2004 Chrysler Town & Country

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$22,855

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2004 Chrysler Town & Country

Key specs

Base trim shown

Overview

The good:

  • Interior space
  • 3.8-liter V-6 performance
  • Handling and stability
  • Ride comfort
  • Seat comfort

The bad:

  • Final year in this form
  • No fold-flat seats

5 trims

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Notable features

  • Short or long wheelbase
  • Two V-6 engines
  • New upscale Platinum package
  • Available power rear liftgate
  • Available AWD

2004 Chrysler Town & Country review: Our expert's take

Vehicle Overview
The current versions of Chrysler’s minivans continue into 2004, but redesigned models are due out in 2005. An optional power sunroof, a factory-installed DVD-based entertainment system and power-adjustable pedals went into last year’s minivans. Structurally, the upscale Town & Country is closely related to the Dodge Caravan and Grand Caravan.

For 2004, a new short-wheelbase Base model of the Town & Country replaces the Voyager nameplate, while eL and LXi editions are gone. The extended-wheelbase lineup now includes the front-wheel-drive LX, eX, Touring and Limited, along with two all-wheel-drive models: Touring and Limited. Available on select Touring models, Chrysler’s new limited-edition Platinum package has 16-inch chrome-clad platinum-finish wheels, two-tone leather seating, backseat video entertainment and body-colored cladding. Video entertainment systems now include a six-CD/DVD changer.

Exterior
Unlike previous years, the Town & Country now comes in two sizes. Extended-length minivans ride a 119.3-inch wheelbase and measure 200.6 inches long overall. The new short Base model has a 113.3-inch wheelbase and is 189.1 inches long overall.

All models except the Base and LX have two power sliding doors. Dual power sliding doors are available for the LX, while the Base model has manual doors with a power passenger-side door as an option.

A powered rear liftgate is standard on all models except the Base and LX. Higher-end models have 16-inch tires, while the Base and LX minivans roll on 15-inch rubber.

Interior
All Town & Country models seat seven occupants. Second-row buckets and a split rear bench seat are standard for all but the Base and LX trim levels, which get a regular folding bench. Integrated child-safety seats are optional. Limited models have leather upholstery rather than cloth.

Chrysler’s third-row seat does not fold into the floor like those in the Honda Odyssey and Mazda MPV, but the 2005 models will have folding second- and third-row seats. With the seats removed, cargo capacity is 167.9 cubic feet.

DVD entertainment is optional in all long-wheelbase models. A removable center console is standard in all versions but the Base and LX. Adjustable pedals are standard in Limited minivans and optional in other models.

Under the Hood
A 3.3-liter V-6 engine rated at 180 horsepower is standard in Base and LX models. All others hold a 215-hp, 3.8-liter V-6. Both engines work with a four-speed-automatic transmission.

Safety
Antilock brakes, seat belt pretensioners for the front seats and child-safety seat anchors are standard. Dual-stage inflation is used for the front airbags. Side-impact airbags are optional.

Driving Impressions
Though the Town & Country is comparatively expensive, it delivers a lot for the money. Its virtues begin with a lovely ride and abundant power from the 3.8-liter V-6 engine, which promises safe passing and merging. Acceleration with the smaller engine is lively enough from a standstill but not as brisk when passing or merging. Chrysler’s four-speed-automatic transmission works with barely noticeable shifts.

Top-notch handling and stability surpass that of many minivans. Steering is easy and pleasant, which yields a good feel.

Attractive gauges augment the sense of elegance. All of the seats are comfortable and agreeably cushioned. The mirrors aren’t the biggest, but the view is good in all directions.

Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.6
  • Interior design 4.2
  • Performance 4.2
  • Value for the money 4.1
  • Exterior styling 4.1
  • Reliability 4.1

Most recent consumer reviews

4.7

Workhorse

Are use this car every day and it has been really great I have a dry cleaners service and do a lot of commuting throughout the city. Good gas mileage never left me on the side the road except for maybe a few little problems that Saturday is an excellent vehicle to have as a second vehicle to purchase

4.7

Love my SaVANnah 😂💖

This is my current vehicle and I love it. Handling is perfect, handles very well and has ample power. I have the 3.3 l v6 and it has kick especially on initial takeoff. It starts right up and seems very strong. Love my T&C. 💖👍 currently 141k sure it'll make it past 225k if it's taken care of

4.3

Not what you expect.

Yes, it is a Mini-van BUT it's the fastest Mini-Van you'll ever buy. It doesn't look like much but it still wears the badge of Chrysler and that means a very good motor. From being able to go 300k+ miles to pushing the pedal down just to get there a little quicker this van is the best on the market (along with the Grand Caravan) it comes with loads of features for the amount your spending and is deffenatly the best Mini-Van in my opinion.

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Warranty

New car and Certified Pre-Owned programs by Chrysler
Certified Pre-Owned program benefits
Maximum age/mileage
5 model years or newer/less than 75,000 miles
Basic warranty terms
3 months/3,000 miles
Powertrain
7 years/100,000 miles
Dealer certification required
125-point inspection
Roadside assistance
Yes
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