2002 Chrysler Town & Country
MSRP
$26,315
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VITAL STATS

  • Engine
    3.8L V-6
  • Power
    215 @ 5,000 rpm
  • Transmission
    4-spd auto w/OD
  • Drivetrain
    front-wheel
  • Monthly Payment 
    $497
  • Seating
    7 passengers
  • Cargo
    167.9 cu.ft.
  • MPG 
    18 City / 24 HWY
  • Market Price (Fair)
    $1,540 - $2,215
  • Invoice Price 
    $24,777
  • Warranty
    36 months/36,000 miles

Overview

If what you really want is a luxury car, but family demands call for a minivan, then you've come to the right place.With comfortable seating (available in leather, of course) for up to seven people, power everything, a responsive engine, and a smooth ride, the Chrysler Town & Country makes you feel like you're driving an refined, upscale vehicle.Yet it offers practicality without the excessive weight and bulk of a sport-utility vehicle.Getting in and out is easy with a low, flat floor and chair-height seating, and you don't need to be a Houdini to climb into the third row.It even fits in the garage.

Chrysler completely redesigned the Town & Country for 2001.The result ranks among the best minivans on the market.The interior is versatile with seats that fold and remove.Powerful V6 engines deliver crisp performance.The ride is smooth and quiet.And it's wrapped in an attractive design.

New features available for 2002 include adjustable pedals, DVD video and remote audio for the rear seats complete with wireless headphones, and a tire-pressure monitoring system.

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