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Don't be misled by replies to this thread. Most of the people you hear from here will be dissatisfied owners, so remember there are many more out there who are satisfied with their MoPars. Chrysler T&C has the highest owner returns of all minivans according to JD Powers.
I don't own a T&C, but do own a '13 Dodge GC. I didn't even consider a Sienna, not that I don't believe they are nice cars, but because of two things; they don't fit my lifestyle, and they are overpriced. I think he Sienna is far and away the best looking van, but that wasn't enough to sway me to buy one.
Why don't they fit my lifestyle? In simple terms, Stow & Go. I often travel to visit family, and I need the storage space to take everything my wife hauls (kitchen sink too). When I get there, our vehicle becomes the primary mode of transportation, since we have to haul 5-6 people comfortably. Hence, we simply unload everything we took, such as a zillion Christmas gifts and associated boxes, put the seats up, and take off. With a Sienna, I'd have to leave the middle seat at home to transport all the items, then the car would be useless for transporting a gang of family members.
Price--well how does 5-10K more appeal to you? Am I going to have that many more repairs on my Dodge than on a Sienna? I doubt it.
I now have 33,000 miles on my Caravan, so I can give a fairly good assessment of it. Pluses are: 1) Fantastic brakes. This thing has the most powerful brakes I've ever had on a car. I understand Siennas are rough on rotors and pads--with over 30,000 miles, my Dodge has zero rotor wobble with its accompanying brake vibration, and the pads look like new. 2) Stow & Go 3) Great gas mileage-27 mpg at 70-75 mph 4) Great power. 5) This is the only vehicle I've ever owned that uses NO oil. 7500 miles between changes, and still full.
As for the downside--the only mechanical problem I've had is a bad shock absorber which was replaced under warranty. Unfortunately, the replacement shock is now rattling like the original did, so it's back to the dealer to get another replacement while still under warranty. I positively hate the Yokohama tires MoPar put on as OE. They will spin pretty easily on dry pavement, and rain or snow traction is pitiful. I'm not a great fan of the transmission, either. Most of the time it's OK, but the gearing is weird; the first 3 gears are closely spaced, then there's a big drop in RPM's when it hits 4th. It occasionally decides to clunk going from reverse to drive or it may occasionally give out a harsh 2-3 shift just to keep things interesting. I'm also not a big fan of the seats; they're just too hard. Apparently MoPar listened to the motor magazines' ravings about the "supportive" seats of some cars and decided to make theirs firmer, but they went too far. They aren't as bad as some, such as certain Toyota, Honda, and Buick LaCrosse seats (like sitting on an upholstered park bench), but they sure aren't as comfortable as '07 and older MoPar van seats.
 

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I drove a 2014 Chrysler Town and country as rental van last week. Coming from a 1998 Sienna, I will say that I was impressed with the features of the van and the ride. We were loaded down with 6 people plus luggage for a business trip. We drove just under 300 km round trip and it only used a 1/3 tank of gas.

I also have to agree with Quadcab, I think the Stow and Go is a great design. I often use my 98 for hauling building supplies. I always find it a pain to have to remove all 4 seats, stick them in my garage and then fiddle with getting them back into the van.

I'm still planning on keeping my 98 Sienna for a few more years, but I will give the Chrysler 2011 and up a consideration. The 3.6 Liter Pentastar engine is a good engine. Given the problems reported on this site with the 2011 and up Sienna's I have to admit that Chrysler has closed the gap in terms of reliability with Toyota. As mentioned a $10K price difference brand new keeps a lot of coin in your pocket.

Regards, JC.
 

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Much obliged to you such a great amount for this fix Wacom! Its MUCH calmer now, and doesn't turn out to be exceptionally hot either. Exceptionally valued!
 

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We had rented a 2017 Grand Caravan on our trip to Florida and here are my observations:

Pros -
- The GT model (I think) had standard items like navigation, heated steering wheel and a few other items that are definitely non- standard on the Toyota unless you get the higher trim levels.

Cons -
- size is absolutely a difference. Hands down the Sienna is larger. I don't know about the new Pacifica, but the Caravan is a bit cramped whereas the Sienna has a lot of arm, shoulder, leg and knee space.

Responsiveness seemed to be comparable, although the transmission in the Dodge seemed to be sluggish at times.

Personal Experience:
- I worked in tier automotive supplier for 12 years and for many of those I had to travel to customer plants. This is one of the biggest reasons I may NEVER buy a vehicle from the big three again. I witnessed UAW workers turning away from their jobs to read books or newspapers and one, two or several vehicles would pass. There were also bench areas where people would take naps, while production was running. My work ethic is much different than that, and I've worked in other shops with different unions (USW, etc) and none of the other unions act like the UAW. For some reason with them there is a severe lack of accountability. That said, it's been a while since I've worked at a tier supplier, so I don't know how they run their business now. It could be different.

So, that's my two cents.
 
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