The Chrysler Town and Country has long appealed to families and empty nesters seeking a practical vehicle with a dash of luxury inside and out. Early T&Cs satisfied this desire with wood-grain decals, leather seats and a standard V6 engine, while the final model offered amenities such as a navigation system, tri-zone climate control and a power-operated liftgate. Since its introduction for 1990, the Chrysler Town and Country shared all of its mechanicals with its less upscale Dodge siblings, the Caravan and Grand Caravan.
Over its life, the Town and Country offered some ground-breaking amenities. The T&C offered Stow 'n Go, a seating system that provides fold-flat capability for both the second- and third-row seats, as well as in-floor storage compartments when the seats are occupied. It was also the first minivan to offer driver-side sliding doors. But in other aspects, the T&C's features list was often been a step behind the competition. It was among the last minivans to offer essential features such as stability control and a rearview camera. Reliability concerns were also perpetual, and 2016 was the final year for the Town and Country. It was replaced with the Chrysler Pacifica — generally praised as a major improvement over the aging T&C — for the 2017 model year.
Read the most recent 2016 Chrysler Town and Country review.
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For more on past Chrysler Town and Country models, view our Chrysler Town and Country history page.