The Chicago Sun-Times' straightforward examination of Chrysler's new T&C focuses on showing that it has everything a minivan buyer should want: a pleasant, carlike ride, plenty of room with fold-away seats that "disappear" into the floor, an optional DVD entertainment system for antsy passengers, and power sliding doors and tailgate. The Limited model has luxury features like leather, adjustable pedals, and that nifty device that goes "beepbeepbeep" just before you back up into a telephone pole. The 3.3-liter V6 that comes with the $20,330 base model is called "only adequate", but the upper models gain a much needed extra half-liter of displacement. Figure a fully-rigged T&C Limited to run $35,000.
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