• Bud1111 avatar Bud1111 Posted: 1/9/2014 5:10pm PST

    Keep it under $35,000.00 and real average of 30 m.p.g. and I will buy one, Do not change a thing!!! I have owned 6 new model Vans. This is the one I have been looking for with the above requirements. I 70 years of age and travel to Florida every year. I like to be proud of the vehicle that I look after so well, with great pride.

  • fb_1466803670 avatar Larry Posted: 11/11/2012 8:25am PST

    As a current owner of a Town and Country, I love the new 700c. I will be first in line to buy one.

  • fb_1097785227 avatar fb_1097785227 Posted: 2/8/2012 6:49pm PST

    Rework the front grill just a bit, and slightly lessen the dramatic side view, and you have the hottest van out there. I love it!

  • William J Toensing avatar William J Toensing Posted: 1/22/2012 3:15am PST

    The "B" pillar treatment is STUPID! Make it virtical. I want visability in a car & don't want it sacrificed in the name of style. The rear window treatment in the Ford Focus ZX3 is another example of stupidity in the name of style. If Chrysler would offer their minivan with a diesel option, as they do for Europe, I would be interested in buying one.

  • gmay2 avatar gmay2 Posted: 1/15/2012 8:56pm PST

    Hmmmmmm. The car would be excellent if it were not for the side window configeration. Sure engine, space etc will come into consumer decision making however no one wants to drive an ugly car/people mover. The Australian consumer is likely to reject this styling as they have the ugly Ssangyong Stavic.

  • fb_121509040 avatar Miraj Posted: 1/15/2012 6:12pm PST

    Great van, terrible and nervous reporter.

  • fb_121509040 avatar Miraj Posted: 1/15/2012 6:15pm PST

    Oh, and what's up with that black hood? To me it looks like a bad colour combination of black and silver.

  • fb_543672743 avatar Don Posted: 1/14/2012 7:27pm PST

    It is my understanding that Chrysler is going to discontinue the Dodge Grand Caravan and only go with whatever they will call the present Chrysler Town and Country. I consider space to be one of the criteria for a good minivan and with the bold looking design in this concept vehicle, I wonder if they will sacrifice the storage space for design elements.

  • Piru avatar Piru Posted: 1/14/2012 4:36pm PST

    This vehicle is gorgeous! Everything about it is polarizing and I personally think it will do extremely well here and in Europe. I have owned just one Minivan a Chrysler T&C and it has been an outstanding vehicle. I will buy another if it looks like the new 700c.

  • ModernMode avatar ModernMode Posted: 1/14/2012 4:00pm PST

    The black hood is really ugly. Ruins the look of the vehicle.

  • fb_121509040 avatar Miraj Posted: 1/15/2012 6:14pm PST

    I didn't notice until I read your post. I re-watched it and have to agree with you.

  • Mr. Nuts avatar Mr. Nuts Posted: 1/13/2012 12:42pm PST

    Love the design. I own a business and need to haul around boxes to photo shoots, warehouses, factories, etc. and need a multi-purpose vehicle. I normally wouldn't consider a boring minivan over an SUV to get the job done -- but would definitely consider this.

  • Chrisdenver avatar Chrisdenver Posted: 1/13/2012 2:51pm PST

    My initial thoughts...so f'ing ugly. But then I'm drawn to this more and more. Right now I'm thinking this is an awesome design, but it'll definitely be polarizing. This may be a great opportuinity for Chrysler (and maybe Dodge with a more mainstream design?) Bring it on!!

  • Mikedata avatar Mikedata Posted: 1/13/2012 12:42pm PST

    We've owned three Chrysler minivans, and they had the best looking minivan on the market prior to the current bland box design. The 700C is a stunning leap back to design leadership, and it should be produced with minimal changes. If that happens, it will be at the top of my shopping list when it comes time to replace our Honda Odyssey.