2007 Chrysler Town and Country Touring 4dr Ext Minivan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
As much as I tried to like this minivan, I just can't and here's why. Buzzy engine when downshifting to pass other cars at freeway speeds. Scared my wife more than once when downshifting. Steering wheel controls at the back of the steering wheel? Not very intuitive. Very soft suspension. Not inspiring a lot of confidence while driving around the mountains of Denver, CO. Not even full leather seating surfaces or if it is, I can't tell. The main seat was leather but the side edges on the seat top felt suspiciously like vinyl. Yes, having legacy worker benefits to support does take away from the competitiveness of this minivan compared to others.
Stow n Go hide away seating. Radio Data System in a factory stereo (Station names and song names when broadcasted by supporting radio stations.
Firmer suspension. Better, more powerful engine. Power liftgate button by the liftgate. Power sliding door button on the door itself (instead of on the door pillar). Ability to control the rear fan control speed settings up front instead of just turning the control on or off.
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