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2015 Chrysler Town & Country vs. Its Competition

2015 Chrysler Town & Country
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Minivans are family wagons first, cargo haulers second, but the best of them perform both duties at the flip of a seat.

The Chrysler Town & Country has one of the most flexible interiors, and its safety and infotainment features are among the best in the segment.

The same things are true of the Dodge Grand Caravan, its lower-priced near-twin, which is available with the cloth seats that some minivan buyers will prefer.

The Nissan Quest can't hold as much cargo because of its odd shape and size, as well as seats that don't fold away into the floor, but it handles better than the Chrysler; safety scores are disappointing, though, as is the case with the Kia Sedona, which recently returned to the market after a several-year hiatus bearing no updates.

Both the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna have great crash-test scores and big-screen DVD entertainment systems like the Chrysler/Dodge twins, but they're pricey, and neither has a fold-away second-row seat.

One thing the Honda has that others don't is an integrated vacuum cleaner; it's included only on the most expensive trim level.

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The 2015 Chrysler Town & Country has the most equipment available on any minivan to date, making it a great choice for anyone who wants the utility of a van with the amenities of a luxury car.
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The 2015 Dodge Grand Caravan is the evolved version of the original minivan, supplying the useful features and clever touches at a very good value.
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The 2015 Honda Odyssey is at the pinnacle of minivan design, offering practical features in a space-efficient package that's more rewarding to drive than most other vans, SUVs, or crossovers.
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The 2015 Kia Sedona brings a stronger seating and infotainment game to the minivan niche, and almost closes the refinement gap in the process.
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The Nissan Quest isn't the safest or most practical vehicle in the segment, but it is one of the better driver's choices.
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The Toyota Sienna only comes up shy in fold-away second-row seats and gas mileage; otherwise it's a leader in power and durability.
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