2011 Chrysler Town & Country
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A new engine now powers the Town & Country, and the interior has been reorganized for more comfort while still maximizing volume. In past years the vehicle had a rather distinct swept-back line, but this has been partly eliminated to insure good maneuverability inside the cabin. The front of the car has a new look that is dressier in appearance, and the rear of the van has been rounded off and includes a new taillight configuration. Inside the cockpit the control panel has a new set of gauges that are larger and easier to read. The instruments are encased in a brushed metal dash, and the steering wheel is equipped with a new audio control array. The cabin materials have been upgraded with a softer look and feel; the sharp edges and rough interior trim has been removed to make the car safer for passengers. The Swivel ’n Go seating feature has been removed from the model entirely.
The 2011 Chrysler Town & Country retains its three trim levels of past years, but two of them have been remained: the base trim is now called the Touring, the midlevel trim is now known as the Touring L, and the luxury model is still marketed as the Limited. Base MSRP ranges from about $31,000 to $39,500, depending on the trim. The van has an EPA fuel rating of 17mpg city and 25mpg highway. Town & Country remains covered by a 60 month, 100,000 mile powertrain warranty.
With all the changes made in its lineup, Chrysler has nonetheless maintained the level of luxury and style customers have become accustomed to in recent years. The 2011 Chrysler Town & Country stands up very well against the competition in the passenger van segment, and offers a number of technologically advanced features that make it a complete package as a family-friendly vehicle.