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If you check Carmax.com as a reference and got to this link http://www.carmax.com/SearchResults.asp, you will find many of the 2002 T&C Limiteds only have a $31-$32,000 price including the rebate.
Once again, if you're doing the financing, you have a good deal, but if not, you could probably do a little better. Hope this helps.
I'm going with #4. Playing single CDs suffices for 90% of my CD needs, so it's not worth the installation of another box somewhere in the vehicle for getting CD changer capability.
Some sidelights: The RBB radio, as is, does have the capability of accepting a Chrysler CD changer as an add-on. The T&C Owner's Guide is wrong in its description of the RBB radio; the picture is correct, but the text is from a cuneiform tablet recently unearthed in Egypt. The radiosandmore site tells me by phone that their RBK radios go out as soon as they come in, since many people are swapping. I wondered if I was alone in misinterpreting the T&C brochure that speaks of "CD changer controls" as meaning that it could play CDs. Grrrrrrrr.
-Larry Naples, NY
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