The 2013 Chrysler Town and Country not only has a lot to offer, it is one of the leaders of the minivan market. The equipment of the Town and Country Chrysler includes the usual V6 and uses of the typical transmission with six-speeds. The vehicle proves to be very fuel smart, both on the highway and through city driving situations, essentially right on par with other minivans. The Town & Country was one of four Dodge and Chrysler vehicles that earned “Best 2013 Total Quality” honors in Strategic Vision’s annual Total Quality IndexTM (TQI), which was put out this past Spring.
The Chrysler Town & Country was ranked highest in the minivan segment based on responses from owners of 2013 model-year vehicles in Strategic Vision’s quantitative study of 17,568 owners. Strategic Vision measures “Total Quality” by studying more than 440 variables that encompass positive and negative experiences, including reliability, emotional attachment, and overall sales and service satisfaction.
The Town & Country is one of the most family friendly minivans on the market. We swung by our local dealership, Sport Durst Chrysler near Raleigh, to check out this minivan in person. Plusses are the many unique and handy seating and storage features, and an impressive array of entertainment options. New for the 2013 model year the standard rear-seat DVD entertainment system gets a higher-resolution screen and available technology features include an HDMI input and two rear USB ports for charging mobile devices. There’s also an available Blu-ray dual-screen entertainment system. Trailer-sway control is now standard, and power-folding side mirrors are optional.