2001 Chrysler Town & Country Road Test - Consumer Reports
Redesigned for 2001, the Town & Country is an upscale cousin of the Dodge Grand Caravan. Its also one of the few minivans that offer all-wheel drive. The quiet, spacious interior provides flexible seating and storage. The third-row seat is a 50/50 split bench which is easier to remove than the old one piece bench. The ride is compliant and handling is secure, but the powertrain lacks polish.
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Chrysler Town & Country Road Test

Redesigned for 2001, the Town & Country is an upscale cousin of the Dodge Grand Caravan. Its also one of the few minivans that offer all-wheel drive. The quiet, spacious interior provides flexible seating and storage. The third-row seat is a 50/50 split bench which is easier to remove than the old one piece bench. The ride is compliant and handling is secure, but the powertrain lacks polish. Dual power doors are standard, and a power-opening tailgate is optional. An optional center console that can be mounted between either the front or middle seats is clumsy to use.The base 3.3-liter, 180-hp pushrod V6 provides lackluster acceleration and unimpressive fuel economy.

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