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CHRYSLER Town & Country Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 3
First production year: 2000
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Van
 

2007 - 2016

Chrysler introduced the fifth generation of its Town and Country minivan at the 2007 Detroit Auto Show, and the most significant change in the vehicle's lineup was the deletion of the short-wheelbase version. While the world started to feel the effects of the financial crisis, Chrysler launched its new minivan range. Yet, the American carmaker made a smart move by offering the vehicle with only one wheelbase option, thus reducing the production costs. Chrysler offered the Town and County in three different trim levels: LX, Touring, and Limited. Certainly, the minivan didn't l...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CHRYSLER Town & Country 3.3 V6 4AT (178 HP)

  CHRYSLER Town & Country 3.6 V6 6AT (286 HP)

  CHRYSLER Town & Country 3.8 V6 6AT (200 HP)

  CHRYSLER Town & Country 4.0 V6 6AT (257 HP)

 

2004 - 2007

Chrysler introduced a facelift for its Town&Country MPV in 2004 for the 2005 model year, and apart from a slightly restyled exterior, it came with intelligent interior solutions. Back in the mid-2000s, many carmakers in the North American market highly contested the large minivan segment. Since the leading Premium brands ignored that, apart from the R-Class from Mercedes-Benz, Chrysler decided to give it a go and produced an up-market version of the Dodge Grand Caravan. And it was pretty successful. The main difference was noticed on the outside in the headlights, which featured a ...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CHRYSLER Town & Country 3.3L V6 4AT (182 HP)

  CHRYSLER Town & Country 3.8L V6 4AT (208 HP)

 

2000 - 2003

Chrysler introduced the fourth generation of the Town&Country minivan in January 2000 as a 2001 model and tried to give its Dodge Caravan an edge on the market to help it survive. The MPV was also sold in Europe under the Chrysler Voyager nameplate, and it wasn't too well received due to its high appetite for fuel (either gasoline or diesel). In the U.S., on the other hand, the Grand Voyager was one of the best options for a seven-seater family vehicle. With its raked front end with the hood almost continued by the windshield and the long, curved roofline, the Town&Country...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CHRYSLER Town & Country 2.4L 5MT (147 HP)

  CHRYSLER Town & Country 3.3L V6 4AT (182 HP)

  CHRYSLER Town & Country 3.8L V6 4AT (218 HP)