Overall Grade after 8 Categories: C+
If there’s a Mount Rushmore of minivans (which would be one of the worst monuments ever), then the Chrysler Town & Country would be on it. For 30 years, Chrysler has offered this minivan to happy families. And while the hey day of the minivan is long gone, the Town & Country is still a major competitor in the minivan segment. The Town & Country is celebrating more than 30 years as a family hauler with a special Anniversary Edition.
For 2016, this special edition is the only thing new for this minivan. Even though this isn’t a milestone year for the Chrysler Town & Country, they’re still celebrating with the Anniversary Edition which includes a power sunroof, heated first and second row seats, a heated steering wheel and special edition badging.
What We Loved about the Chrysler Town & Country
- Family-friendly rear seating configuration
- Abundant options, technology and family-friendly interior
- Special edition trim brings even more to the table
What We Didn’t Love about the Chrysler Town & Country
- Rough ride
- Transmission has shifting issues
- Intrusive road noise
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