LX All-wheel Drive Passenger Van
1999 Chrysler Town & Country

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$31,035
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Engine Engine 3.8LV-6
MPG MPG 16 City / 23 Hwy
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1999 Town & Country Overview

Most minivan makers worry how they can distinguish themselves from the pack.But the Chrysler Town & Country solved that problem by inventing a category all its own: the luxury minivan.

It's no stretch to say that the Town & Country leads the pack when it comes to styling, comfort, spaciousness and quality.Indeed, the Town & Country offers so many refinements, and coddles the driver with so many amenities, that it can go toe to toe with many luxury sedans.It even rides like a car.

This year, Chrysler has raised the bar again by adding the high-end Limited to a Town & Country stable that already included the SX and the plush LX and LXi.

One of the ways Chrysler stays a step ahead of the competition is by offering varying configurations to suit different types of buyers.The company gives buyers a choice among three nameplates -- Chrysler Town & Country, Plymouth Voyager and Dodge Caravan.Each comes in short- and long-wheelbase versions, and in several different trim levels.Front-wheel drive is standard on the Town & Country, but it can be ordered with all-wheel drive, a definite plus in the snow belt.

By offering a long list of luxury-line features, the Chrysler Town & Country is the only true luxury minivan.And the new Limited offers, as standard equipment, further luxury-line comforts, like leather seats with suede accents, a rear bench seat with center armrests and steering wheel-mounted audio controls.

A cargo net was added between the front seats of the LX and LXi this year that's handy for keeping purses, a small bag of groceries or other odds and ends from sliding around.
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1999 Town & Country Overview

Most minivan makers worry how they can distinguish themselves from the pack.But the Chrysler Town & Country solved that problem by inventing a category all its own: the luxury minivan.

It's no stretch to say that the Town & Country leads the pack when it comes to styling, comfort, spaciousness and quality.Indeed, the Town & Country offers so many refinements, and coddles the driver with so many amenities, that it can go toe to toe with many luxury sedans.It even rides like a car.

This year, Chrysler has raised the bar again by adding the high-end Limited to a Town & Country stable that already included the SX and the plush LX and LXi.

One of the ways Chrysler stays a step ahead of the competition is by offering varying configurations to suit different types of buyers.The company gives buyers a choice among three nameplates -- Chrysler Town & Country, Plymouth Voyager and Dodge Caravan.Each comes in short- and long-wheelbase versions, and in several different trim levels.Front-wheel drive is standard on the Town & Country, but it can be ordered with all-wheel drive, a definite plus in the snow belt.

By offering a long list of luxury-line features, the Chrysler Town & Country is the only true luxury minivan.And the new Limited offers, as standard equipment, further luxury-line comforts, like leather seats with suede accents, a rear bench seat with center armrests and steering wheel-mounted audio controls.

A cargo net was added between the front seats of the LX and LXi this year that's handy for keeping purses, a small bag of groceries or other odds and ends from sliding around.Hide Full Review