Caption This – Turns on a Dime

Despite the fact that it’s a one-way street, this Town and Country wants to go both ways.
Hat tip to Tanshanomi for the pic.

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  1. dukeisduke Avatar

    Broken tie rod end?

    1. zaddikim Avatar

      Saw a car in a major Vancouver that not only had a catastrophic tie-rod end failure, but the lower A-arm had 'popped' out. At 4:30pm on a Thursday.
      Good times…

  2. muthalovin Avatar

    Torque-steer, Town and Country-style.

  3. Age_of_Aerostar Avatar

    Chrysler Town and Country — The best way to get to the town and the country at the same time.

  4. Sivart_R1 Avatar

    I'm used to left turn arrows, and the occasional right turn on red OK arrow…but do we really need a green straight ahead arrow, telling us we have right of way to go through the intersection?
    Oh, you mean there's something up with the van too? *shrug*

    1. Thrashy Avatar

      There's an intersection in Hutchinson, Kansas that has three green lights for one lane. One points left. One points straight. One points right. All of them light up at the same time, every time.
      No, I don't know what they were thinking either.

    2. Feds_II Avatar

      At a T intersection near my house the light at the top of the T has a left arrow and a right arrow, no circle or straight arrow. Because, you know, if they just had a green light, people might get confused and drive straight into the fence, then continue into the open field.

  5. Baron Von Danger Avatar

    He is just giving directions…"Yeah just go left here and take a right at the Dollar Tree, can't miss it"

  6. BGW Avatar

    That's just Chrysler's auto-parallel parking test mule.

  7. Rust-MyEnemy Avatar

    Really? Lucky dime!

  8. Feds_II Avatar

    Forcing him into a Chrysler minivan is one way to break a man's balljoints.

  9. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar
    Peter Tanshanomi

    Notice how he leaves his teenage daughter sitting inside a disabled vehicle sitting smack-dab in the middle of an intersection.

  10. Josh Avatar

    "You used to tell us that you didn't trust our products. You used to tell us that only a person that worked out on a regular basis and needed a more strenuous workout would dare by a Chrysler or that you had to be a certified mechanic. We listened! We learned how the Germans make their cars more reliable by over-engineering them. Now we will make them sportier by learning how the Italians do it. Chrysler more reliable than we used to be."

  11. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar
    Peter Tanshanomi

    By the way, that's a damn nice dashboard, if I do say so myself.

  12. Matt Avatar

    Looks like a broken lower front ball joint. Happened on my wife's '92 Accord.

    1. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

      It seems to be disturbingly common with CB7 Accords. My friend had one fail on his '93, and the '91 he bought to replace it (after the head warped) has a suspiciously familiar dent in the front fender. "Well," he said, "at least we know that ball joint's been replaced."

  13. Maymar Avatar

    Inspired by the Hurricane concept, Chrysler looked at ways to make their vans more maneuverable in spite of the massive wheelbase.

  14. Lotte Avatar

    Needs a dab more oppo.

    1. bzr Avatar

      The 1998 Chrysler Town & Country was a bitch, and I spanked it.

  15. Froggmann_ Avatar

    That isn't the type of split decision I was talking about…

  16. abe98 Avatar

    He's about engage the hovercraft!

  17. CptSevere Avatar

    This is the result of an unholy union between Chrysler and the Toro lawn tractor division that makes those zero radius lawnmowers. That's not a broken tie rod, it's a caster. Just imagine.

  18. dmilligan Avatar

    Nah, nah, it's just a very effective 'panic brake' system that comes into play when you stomp the living shit out of the brake pedal. The computer detects this and says 'Ouch! You wanna stop quick? here we go…' and fires an explosive bolt on the tie rod. Viola, you stop quickly. Available only on Chrysler products. Luckily.

  19. coupeZ600 Avatar

    "Oh Man, you missed the turn!……"
    "No Biggie, I'll just throw a U-ee and go back"
    "But there's not enough room!"
    "Hah! Watch THIS!"

  20. George Avatar

    I'm soooo glad I got rid of my 2000 Voyager…..what a peice of crap.