Posted on 4/23/01Redesigned for 2001 after five seasons in their previous-generation form, Chrysler's posh group of minivans exhibit fresh styling and possess more power beneath their hoods. Costlier than its mates, the Town & Country is related to the Dodge Caravan and Grand Caravan and to... Read Full Report
The Chrysler Town and Country Limited AWD (all-wheel drive) may be the single most versatile vehicle I have driven in a year. It has the comfort and convenience features of a luxury sedan, the hauling capacity of a minivan and the all-weather mobility of an SUV. This is high praise, I know, but it does a lot of things right with little compromise. Although the $38,000 sticker is price... Read full review for the 2001 Chrysler Town Country
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The car is spacious, has all the features that a family should look for. Lots of interior room. Removable seats help to carry cargo. Never have to rent a small U-haul when the car can do the job. Runs... Read Full Review
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