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Used Chrysler Town & Country

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  • Overview

    Silver 2016 Chrysler Town and Country angled left

    While minivans are certainly decreasing in popularity, they still make a perfectly logical target for families. However, many consumers may find that the current crop of offerings are too expensive for their budget, meaning they’re forced to cram into a smaller sedan.

     

    Well, there is a perfectly logical option for those pursuing a minivan on a budget. The fifth-generation of the iconic Chrysler Town & Country makes for a perfect used target, providing owners with all of the amenities they could possibly need.

    Of course, it isn’t as easy as heading into a dealership and requesting this specific vehicle. Fortunately, we’re here to help. Below, we’ve explored the specific years of the fifth-generation used Chrysler Town & Country, providing you with some clarity before you start shopping around for the minivan…

  • 2008-2009

    Closeup of 2009 Used Chrysler Town & Country dashboard and analog clock

    Following a seven-year run for the fourth generation of their popular minivan, Chrysler decided to revamp the Town & Country in time for the 2008 model year. The vehicle included a number of new amenities that influenced both mechanics and aesthetics.

    The standard offering was accompanied by a 3.3-liter V6 engine and a four-speed automatic transmission, leading to 175 horsepower and 205 pound-feet of torque. Drivers could also anticipate an adequate fuel efficiency from this particular unit, as the van promised a 24-mile-per-gallon highway fuel efficiency. Alternatively, customers could opt for a 3.8-liter V6 engine and a six-speed automatic transmission, which delivers 197 horsepower, 230 pound-feet of torque, and a 23-mile-per-gallon fuel efficiency. Finally, the 4.0-liter V6 engine was perhaps the most versatile of the three options, promising 251 horsepower, 259 pound-feet of torque, and a 25-mile-per-gallon highway fuel efficiency.

    There were a number of unique interior inclusions added to the fifth generation of the Chrysler Town & Country. The minivan was equipped with the Swivel’n Go system, which provided rear passengers with maximum traveling versatility. The vehicle also included a small, storable table that could be positioned between the rows, confirming the nameplate’s position as one of the best family vehicles in the industry. Customers could also opt for a DVD system with a pair of screens, only emphasizing how the nameplate caters to both drivers and passengers.

    The main inclusions to this particular version of the Town & Country revolved around safety, as engineers added several technological offerings that will help drivers avoid accidents altogether. Specifically, the brand added their Rear Cross Path and Blind Spot Alert System, which will prove to be invaluable whether you’re on the highway or in a parking lot. The brand also added their SmartBeam headlights and a new braking system, a pair of offerings that could also influence the driving experience.

  • 2010-2011

    Black and gray 2011 Used Chrysler Town & Country Interior

    There were few changes to the 2010 version of the Chrysler Town & Country. However, this specific variation was recognized for the various safety functions and capabilities that were emphasized in the 2009 model.

    The nameplate achieved a five-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in several safety categories, including Frontal Impact-Driver and Passenger, Side Impact Driver, and Side Impact Rear Passenger. Meanwhile, the minivan also earned the best-possible “good” rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in three categories, including moderate overlap frontal offset, side impact, and roof strength. These various accolades only emphasized that the Chrysler Town & Country was a trustworthy minivan that’d preserve the well-being of its occupants.

    The fifth generation of the Chrysler Town & Country saw its most significant changes during the 2011 model year. Most notably, the brand eliminated the previously-mentioned engine offerings and touted their new 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine. This unit manages to maximize both power and efficiency specs, as drivers could ultimately expect 283 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, as well as an impressive 25-mile-per-gallon highway fuel efficiency.

    Many of the additional changes were cosmetic, as engineers revamped both the interior and exterior of the Chrysler Town & Country. The outside of the minivan was sculpted to be a bit more athletic, and the changes also led to a bit more opulence for the nameplate. The inside of the vehicle saw the addition of a new steering wheel, instrumental panel, and a number of revised interior upholstery options.

  • 2012

    Black 2012 Used Chrysler Town & Country on wet pavement

    After the nameplate saw some drastic revisions in time for the 2011 model year, the Chrysler Town & Country didn’t see any major changes for 2012. Customers could now choose leather upholstery as a standard offering, as well as a new DVD rear-seat entertainment system. These two inclusions will be especially appreciated by occupants, as it will keep them comfortable and entertained during any journey.

  • 2013

    Interior of a 2013 Used Chrysler Town & Country for sale in Cincinnati

    Those rear entertainment systems were revised for the 2013 model year, as the brand included new high-resolution screens in all of their models. These offerings could also be equipped with a Blu-Ray system and an HDMI input, allowing rear passengers to plug in their preferred video game system. This led to the utmost entertainment, keeping occupants distracted during any long drive.

  • 2014

    Closeup of a Used Chrysler Town & Country 3.6L VVT Engine

    For the 2014 model year, the major change to the standard version of the minivan was the addition of daytime running lamps. Otherwise, the notable revisions revolved around the various package options, including the 2014 Chrysler Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition, which celebrated the birthday of the iconic nameplate. This specific variation of the vehicle included a number of cosmetic changes, including the addition of 17-inch aluminum wheels, various anniversary badges and emblems, a new touchscreen radio, and eight potential body colors.

  • 2015

    Beige 2015 Used Chrysler Town & Country Interior and three rows of seating from above

    There were no major changes to the 2015 Chrysler Town & Country. The brand did reintroduce the LX model, which hadn’t been available for several years. Meanwhile, the Limited trim level was jumped by the Limited Platinum trim as the brand’s highest, classiest offering.

  • 2016

    Black 2016 Used Chrysler Town & Country profile on a suburban street

    The nameplate didn’t see a whole lot of changes for the 2016 model year. Engineers did include new projector headlamps to the standard version of the van, with projector lamps replacing the previously-included reflector lamps.

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