The Chrysler Town and Country van has evolved so much since it first came out in 1989. So many innovations have been made for the 2012 Town and Country, making it by far the best version of the minivan according to reviews. The 2012 Chrysler Town and Country comes in three trim levels; Town and Country Touring, Town and Country Touring L and Town and Country Limited. They all come with a 3.6 liter V6 engine with six-speed automatic transmission, 160 Amp alternator, electronic stability control and electronic range selection automatic transmission. The basic model, Town and Country Touring, features such enhancements as an overhead storage system, remote keyless entry with engine immobilizer, three-zone automatic climate control, and overhead console with interior conversation mirror. The Town and Country Touring L, on the other hand, offers Safety Tec, overhead storage system, driver's automatic dimming system, remote start system, three-zone automatic climate control, security alarm and single screen DVD entertainment system. The Town and Country Limited is the best trim level for this car according to reviews. It includes such features as Keyless Enter-N-Go, high density discharge headlamps, bright side roof rails, heated steering wheel, DVD entertainment system with dual-screen, power adjustable pedals with memory and integrated super console.
All these power packed trim levels can be had for $29,995 for the Town and Country Touring, $32,795 for the Town and Country Touring L and $39,300 for the Town and Country Limited. All three models have a fuel economy of 17 miles per gallon when driving in the city and 25 miles when driving on highways based on reviews and actual driving tests on the car. As for safety scores, the Town and Country minivan got the top score of \"good\" from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety on front-impact and side-impact tests.