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Editors' Page: 2014 Chrysler Town & Country

By Allyson Harwood on June 4, 2014 10:43 AM
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The segment's premium-themed minivan stays true to its roots.

When the Town & Country debuted, it broke new ground by being the first luxury-like minivan. Since then, it has found a comfortable spot in the market, combining quality materials and amenities with plenty of practicality. The Town & Country also happens to offer the most powerful engine in the segment. For 2014, this minivan gets a 30th Anniversary special edition, in addition to the Touring, S, Touring-L and Limited models that continue on.

Driving It

From our 2014 Chrysler Town & Country full review: "The engine and 6-speed automatic transmission work fairly seamlessly, never feeling overburdened or indecisive, and the dash-mounted gear selector is easy to master. The minivan is quiet enough to make conversation easy among passengers in all three rows."

Cool Features

The Town & Country is the only minivan that offers a dual-screen Blu-ray system, with large, high-definition screens that allow rear-seat passengers to watch DVD or Blu-ray movies and play video games. Another cool feature can be found on the S trim level: a unique performance suspension that improves responsiveness.

What Owners Say

KBB.com reader and Town & Country owner Chuck D offers a comprehensive insider's look: "Overall design is nice. Has a classy look on inside. Automatic 3-zone heating and air conditioning works great. Power doors and liftgate are good as are the Stow 'n Go seats. Wish there was a total manual override for side doors. Engine has plenty of power and perhaps too much off the line. Would have preferred less power and better gas mileage (getting 15.5 in suburban driving). Wish there was more engine braking when lifting off gas. Touch-screen radio cannot be operated with gloves and the steering wheel controls for it are not intuitive. Chrysler's quality record concerns me but no problems yet." Read more Chrysler Town & Country consumer reviews.

Build and Price

The 2014 Chrysler Town & Country is a luxury minivan, and as such has luxury-level prices. It starts at just under $32,000 for the Touring, which is the highest base price in the segment, and tops out beyond $43,000. How much should you really pay? Build and price your own 2014 Chrysler Town & Country to unlock its Fair Purchase Price, 5-Year Cost to Own and more.

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