The Chrysler Town & Country debuted as a 1990 model, adding a touch of luxury to minivans and a new group of buyers to Chrysler's growing legion of satisfied customers. More than four years later, it's still an impressive package. Our 1994 test vehicle included standard equipment such as leather-appointed seating and a leather-wrapped steering wheel, power locks and windows power-heated mirrors and four-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS). Powering it all was a 3.8-liter multi-point injection V6 mated to an efficient four-speed automatic transmission. The only option we added was the CD player, which brought the price to $27,914. For that kind of money, we expected perfection from our Town & Country-and didn't get it. Granted our complaints weren't earth-shattering-wobbly cupholders, slightly loose fixtures, some road noise. But when you sit in the upper echelon of a particular segment, as the Town & Country does, that kind of criticism seems justified.