2010 Chrysler Town & Country Review by Mike Hanley

A minivan can get away with a lot of things if it has the right features, and Chrysler's Town & Country does, including imaginative seating options and compelling entertainment features. There's plenty to keep your crew occupied while you enjoy the open road.

The problem is, the Town & Country's driving experience isn't the most enjoyable. While it rides comfortably, the van's structure doesn't feel that solid, and the driving position is awkward. Whereas the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna do more to reward the driver, the Town & Country is better at pleasing passengers.

The Town & Country was redesigned for 2008, and a significant change for 2009 is a more fuel-efficient 4.0-liter V-6 drivetrain (see a side-by-side comparison with the 2008 model).

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Third Row Center Shoulder Belt Instructions
The shoulder belt for the third row center seat is located in the headliner slightly behind the third row seat. Pull the strap down and secure the small latch plate of the lap belt into the small ...

From the Passenger's Seat
The Town & Country's cabin has decent materials for the most part, though one editor didn't like the silver-colored trim on the dash. The design of the dash itself is rather angular. The van's ...

Parksense System Usage Precautions
NOTE: • Ensure that the front and rear bumper are free of snow, ice, mud, dirt and debris to keep the ParkSense system operating properly. • Jackhammers, large trucks, and other vibrations ...