Luxurious, spacious, inviting and packed with features and amenities with plenty of optional upgrades are highlights of the versatile and fuel-efficient Town and Country minivan by Chrysler.
An ideal family hauler, the 2014 Chrysler Town and Country is a mini-van that offers seating for seven and a DVD system, making it a prime family hauler.
Largely unchanged for 2013, the Chrysler Town and Country is a mini-van with seating for seven.
The 2012 Chrysler Town and Country is a mini-van with seating for seven, heated seats, and rear seat entertainment system.
Providing seating for 7 passengers as well as 40 standard safety features, the mildly-refreshed 2011 Chrysler Town and Country minivan offers comfort and versatility through three trim levels.
The top of the minivan world leads to the 2010 Chrysler Town & Country which provides innovative and upscale features as well as seating for up to seven passengers.
A popular choice for families, the 2009 Chrysler Town & Country minivan is highlighted by innovative features, such as Swivel 'n Go seating, and great safety ratings.
A well-equipped minivan, the 2008 Chrysler Town and Country has been redesigned on the outside, and offers an all-new six-speed automatic transmission as well as a 4.0L V6 making 251 hp.
The 2007 Chrysler Town and Country SWB is a seven-passenger minivan similar to the Dodge Grand Caravan but with more up market standard equipment.
A seven-passenger minivan with a long wheelbase for increased interior volume, the 2007 Chrysler Town and Country LWB is loaded with top-notch standard equipment.
Riding on a wheelbase six inches shorter, the 2006 Chrysler Town and Country SWB still offers seating for seven passengers, but sacrifices a bit of cargo space.
The 2006 Chrysler Town and Country LWB is a seven-passenger minivan that is capable of 26 mpg on the highway.
Available with an extended or standard wheelbase, the 2005 Chrysler Town and Country is a premium minivan that seats seven passengers and comes well equipped.
The benchmark for the minivan category, the seven-passenger 2004 Chrysler Town and Country is very well-equipped and is available with FWD or AWD.
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A nameplate appearing on Chrysler products since 1941, Town and Country was introduced in 1990 as a premium level minivan. Three years since a complete redesign, the 1998 Chrysler Town and Country appeared with a remodeled front end featuring new headlights as well as a grille accented by a winged Chrysler badge. Dual rear passenger area sliding doors were standard on the Town and Country. The 1998 minivan was offered on a 119.3-inch wheelbase with the LX and LXi or as the 113.3-inch wheelbase SX model that was introduced the previous year.
With occupancy for up to even passengers, base models of the 1998 Chrysler Town and Countrys interior included standard AM/FM, multi-zone air conditioning and keyless entry. Six-cylinder engines consisting of 3.3-liter and 3.8-liter displacement sizes were offered on the Town & Country through to the 2010 model year. Standard as a front-wheel drive layout, an all-wheel drive version of the Chrysler Town and Country was available from 1997 to 2004. Dropping the short wheelbase model in 2000, the Limited model and a rear seat entertainment system featuring a VCR and viewing screen was added to the Town and Country granting an extra level of passenger comfort.
A new generation Chrysler Town and Country in 2001 contributing an EX trim level. For 2005, a notable enhancement offered on the Chrysler minivan was the Stow n Go second and third row seating system. A redesigned 2008 model Town and Country broadened the minivan though a more sophisticated exterior and improved power.
On the 2008 Chrysler Town and Country, a 4.0-liter V-6 engine generating 251 horsepower is standard on the Limited trim version. A six-speed automatic transmission was also introduced in 2008 for the 3.6-liter and 4.0-liter V-6 powerplants. In 2011, all engines of the minivan were dropped in favor of a 283-horsepower Pentastar V-6 powerplant. LED taillights, SafetyTec and a ParkView rear backup camera was included standard on the 2011 Town and Country.