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2015 Chrysler Town & Country Pricing

Chrysler Town & Country Model Summary

The Town & Country has some good points but still falls short of the best minivans. Highlights include a comfortable, settled ride and a quiet, well-equipped, and versatile cabin. The second- and third-row seats conveniently fold into the floor to maximize cargo space, but those folding seats are thinly upholstered and not very supportive. Though the 283-hp V6 is polished and powerful enough, the slow-shifting transmission is a generation behind and fuel economy is just 17-mpg overall. Everyday handling is sound but becomes sloppy when the van is pushed to its limits. Reliability has been below average, and the van scored a Poor in the IIHS small-overlap crash test. A redesign is due in 2016.

Price Range

$29,995 - $39,995 MSRP Price range
$29,440 - $38,040 Invoice price range

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Chrysler Town & Country Prices

Trim Lines MSRP Price Invoice Price
Town & Country $29,995 - $39,995 $29,440 - $38,040
4dr Wgn LX $29,995 $29,440
4dr Wgn Touring $31,165 $29,917
4dr Wgn S $33,395 $31,968
4dr Wgn Touring-L $35,015 $33,459
4dr Wgn Limited $37,645 $35,878
4dr Wgn Limited Platinum $39,995 $38,040

Chrysler Town & Country Specs

Body styles minivan extended
Drive wheels Front
Seating 2 front, 2 rear, 3 third
Engines available 3.6-liter V6 (283 hp)
Transmissions available 6-speed automatic
Warranty Basic: 3/36, Powertrain: 5 year/ 100,000 mile

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