The 2010 Chrysler Town & Country carries on minivan tradition of cramming as many features as possible into the largest available space for a family—and few companies do features quite like Chrysler. TheCarConnection.com's research has turned up numerous references to the high-tech, kid-friendly features that abound inside the new generation of Town & Country. The 2010 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 enough entertainment features for the Detroit News to surmise that the Town & Country could be parked in a driveway and used as a home drive-in cinema.
Stepping up to the Touring trim, ConsumerGuide says that shoppers will find an "8-way power drivers seat with lumbar adjustment, power-adjustable pedals, satellite radio, [and] power sliding rear doors," while the range-topping Limited variant includes "heated front and 2nd-row seats, 8-way power passenger seat...hard drive, rearview camera, [and] remote engine start."
The 2010 Chrysler Town & Country offers a number of desirable standard features, but the real fun (and wallet-lightening) 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)." In fact, there are a number of Group options available, including security-specific and safety-specific packages, as well as a Mopar exterior styling package.
Other features carried over from last year's model in the 2010 Chrysler Town & Country include rain-sensing windshield wipers, while 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 features available on the Town & Country, and Cars.com is impressed by the MyGIG navigation system featuring real-time traffic monitoring.