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2010 Chrysler Town & Country

2010 Chrysler Town & Country Review

(3 Stars)  Competent in a shrinking segment

Reviewed by Automobile Magazine on

Overview
The giant minivan boom has come and went. However, there are still many extremely popular minivan models around today. The Chrysler Town and Country is the top of the line minivan model from Chrysler. This van has been in production for many years and offers many luxury features that are not found on any others in its class. This name was used on Plymouth minivans, but since this brand name no longer exists you will see the Town and County name on Chrysler brand vehicles only.

The Chrysler Town and Country is still the most popular model in its class and continues to be an industry leading innovator. Competing mostly against Toyota and Honda, the minivan market has shrunk, but there is still some very stiff competition on this arena. The newest model of Town and Country vans come with the stow "n" go seats that collapse into the floorboards to make more room for large cargo and offer a small hidden storage space while the seats are in the upright position. DVD Players, Automatic Sliding doors and many other great options are available in different packages when you purchase one of these high end minivans. Most drivers are very surprised to find out how peppy the V-6 that comes stock in the Town and County van are too.

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