Since its 1989 debut, the Chrysler Town & Country has evolved through five generations as the manufacturer's most popular and versatile minivan. It's ideal for large multitasking families and smaller clans seeking space and a dose of luxury.
The Town & Country has been at the technological forefront. It was the first minivan to offer a driver-side sliding door, for instance, and also debuted the "Stow 'n Go" fold-flat seating system now used industry-wide. But it has also lagged behind the competition: The Town & Country was a late adapter to modern features like stability control and a rearview camera.
Chrysler's front-wheel drive minivan comes well-equipped as a base model, and upper trim levels offer an array of luxury options.