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Fuel economy: 17 city/25 highway mpg
Despite the fact that the Chrysler Town & Country (about $25,200) was built for seven occupants from the get-go, it still gets very respectable gas mileage. In fact, its most powerful engine, the 251 horsepower, 4.0-liter V-6 engine that's paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, achieves an EPA-estimated 17 city/25 highway mpg. That's terrific fuel economy for a minivan of this size and the best gas mileage of any of the engines available in the Town & Country.
Chrysler's Stow 'n Go second-row seats, which fold flat into the floor, are standard, while its Swivel 'n Go captain's chairs allow second-row passengers to ride backward, facing third-row passengers for a more social atmosphere.
Standard features include rear air conditioning, power windows, including in the sliding doors. It also is equipped with numerous storage bins, side curtain air bags, antilock brakes, electronic stability and traction control.