One of the first automakers to jump on the minivan bandwagon, Chrysler introduced its premium level minivan in 1990. Ever since it first debuted to the American public, the Town & Country has been one of the most successful selling minivans ever produced.
The overall exterior styling and interior amenities have changed drastically over the years. First introduced as a boxy body-type with wood side-paneling, the Town & Country has evolved into a sleek aerodynamic luxury minivan coveted by families across America.
The 2015 Chrysler Town and Country is still the best-selling minivan with the most premium standard features on the road today. The luxury minivan revamped its offerings by adding two new trim levels for 2015, offering more standard and available features than ever before.
No other minivan, not even the Toyota Sienna, can compete with the luxury amenities, price, and overall quality of the new 2015 Chrysler Town and Country.
Drivers and passengers alike will appreciate the interior cabin and refinement of the 2015 Town and Country minivan.
With seating for up to eight, and class-exclusive Stow ‘n Go seating and storage system, the Town and Country minivan is the perfect vehicle for the busy family on the go. Spending time inside of a vehicle should be something to look forward to, not dreaded.
Chrysler designed the interior of the Town and Country to reflect that sentiment, and the result is nothing short of perfection. Check out areas of the 2015 Town and Country that are winning over the hearts and minds of consumers across America.
Bottom line is, when it comes to the minivan segment, no other brand offers the amount of premium standard features that Chrysler does in the 2015 Town and Country.
The 2015 Town and Country offers drivers more options than ever before. Two new trim levels join the lineup this year, and comprise the most basic option, and one of the most luxurious options loaded with extra amenities.
LX - The new base model of the Town and Country has a starting MSRP of only $29,995.
Limited Platinum - Starting just under $40,000, the all-new Limited Platinum trim level offers the most standard features and luxury amenities than any other Town and Country Model. Standard options include those listed with the LX, as well as the following:
Whether choosing one of the above trim levels, or any of the other options in between, the 2015 Chrysler Town and Country offers more features for the lowest price in its segment.
The 2015 Town and Country offers more standard features, at a lower price point than any other minivan. Aside from those impressive realities, the Town and Country does better in a head-to-head comparison with competition like the Toyota Sienna.
Check out where the Town and Country outdoes the competition in this side-by-side comparison.
With leather seating, power sliding doors, power liftgate, and backup camera all standard features on all 2015 Town and Country models, the Toyota Sienna simply cannot compete. With the exception of the rear backup camera, the Sienna does not offer any of the other standard features on their base trim level that the Town and Country does.
To get to the Toyota Sienna to the same amount of luxury amenities that the Town and Country offers with the LX trim, drivers will be spending a lot more money at the dealership. The Town and Country LX may start $100 more than the base Sienna, it offers more standard luxury features that aren’t even optional on the base Toyota minivan.
Offered with a better drivetrain, the 2015 Town and Country beats out Sienna with higher torque and all-around power.
With a slightly higher fuel economy than the Toyota Sienna, the Town and Country wins out with 17 mpg in the city, and 25 mpg on the highway.
Overall, the 2015 Town and Country has more to offer consumers, at a lower price point, with better quality of craftsmanship.