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By Cars.com Staff
September 10, 2012
The Chrysler Town & Country is related to the Dodge Grand Caravan, but it's the more luxury-oriented of the two minivans. The Town & Country was significantly revised for 2011 with new exterior styling, a substantially revised interior and a new V-6 engine. The seven-seat minivan competes with the Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey. New for 2013 The standard rear-seat DVD entertainment system gets a higher-resolution screen and available technology features include an HDMI input and two rear USB ports for charging mobile devices. There's also an available Blu-ray dual-screen entertainment system. Trailer-sway control is now standard, and power-folding side mirrors are optional. Exterior Chrysler didn't go overboard for 2011 trying to make the Town & Country look like something other than a minivan, but there were a number of subtle differences that set it apart from its predecessor. The minivan still wears a grille that incorporates a new take on Chrysler's wing badge, and the tracks for the sliding side doors are stealthily integrated. Exterior features include:
Standard 17-inch aluminum wheels
Standard power-sliding side doors
Standard power liftgate
Roof rack crossbars can be stored inline with rails
Interior The Town & Country has room for up to seven people in three rows. The dashboard uses low-gloss, nicely grained materials that make the cabin seem more luxurious.
Having succeeded in part on the strength of its Stow 'n Go second-row seats — which fold into bins in the floor — Chrysler improved the feature by giving the seats one-touch operation and making them larger for better comfort. Stow 'n Go second-row seats are standard; traditional second-row bucket seats are optional.
The Town & Country can have an optional power-folding 60/40-split third row with one-touch operation. There are also optional seat heaters for the front- and second-row seats. The cabin has numerous storage nooks, pockets and bins, including dual glove compartments. A standard sliding console includes a power outlet and can be configured for second-row use. The Town & Country is available with Uconnect Web, which gives passengers Wi-Fi internet access. Interior features include:
Standard leather upholstery
Standard automatic air conditioning with rear controls
Standard rear-seat DVD entertainment system with a 9-inch overhead screen
Optional navigation system
Optional second- and third-row retractable window shades
Optional heated steering wheel
Under the Hood The Town & Country is powered by a 3.6-liter V-6 engine that drives the front wheels through a six-speed automatic transmission. The automatic transmission's gear selector, which looks like a center-console shifter, is positioned high on the dashboard to the right of the gauges. Mechanical features include:
283-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6 with 260 pounds-feet of torque
Regular gas is acceptable
Econ mode improves gas mileage by altering shift points and maintaining torque-converter lockup longer
Optional load-leveling suspension
Safety Safety features include:
Standard side-impact airbags for the front seats
Standard side curtain airbags for all three rows of seats
Standard antilock brakes
Standard electronic stability system and traction control
Standard active front head restraints
Standard backup camera
Standard power-adjustable pedals
Optional rear parking sensors
Optional blind spot warning system with rear cross path detection
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