Aside from the available safety options, features really set apart competing minivans, and few companies do them like Chrysler. TheCarConnection.com's research turns up numerous references to the high-tech, kid-friendly features that abound inside the 2009 Chrysler Town & Country. The 2009 Chrysler Town & Country is loaded with items that meet the needs of on-the-go families who can genuinely use the underfloor storage, multiple 12-volt outlets, grocery bag hooks behind the front seats, power sliding doors, and all its unique features.
The standard features on the 2009 Chrysler Town & Country vary somewhat across the three trims, but ConsumerGuide reports that all Town & Country vans feature "tri-zone manual climate controls (including rear controls), tilt steering wheel, cruise control, cloth upholstery...AM/FM/CD/MP3 player," trip computer and full power accessories. Stepping up to the Touring trim, ConsumerGuide says that consumers will find an "8-way power driver seat w/lumbar adjustment, power-adjustable pedals, satellite radio, [and] power sliding rear doors," while the Limited includes "heated front and 2nd-row seats, 8-way power passenger seat...hard drive, rearview camera, [and] remote engine start."
The 2009 Chrysler Town & Country offers a few desirable standard features, but the real fun begins when you start checking off the various options boxes. Among the more impressive optional features are "live satellite TV for rear seats" and "9-inch overhead dual DVD screens with swiveling third-row monitor," according to Cars.com. Edmunds reports that even the base Chrysler Town & Country LX can be optioned with an "Entertainment Group [that] comes with a rear seat entertainment system with two wireless headphones, satellite radio and a touchscreen stereo interface with 30 GB of digital music storage (known as uconnect Tunes)." Other new features for the 2009 Chrysler Town & Country include rain-sensing windshield wipers, and Kelley Blue Book mentions the available "voice-recognition [and] Bluetooth hands-free cell phone connectivity." Car and Driver lists an "optional AC power outlet" as one of the last features available on the Town & Country.