2012 Chrysler Town & Country: Video Road Test and Review

The Chrysler Town & Country is a four door seven passenger minivan that combines the practicality of a plus sized people mover with an upscale American luxury machine.  Powered by a 3.6 Liter Pentastar V6 that produces 283 HP and 260 lb-ft of torque channeled through a 6 speed automatic and gets an estimated 17 MPG in the city and as much as 25 MPG on the highway.

The base Town & Country Touring comes with Chrysler’s convenient Stow ‘n Go fold away rear seating that disappears flat into the floor, power adjustable pedals to suit drivers of all sizes as well as a 6.5 inch touch screen multifunction display that controls the six speaker CD/DVD/MP3/HDD Media Center with Sirius XM Satellite radio starting at $29,995.

The well equipped Town & Country Touring-L is upgraded with remote start, a single screen DVD entertainment system, second and third row window shades as well as power adjustable leather trimmed buckets with the ability to alter the amount of lumbar support for the driver while riding around on a set of 17 inch aluminum wheels for $32,495.

The top of the line $38,995 Town & Country Limited gets luxury leather trimmed buckets as well as heated second row seating, a wood and leather wrapped steering wheel, keyless entry, HID headlamps, Bluetooth Uconnect Voice Command, dual screen DVD entertainment system, third row drop down nine inch monitor as well as a nine speaker Infinity sound system with subwoofer and amplifier to go with the 17 inch premium polished rims.

A list of cars similar to the Grand Caravan includes the 2012 Honda Odyssey, 2012 Toyota Sienna and 2012 Nissan Quest.

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