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Chrysler Town & Country

Who says a minivan can’t also be a luxury vehicle? For 30 years the Chrysler Town & Country has been a popular choice among minivan drivers (moms and dads and even musicians) seeking a step up from basic transportation. As one of the first minivans ever made, and a perennial best selling one to boot, the Town & Country is widely available as a used vehicle, from standard trim to fully loaded with luxury features. CARFAX helps you expedite your research process by providing helpful information about Chrysler Town & Countrys for sale including unique insights into each vehicle's history.

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Used Chrysler Town & Country: In Depth

Model Overview

With three decades of innovation behind it, the Town & Country has never shied away from advancement. It boasts a long history of firsts: it was the first minivan to offer fully integrated child seats in 1992, the first minivan to offer 16-inch wheels and tires for enhanced performance in 1996, the first minivan to offer a power-up and -down liftgate in 2001, the first minivan to offer a dual DVD system in 2007, and the first minivan to offer an integrated Blu-ray DVD disc player, in 2013. Critics and drivers alike mark high praise for the Town & Country’s array of both standard and optional features.

The exterior of the Town & Country combines both modern and classic design from its striking front fascia to its easy to lift liftgate—this minivan says refinement as much as utility. More recent models (2011-present) include dramatically upgraded interiors as well as a fair amount of power under the hood. Stow ‘n Go Seating and Storage offers fold-and-store second- and third-row seats that convewhen both back rows of seats are folded down. Combine that storage space with the ability to stow supplies in covered, in-floor storage bins and you’ll be prepared for whatever life throws at you that requires transportation, including towing a camper. 

The Town & Country has an MSRP starting at $30,765, with an estimated highway MPG of 25. It currently comes in 5 models: the Touring, S, Touring L, 30th Anniversary, and Limited, each a step up in luxury.

Chrysler Town & Country Safety Ratings

Named the a Top Safety Pick in 2013 by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, The Town & Country’ has over 55 standard and available security features including side-curtain airbags. To protect your tiniest passengers, the Town & Country features child seat anchors. A safety technology package includes Blind Spot Monitoring, Rear Cross Path Detection, and Park Sense Front and Rear Park Assist. 

Noteworthy About the Chrysler Town & Country

The Town & Country received an award for the Highest Ranked Minivan in Initial Quality by J.D. Power and Associates, the 2012 Best Buy Award by Consumer’s Digest, and the 2013 Reader’s Choice Best Family Vehicle by The Detroit News.

Vehicle Overview

Number of Owners

Carfax Facts

On average, 44.4 percent of used Chrysler Town & Country cars have only had one previous owner. 34.1 percent have only had two previous owners. This means more than 3 out of 4 Town & Country's on the market have only had 1-2 previous owners.

Average Odometer Reading

Carfax Chart

If you are looking for a Chrysler Town & Country with no more than 50,000 miles, start your search with the 2010 model year.

2014 Town & Country Specifications

  • From $30,765
  • 3.6-liter V6

  • 17 city / 25 highway mpg

  • Front wheel drive
  • 6-speed automatic

  • 283 hp

  • 121.2 inches

We found a real nice, low mileage, Town and Country, at a price that was in our favor. I decided to run, The Car Fox, CARFAX....I was sad to say, alerts came up on the report. Do the CARFAX, through the fox.

—Patty Vineyard