The majorly revised 2011 Chrysler Town And Country features an all-new engine, enhanced suspension system, innovative styling and an upgraded interior. This mid-cycle revamp was quite extensive and has created several new reasons for potential buyers to be attracted to this safe, dependable minivan. Instead of offering 3 separate V6 engines, the Town And Country now offers only one: a 3.6L V6 with enhanced horsepower over last year's model. It's notable that the added power does not change last year's EPA-estimated fuel efficiency rating of 17/25 urban/rural.
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With its newly enhanced suspension system, the Town And Country from Chrysler 2011 sits a bit lower than it did before. This new system is stiffer and makes controlling the ride more consistent. Ride quality is smooth now, and the floating feeling from the previous model has been eliminated. On the inside, the dashboard remains mostly constructed of plastic materials, but no more so than its competition. When compared to the Toyota Sienna and the Honda Odyssey, the Town And Country comes off as more elegant and shows off better looking gauges and softer feeling materials.
And of course, the 2011 Chrysler Town And Country is proud to show off its newly improved Stow 'n Go rear-seat cargo storage system. With one push of a button, the rear seats very simply fold completely under the floor line. It's magical! And when they are raised to accommodate passengers, the space where they would be stored under the floor is still available for cargo storage; very convenient. You can also count on family entertainment amenities including dual DVD players, premium audio with iPod connectivity, rear-seat television and more. Enjoy exploring the long list of standard and optional amenities available with the new Chrysler Town And Country!