tire that mounts under the van directly below the front center console, but ended up calling AAA when I had a flat during a snow storm. Because I'm a guy, I upgraded the brakes for mountain driving with cross drilled & slotted rotors with carbon ceramic pads that will put my head through the windshield before the ABS has a chance to kick in. Corrosion will start eating up the OEM alloy rims, so I had mine powder coated in gloss black for a less expensive but great looking option. Great vehicle. "
Interior

5.0

Logical interior layout with firm seating.
Exterior

4.0

Good styling once past the psychological phobia of "driving a minivan without having kids."
Performance

5.0

Great engine performance, but the automatic transmission want to always stay in the highest gear, affecting passing acceleration unless you "punch it." A remedy is to take it out of "eco mode" and manually use the tap shift to spread out the rpm's.
Family

5.0

Dog friendly!

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by Dick on July 20, 2019

Versitle family vehicle
"This vehicle can be a people mover and minute later it can move furniture with little afford in changing from one to the other "
Interior

5.0

This vehicle is family friendly no matter age
Exterior

5.0

It is not flashy
Performance

5.0

It has good fuel
Family

5.0

The car is for older people to get in and out as well carrying car sits and all that is needed for a baby or kids comfort. The room is fantastic
Cost

5.0

The vehicle get great fuel economy for its sieze

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by Joe E on July 19, 2019

Short-lived
"Love the room for passengers and cargo. Loved the power and handling. However, I’ve had too many problems-transmission- to recommend this car."
Interior

4.0

Exterior

4.0

Performance

3.0

Before 100k, it had plenty of power, but terrible shifting, esp on hills. After 100k, had to replace the flex plate (flywheel).
Family

4.0

Stow n go seats made it easy to modify for different uses.
Cost

3.0

22mpg but now expensive repairs. Had to pay for transmission shifting software upgrade too...

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by GACathyMac on July 18, 2019

Great car overall
"Love the stow and go back seats! Great stereo and DVD system to keep the kids entertained on long trips!"
Interior

5.0

Exterior

4.0

Performance

4.0

Family

5.0

Cost

4.0


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by Oceantide on July 17, 2019

Amazing vehicle
"I never thought I’d fall in love with a minivan but I can sure say this vehicle has been amazing for our family. We have 90k miles and it hasn’t been back to the shop since we purchased it. I change the oil myself and only have the tires rotated. This car allows us to bring everything with and is enjoyable to drive. If something happened to this car I’d buy another one today. "
Interior

5.0

With weather tech floor mats and leather seats the car looks like new on the inside. At 90k miles the driver seat is beginning to show some wear.
Exterior

5.0

The paint on this car holds up very well. It is carwashed and occasionally hand waxed.
Performance

5.0

Plenty of power and gets 24 mpg.
Family

5.0

Perfect family car
Cost

5.0

Great value

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by Jim RN on July 11, 2019

The perfect vehicle
"It does everything a SUV does but better! Better ride, easy in and out, quieter, better mileage, holds as many or more passengers but far more comfortably, holds more, hauls more, access to rear seats better, etc. It is far and away the most practical vehicle on the road!"
Interior

5.0

Easy access to rear seats, stow and go seats, cup holders, armrests, 2 Blu-ray video screens with Bluetooth headphones, versatility, and all the options that I use regularly like the heated seats, gps, hands free phone.
Exterior

4.0

Nothing special except the metal flake black paint. Function over form where necessary
Performance

5.0

It has more than enough power available at any speed
Family

5.0

Kids can watch videos while the driver listens to the radio or makes a call.
Cost

5.0

One vehicle that does it all

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by Cherisse on July 10, 2019

Best MiniVan for families
"Buy it! Party on the inside!"
Interior

5.0

Comfy seating for 7 4 captain seats Space for 3 adults to sit comfortably in back Dvd player USB outlets in front and back Great sound system Built in removeable flash light Large trunk Foldable back seats for extra cargo room
Exterior

3.0

Could have a nicer shape
Performance

5.0

Reliable
Family

5.0

Built in DVD Numerous cup holders Spacious seating USB outlets in front and back
Cost

5.0

Yes

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by Ashley on July 10, 2019

Sigh
"First let me say, I was sold a Lemon. Now, Chrysler may make decent cars, but I've heard from mechanics and people who have owned these cars that they are not worth it. I am still paying off this van as we speak. I loved the van when I bought it, I can still remember the day I was pregnant with my fifth son and needed to upgrade our car. The car itself is sleek, very roomy for all of our kids and really great trunk space. However, the engine, all the issues, etc make me never want to purchase this vehicle or anything like it ever again. Won't go with American made ever again if I can help it. Soon will be heading to a Honda Odyssey, still love my Van for now though because it gets me and my family to and from I just expected more. "
Interior

5.0

I loved the leather seats, the functionality of everything inside is really decent.
Exterior

5.0

Really pretty black, it almost looks like it shines like stars in the night.
Performance

1.0

Lacking severely in performance. But like I said was sold a lemon.
Family

4.0

Fits my family of 6 comfortably and we are all very tall.
Cost

1.0

The fuel efficiency is absolutely awful. I understand it is a mini-van but I have spent so much in gas i had to stop driving it as much as I was.

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by Adams on July 9, 2019

Love it
"Love my van, roomy and power. Great for long trips. "
Interior

5.0

Leather seats
Exterior

5.0

Black cleans up nice
Performance

5.0

Great power
Family

5.0

Roomy enough for three kids not to have to touch each other. DVD player is a great feature.
Cost

5.0

Great price and great gas millage.

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by Norman on July 9, 2019

The Chrysler Town & Country is an excellent cost-effective all-around vehicle!!!
"We have had 4 Chrysler & Dodge minivans continuously since we purchased a 1984 Dodge Caravan in 1986 and they have all exceeded our expectation! The next 2 were a 1991 Chrysler Town & Country and a 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan. We currently have a 2014 Chrysler Town & Country, which is expected to provide enjoyable driving & riding as usual for over 250,000 miles with minimum repairs, if any."
Interior

5.0

Exterior

5.0

Performance

5.0

Family

5.0

Cost

5.0


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by Jj on September 29, 2018

Issues of seats heating button sliding door
"At 100.00 kms.just off warranty.drivers middle row heated seat turns on then doesnt etsy on.also the rear heater control lights on dash bounce back and forth.front controls back back flashes then you can control rear from front.sliding doors click when opened stay open half way then may shut on me. Sometimes you have to manually shut door. Hard shifting at 100.000 kms."
Interior

3.0

Cloth stood up to wear
Exterior

5.0

Nice paint
Performance

4.0

Great power
Family

5.0

Fits 7
Cost

3.0

Great until you get higher mileage

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by ALEX on February 19, 2015

"We love this car - the backup camera, automatic opening side doors, and the inside 'child mirror' to see the kids are key. Great for families with multiple kids."

by RICK on February 14, 2015

"Great car at a great price and a 7 year bumper to bumper warranty"

CARFAX Info for 2014 Chrysler Town & Country

CARFAX offers millions of used cars for sale nationwide. Every listing includes the vehicle history. The data below is updated daily, based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
2014 Chrysler Town & Country Deals on CARFAX
Percentage of 2014 Chrysler Town & Country for sale on CARFAX that are Great, Good, and Fair Value deals. Values are determined by whether the selling price is above, below, or the same as the history-based CARFAX Value.
Great Value
(115)
Good Value
(115)
Fair Value
(128)
No Badge
(99)
VEHICLE HISTORY SUMMARY
The Vehicle History Summary represents the percentage of cars available for sale on CARFAX that are reported to have no accidents or damage, had 1-owner, been used as a personal or personal lease car, and/or have service history information.
No Accidents or Damage Reports

68%

CARFAX 1-Owner

23%

Personal Use

44%

Service History

98%

2014 Chrysler Town & Country Pricing

The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is the "sticker price" for this vehicle, including optional equipment, when it was new. The price range for the 2014 Chrysler Town & Country is $8,997 - $15,995. The average selling price is $12,218. The data below is updated daily, based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX. Price range and average selling price are based on the median selling price while CARFAX Value is a VIN-specific value based on the vehicle's history.

Original MSRP
$30,765 - $41,995
Price Range
This is the price range for the 2014 Chrysler Town & Country based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
$8,997 - $15,995
Average Selling Price
$12,218
CARFAX Value
This is the range of CARFAX Values for the 2014 Chrysler Town & Country on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
$6,930 - $17,900
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2014 Chrysler Town & Country Pricing By Trim
  1. TrimPrice RangeAverage Selling PriceCARFAX Value
  2. Touring$8,997 - $15,910$12,076$6,930 - $16,930
  3. S$10,190 - $14,599$13,240$9,820 - $14,500
  4. Limited Edition$12,947 - $16,500$14,622$8,400 - $16,570

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