Chrysler’s Town & Country moniker has been affixed to everything from an elegant 1940s convertible with real wood side panels to a massive 1970s station wagon with fake wood body trim. Starting in the 1990s, it has adorned a luxury minivan — initially with fake wood paneling, then thankfully without. The 2012 Chrysler Town & Country just might be the most deserving edition of its historic nameplate, as it is equally adept at shuttling business folks around the city as it is taking the family on a cross-country vacation.
At its debut back in 1984, the Dodge Caravan introduced American families to a new, extremely space-efficient vehicle: the minivan. The larger, "Grand" version debuted a few years later. It was a huge hit that remained a strong seller through the years, despite rivals that sprouted like so many dandelions on a suburban lawn. The 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan isn’t the dominator it was so many years ago, but it’s also much improved compared to past DGC iterations.
The 2011 Chrysler Town and Country (T&C) is not the same minivan it was in 2010. With a restyled exterior, a greatly improved cabin, an all-new 3.6L V6 engine and a re-tuned suspension this minivan spells luxury. Though minivans have long been among the most utilitarian vehicles out there, the creators at Chrysler decided there’s room at the top of this segment for decidedly more upscale version that combined luxury car amentities with the minivan’s many practical benefits.
The Chrysler Town & Country has long appealed to families, large and small, as well those with empty-nests who seek a practical vehicle with a touch of luxury inside and out. To achieve that goal, Chrysler started with a subtle exterior makeover. The biggest change to the substantially revised Town & Country was the inside. The outgoing model’s low-budget passenger cabin has been replace with an elegant new design and upgraded materials that both look and feel noticeably richer.
Less apparent, though no less important, are the mechanical changes lurking beneath the updated sheet metal. The combination of an all-new 283-horsepower, 3.6-liter V6 engine and a nicely re-calibrated suspension make driving the new 2011 Chrysler Town & Country a much more enjoyable experience.
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