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2011 Chrysler Town & Country Summary


The 2011 changes make the Chrysler Town & Country much better. It's quieter, more powerful, more controlled, nicer inside and likely more fuel efficient. Yet the Town & Country is still one of the most family friendly minivans on the market. Other plusses are the many unique and handy seating and storage features, and an impressive array of entertainment options. Pricing is high as the Town & Country starts over $30,000 and ranges up past $40,000, so buyers looking for a more affordable alternative should consider the Dodge Grand Caravan or lesser equipped versions of other competitors. The Town & Country is the nicest and most luxurious, however.

NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent Kirk Bell filed this report from Chicago.

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