Chrysler Town & Country Interior
The 2015 Chrysler Town & Country has an elegant interior design with mostly upscale materials and plenty of standard features for the class, reviewers write. The fold-flat Stow ‘n Go seats make it easy to expand the Town & Country’s cargo area, critics say, though some think they provide an awkward seating position.
- "Particularly when loaded with options, the T&C undercuts comparably equipped Japanese-brand competitors by thousands of dollars without feeling the least bit cheap inside. In fact, the dressy interior delivers quite a sense of occasion." -- AutoTrader
- "Outside, a streamlined front fascia with elegant chrome trim imparts a touch of class, while the changes Chrysler applied to the interior - including a simpler dashboard design and strategically placed soft-touch materials - create an upscale feel." -- Left Lane News
- "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 (2014)
- "Most interior materials have a premium look and feel. Padded door armrests and nicely grained plastics add style and substance." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
The 2015 Chrysler Town & Country seats seven people in three rows and comes standard with leather upholstery. Available seating and comfort features include eight-way power-adjustable front seats, power-adjustable pedals, a heated steering wheel, heated front- and second-row seats and power-folding third-row seats. Most reviewers think the front seats are comfortable and that second-row seat comfort is decent. However, some note that the second-row seats are low and that the seatbacks in the second and third row are tilted far back, which they say makes for an awkward seating position. Test drivers say the third row is spacious enough for two adults, but cramped for three.
- "Seat comfort is generally adequate in the Town & Country, although deeply reclined seatback cushions in the second and especially third rows can make for an odd seating posture." -- Edmunds (2014)
- "The standard power front seats are supportive yet supple, and top-line trims have power-adjustable pedals that enable drivers of various heights to find a better fit." -- Kelley Blue Book (2014)
- "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)
Standard features in the 2015 Chrysler Town & Country include a power liftgate, dual power-sliding rear doors, tri-zone climate control, a rearview camera and an infotainment system with a 6.5-inch touch screen, satellite radio, six speakers, two USB ports, a DVD player, an HDMI input and a second-row video screen. Available features include a sunroof, tri-zone automatic climate control, remote start, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, rear parking sensors, a nine-speaker audio system, a Blu-ray player and a third-row video screen.
Automotive journalists are impressed with the wide array of standard features in the 2015 Town & Country. It’s rare for a rear-seat entertainment system to be standard in this class, and reviewers think the system is wonderful for long trips. They also say the infotainment system has an easy-to-use mix of touch-screen controls and regular buttons.
- "… higher-end models have enough goodies to rival those of luxury sedans." -- Edmunds (2014)
- "The standard Uconnect audio system blends traditional buttons and touchscreen controls to good overall effect." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
- "Rear-seat entertainment systems (with headphones) are truly gifts from the heavens for any long-haul road trip." -- Detroit Free Press (2011)
The 2015 Chrysler Town & Country has 143.8 cubic feet of cargo space behind the first row of seats, 83.3 behind the second row and 33 behind the third. Those numbers are good for the class, though they are still lower than the cargo measurements of class leaders like the Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey. However, the Sienna and Odyssey’s second-row seats must be removed to expand the cargo area, while the Town & Country’s standard Stow ‘n Go seats fold flat into the floor. Reviewers love the convenience of Stow ‘n Go, and they also like the large number of storage compartments around the Town & Country’s cabin.
- "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." -- Edmunds (2014)
- "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." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
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