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2016 Chrysler Town & Country Walk Around

Chrysler takes steps to make the Town & Country somewhat distinct from its Dodge Grand Caravan sibling, even though they’re nearly identical in overall structure. Town & Country has more bright trim on the body, as well as a completely different grille.

Both minivans share an upright shape with plenty of glass, which translates into great visibility. Neither exhibits the fashionable style of vans such as the Kia Sedona and Nissan Quest, but Chrysler’s duo captures the attention of customers who fret more about function than form.

Viewed from either side or from the rear, there’s not much visual difference between Dodge and Chrysler vans, apart from the Town & Country’s LED taillamps. Up front, the Town & Country temps discerning buyers with its familiar winged logo, set within a discreet grille. These are still bolt-upright, essentially square-jawed people carriers.

Interior

Inside, Chrysler’s near-premium Town & Country is clearly less of a family workhorse than the lower-priced Dodge Grand Caravan. It’s also equipped abundantly, even in entry-level LX trim.

Neatly organized, if somewhat plastic-like, the interior is trimmed in leather. Instruments are encircled in chrome. So are the primary controls. The dashboard has a tasteful appearance, highlighted by a traditional-type analog clock.

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