Luxuriously spun into a new decade, the 2010 Chrysler Town and Country is packed with upscale features and innovative amenities. It has earned 5-Star safety ratings for driver's and passenger's side frontal crash tests from the NHTSA and retails for modest price points ranging from $25,175 to $35,875. This van is crafted with high-grade materials and features interior amenities including:
The Chrysler Town and Country 2010 is practical, affordable and dependable. Highly creative Stow'n Go seating design standards allow the second and third rows to be folded flat, recessing into the floor. There's no need to fumble with release buttons, stretch your back, pick up heavy seats and store them somewhere so that you can use the interior spaciousness available. Just folded them down: Stow'n Go! You can also count on YES Essentials trim for seating that makes it impossible for almost anything to stain them. The Town and Country has been designed and manufactured with your family's safety, comfort and convenience in mind. That's nice.
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In the power department, the Town and Country 2010 Chrysler features a stock 3.3L 175-horsepower V6 engine linked up with a automatic 4-speed gearbox. If you upgrade to the Touring trim, you'll enjoy the beefier power of a 3.8L 197-horsepower V6. And you can go absolutely powercrazy with the Limited's 251-horse 4.0L V6. In any case, you'll experience more than ample strength for handling just about any terrain scenario that you may encounter.
Exterior dimensions of the 2010 Chrysler Town and Country are reported at 202.5 inches in length, 78.7 inches in width and 68.9 inches in height. It features a 121.2-inch wheelbase and travels 6.1 inches off the ground. Curb weight is 4336 pounds. Explore the new Town and Country for 2010 further today and understand why it continues to be one of America's most popular family transporters.