The 2012 Chrysler Town and Country has a very lavish and comfortable interior that can make any of your family members feel welcome and at ease.
Reviews about the 2012 Town and Country van complemented the attention Chrysler has given not only to the driver seat but also to passenger seats of the car. Second and third row seats of the car are versatile and relaxing.
It is packed with cool and entertaining features that would surely entertain the family during long hours of driving.
The Chrysler Town and Country's Stow-and-Go seat feature, that allows you to just fold up the second row seat flat on the floor for cargo space, is advantageous compared to removing the middle-row seats on other minivans.
Total cargo space available for the 2012 Town and Country minivan is an impressive 143.8 cubic feet once the second row and third row seats are stowed into the floor.
The 3.6liter V6 engine with six-speed automatic transmission of the 2012 Town and Country performs well in terms of power and handling. It can surely compete with the best of them in this genre of cars.
The price of the 2012 Town and Country is a little bit on the upscale. Although it is not really the most expensive minivan in the market right now, reviews feel that some of the competitors are more worthy of the spending than this make and model.
The powertrains of the 2012 Town and Country is not as refined as other cars in the market like the Honda Odyssey, Nissan Quest or Toyota Sienna according to reviews.
The Town and Country has limited driver legroom and based on our reviews we feel like this car wouldn't be as comfortable to drive if you're a tall person.