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MSRP: $30,765 - $41,995
Invoice: $29,534 - $39,865
MPG: 17 City / 25 Hwy
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Chrysler Town & Country Interior

Reviewers say the interior of the 2014 Chrysler Town & Country has an upscale feel, though some say that the materials are low-quality in some places. They like that the Town & Country’s rear rows fold flat into the floor, which they say allows for great cargo and seating flexibility. Automotive journalists also add that the Town & Country has a great list of standard features.

  • "The Town & Country's leather-lined cabin is nicely equipped no matter which model you choose. Although materials quality remains somewhat hit or miss, the vibe is undeniably a luxurious one -- a step up from the workaday ambience in other minivans." -- Edmunds
  • "Most interior materials have a premium look and feel. Padded door armrests and nicely grained plastics add style and substance." -- Consumer Guide (2013)

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Seating

The Chrysler Town & Country seats seven in three rows. It has two captain’s chairs in the first row, two captain’s chairs in the second row and a three-across bench seat in the third row. Standard features include leather upholstery and an eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat. Optional features include Nappa leather with suede accents, an eight-way power-adjustable passenger’s seat, driver’s seat memory, power-adjustable pedals, heated front- and second-row seats, a heated steering wheel and a power-folding third-row seat. Some test drivers think that the driver’s seat in the Town & Country lacks legroom, and is uncomfortable on long trips. The second-row seats are large and offer good support, according to other reviewers, though some also say that they are mounted a bit low. As with most minivans, some reviewers think that three adults will struggle to fit in the Town & Country’s third row, though one test driver says that two people will fit comfortably.

  • "Edmunds.com editors of different heights have observed that the 2014 Chrysler Town & Country's pedals are mounted unusually close to the driver seat, and this, along with limited seat-track travel, restricts legroom and can make this minivan uncomfortable on longer trips." -- Edmunds
  • "The 2nd-row seats are roomy and supportive. They are mounted a bit low, so adults ride in a slight knees-up position. The 3rd-row bench can accommodate 2 passengers comfortably, but three adults will feel cramped." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
  • "Of all the high-end features in the Town & Country--automatic high-beams, remote start, even a heated steering wheel--we found most overrated the $320 luxury second-row seats, which are robust captain’s chairs with a pair of armrests. They’re perfectly comfortable but lack the slick fold-flat feature of the standard Stow ‘n Go second row.” -- Car and Driver (2011)

Interior Features

The 2014 Chrysler Town & Country comes standard with a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, a rearview camera, tri-zone automatic climate control, power-sliding rear doors, a 6.5-inch touch-screen display, an auxiliary jack, a USB port, satellite radio, Bluetooth with streaming audio and a six-speaker audio system. Optional features include a blind spot monitoring system, rear parking sensors, navigation, a sunroof, keyless entry with push-button start, a dual-screen rear-seat Blu-ray entertainment system and a nine-speaker sound system.

Reviewers write that the Chrysler Town & Country comes with an impressive array of standard features, and that items like the rear-seat DVD entertainment system are fantastic for long road trips. Other automotive journalists note that the Town & Country has large, easy-to-read gauges, and that the standard infotainment system is easy to use.

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  • "Even the base Town & County Touring comes standard with a remarkable range of features, including a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, while higher-end models have enough goodies to rival those of luxury sedans." -- Edmunds
  • "The large gauges are easy to read. Most of the central control panel buttons are easy to reach. The standard Uconnect audio system blends traditional buttons and touchscreen controls to good overall effect." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
  • "There are power outlets in the back to keep the juice flowing for a gaming device connected to the dual DVD entertainment system, which can include Sirius Backseat TV. Rear-seat entertainment systems (with headphones) are truly gifts from the heavens for any long-haul road trip." -- Detroit Free Press (2011) 

Cargo

The Chrysler Town & Country has 33 cubic feet of cargo space behind the third row, 83.3 cubic feet behind the second row and 143.8 cubic feet behind the first. The second and third rows feature Chrysler’s Stow ‘n Go technology, folding flat into the floor, and reviewers say this is a very helpful feature. In competing minivans like the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna, you have to remove the second-row seats from the vehicle to get a flat load floor. Both rear rows fold manually, but a power-folding third row is optional. One automotive journalist appreciates the variety of individual storage areas throughout the cabin, including the under-floor bins in front of the Stow ‘n Go seats.

  • "The versatile cabin continues to be highlighted by Chrysler's clever Stow 'n Go feature." -- Left Lane News
  • "One of the Town & Country's strongest selling points is the Stow 'n Go functionality of the second-row seats, allowing them to fold flat into the floor at the simple tug of a lever. The 60/40-split third-row seat also folds flat (power-folding capability is optional), and it can also be flipped backward to create handy chairs for tailgate parties. With all seats folded flat, the cargo area measures 143.8 cubic feet, a competitive figure for a minivan. With the seats in place, there are still a healthy 33 cubes behind the third row." -- Edmunds
  • "In addition to the plethora of storage bins and cubbies scattered over the interior, the center console has many storage compartments of different sizes. The underfloor bins for the Stow 'n Go seats can be used as storage when the seats are deployed. The process of folding the 2nd- and 3rd-row seats into the floor can seem complicated, but the convenience of Stow 'n Go more than makes up for it." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
Review Last Updated: 5/16/14

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