Don’t let the class and comfort of the interior fool you – beneath the hood of Chrysler Town & Country beats the powerful heart of a true workhorse.
We call that heart the Pentastar V-6, and by coupling it with the AutoStick six-speed transmission, we’re able to deliver 260 pound-feet torque and a best-in-class 283 horsepower, all while maintaining a very reasonable EPA-estimated mpg of 17 city and 25 highway. What this means, generally speaking, is that the Chrysler Town & Country is versatility exemplified, a vehicle well-appointed for everyday tasks (such as trips to the grocery store) but also one that won’t let you down when demands are more significant (think towing a cargo trailer on moving day).
And when we say significant, we mean significant. This vehicle has a towing capacity of 3,600 lbs. Pair that with a 6,050 lb. gross vehicle weight rating,* and it suddenly becomes clear that “mini” is maybe not the most accurate way to describe the Chrysler Town & Country.
Learn more about towing capacity and other features by visiting Chrysler.com. But before you go, here’s a question: How do you put your Town & County to work?
*Gross vehicle weight rating is the total weight of a fully loaded vehicle, including passengers and payload – but excluding all towing.