Chrysler Town and Country Owner's Manuals

The Chrysler Town & Country has been bringing a touch of luxury and elegance to the minivan segment for more than two decades. The Town & Country is based on the sister Dodge Grand Caravan, which has woodgrain interior trim, leather-covered seats, dual-zone air conditioning, power windows and locks in its arsenal. It may seem a bit odd today, but such features helped the Town & Country become one of the most luxurious minivans of its time.
The 2016 Chrysler Town & Country still came standard with features that other minivans often charge extra for. Leather seats, power sliding doors, a power tailgate, and a touchscreen interface with a rearview camera came standard. In more expensive trims, you could get features like xenon headlights, a premium audio system and a Blu-ray-based rear-seat entertainment system. Unique to the Town & Country (and its Dodge sibling) are the second-row Stow ‘n Go seats, which easily fold into the floor to form a flat cargo area behind the driver.
The 2016 Town & Country is a worthy choice, especially if you want an upscale, competitively priced seven-seater that can turn into a cargo van on the fly.