The 2011 Chrysler Town and Country, that we are reviewing today is the highest-ranking member of Chrysler’s front-wheel-drive minivan family and has appealed to the families and the empty nesters for quite a long period of time. As a matter of fact, anyone looking for a practical vehicle having a touch of luxury internally as well as externally will appreciate the Town and Country. If you are looking for one as well, then now is your chance to make that happen.
The all-new 2011 Chrysler Town and Country are available in three different trims namely, LX, the premium Limited and Touring. All the three trims are nicely equipped, and it can be estimated from the fact that the base model comes with Stow ‘n Go system as its standard equipment, still, many of the customers will want to step up to the midlevel Touring trim to prevail the additional amenities like power liftgate of the trim. The Limited trim, on the other hand, comes with added luxuries such as heated 2nd-row seating and an 8-way power front passenger seat.
The power for the LX trim of 2011 Chrysler Town and Country comes from a 3.3 ltr V6 engine which generates a maximum power of 175 hp and is mated with a 4-speed automatic transmission. The midlevel Touring trim gets its power from a 3.8 ltr V6 engine, generating maximum power of 197 hp, and is mated 6-speed automatic transmission.
The range-topping Limited trim of the 2011 Chrysler Town and Country gets its power from a 4.0 ltr V6 engine, which churns out a maximum power of 251 hp and is paired with a 6-speed transmission and at the same time delivers respectable quickness as well.
The safety equipment on all the 2011 Chrysler Town and Country is pretty munificent and includes antilock brakes having brake assist, 3 rows of head curtain airbags and stability control.
Despite all this, the 2011 Chrysler Town and Country had quite a number of shortcomings that prevented the car from earning our recommendation. But if you want a vehicle for your family, then the 2011 Chrysler Town and Country surely is a decent choice.