2012 Chrysler Town & Country Specs, Price, Trim Levels, User Reviews, Photos & Buying Advice

28 Oct 2014 | Author: | Comments Off on 2012 Chrysler Town & Country Specs, Price, Trim Levels, User Reviews, Photos & Buying Advice
Chrysler Town&Country

Select a Trim below for more detailed vehicle information

New Car Finder

The only engine for the Town and Country is a 3.6L Pentastar V6 that produces 283 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. A new ‘Fuel Economizer’ mode helps make engine and powertrain adjustments to maximize fuel efficiency.

The high performance V6 is mated to the 6-speed automatic transmission and drives new premium, lower-rolling resistance tires, low friction bearings and other technology to further improve fuel economy. With these refinements, the 2012 Chrysler Town Country is rated at an estimated 17 mpg city and 25 mpg highway. The suspension, which received major upgrades for last model year, provides an agile, confidence-inspiring driving experience. more

The interior includes beautifully crafted high-quality materials that are soft to the touch. Standard features include smart storage, a beautiful wood-surfaced console and flexible seating options. Optional UConnect technology brings touchscreen and voice command for convenient control of multiple media sources, navigation and handsfree phone operation.

A standard dual DVD entertainment system can show two rear-seat passengers up to two movies with headphones.

The Town and Country’s standard safety equipment includes front, side and knee air bags as well as active head restraints for all three rows. All-speed electronic stability control is also standard. Optional safety equipment includes a tire pressure monitor along and an accident avoidance feature with blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-path detection and a ParkView backup camera.

The sunroof and windows feature an auto-reverse system to prevent accidental pinching. An Enhanced Accident Response System that turns on interior lighting, flashes hazard lights and shuts off fuel flow after a collision.

Comfort features include heated mirrors, power-adjustable seats, a smart-key system, a garage-door opener, dual-zone climate control and a remote start system. There is an available heated steering wheel, rain-sensitive windshield wipers and roof rack crossbars that rotate and store in the side rails to reduce aerodynamic drag. LED taillights and a rear light bar help make the Town and Country more visible no matter the weather conditions.

2012 Chrysler Town Country Model Changes

The 2012 Town and Country is very similar to the 2011 model. The base trim is the Touring model, which means standard equipment includes 17-inch aluminum wheels, second-row entertainment system and standard leather seating surfaces.

2012 Chrysler Town Country Value

The Town and Country’s 283 horsepower Pentastar V6, which includes a driver-selectable ‘Fuel Economizer’ mode is mated to a 6-speed transmission and uses premium low rolling-resistance tires to deliver an estimated 17 mpg city and 25 mpg highway. An impressive luxury-style interior and optional UConnect technology brings the latest in voice-activated multimedia connections, navigation and entertainment to Chrysler’s premium minivan.

2012 Chrysler Town Country Strengths

Chrysler Town&Country

Powerful engine; luxury interior appointments; electronic entertainment with dual DVD systems; impressive airbag array and safety engineering; advanced technologies with navigation. Hide

It may feel like a nice German suit inside, but the Chrysler 300 SRT8 looks and drives like a nice pair of jeans. That is, if jeans made 470 hp.

A significant upgrade, the 2011 version of Chrysler’s Town Country minivan also gets a price hike to match. But considering this car’s reputation and its Japanese competition, is Chrysler being too confident.

Improved inside, outside and under the hood, the Chrysler 200 Convertible is a massive step forward from the Sebring, but that doesn’t change the fact that there’s still little reason to buy one.

It may look like a toned-down refresh, but the 2011 300 is all new and feels it, designed to appeal to a wider customer base with added luxury, technology and a front grille that won’t scare away more bashful buyers.

It’s not class leading, but the new 200 means that Chrysler finally has a car than can be considered a competitor in the all-important mid-size sedan segment.

While dated in certain respects, the Chrysler 300 still boats a spacious interior, bold looks and a rear-drive layout. Updates for 2010 don’t add much, but there’s more to come for 2011.

Chrysler Town&Country

Other articles of the category "Chrysler":

Our partners
Follow us
Contact us
Our contacts


Born in the USSR


About this site

For all questions about advertising, please contact listed on the site.

Car Catalog with specifications, pictures, ratings, reviews and discusssions about cars