• Paul Echelberger Posted: 6/6/2011 12:56pm PDT

    According to my 1st cousin,transmission re-builder,the demand is high as usual for Chrysler mini-vans transmissions-rebuilding or from junk-yard. My son's ex-wife 2005 has always carried spare tie-rods in the glove box.

  • fb_1063306810 avatar David Posted: 3/12/2012 6:54am PDT

    Must be a huge glovebox. Tie rod ends, maybe.

  • fb_1192331452 avatar Daniel Posted: 6/4/2011 1:40pm PDT

    No more Rotten/Rip/Off after 2013......CAN I GET A HELL YEAH?!!!!!

  • Kurt Posted: 6/3/2011 12:05pm PDT

    @Bill, from what I've see of Chrysler as late, good things are indeed on the horizon.

  • Bill Burke Posted: 6/3/2011 11:29am PDT

    I think Chrysler is a little disappointed with the current generation minivans, although combined, they still dominate the segment. Buy offering almost identical vans as a Dodge and a Chrysler, they narrow buyer choice. Expect two distinct and different vans with a smaller Dodge and a super luxury, larger Chrysler.
    Chrysler has an opportunity to broaden its ownership of this segment and the Fiat/Chrysler "brain trust" is at work. No one builds a better minivan than Chrysler, folks agree and the opportunity to totally dominate the minivan market with a better product is within grasp. Expect big things for Chrysler with the next generation under development.

  • Jay Posted: 6/3/2011 10:34am PDT

    We had four Chrysler awd minivans. When they stopped offering the option we were pushed into an suv. I hope, in addition to the awd that the durablity is improved! I remember major repairs that cost $$$!