Chrysler Town and Country 2008, LX
- Vehicle Style: LX 4dr Mini-Van
- Body Type: Mini-Van
- Body Subtype: Passenger
- Doors: 4
There are 35 upgraded and impressive features on the 2008 Chrysler Town & Country minivan. Chrysler claims that their minivans are more than simply functional cars; they offer everything a family requires to enjoy driving daily or at trips at a distance. For example, the seats in the second row of the new swivel seating design may be rotated as much as 180 degrees - enough to face the third row. A table can also be added, if desired. Second-row passengers of the 2008 Town & Country have access to floor inbuilt storage, while anyone in the third row may make use of the available storage and seats that fold flat. The Swivel seating also has a minivan-exclusive one-touch power-folding third-row bench seat and an integrated kid booster seat in the quad chair of the second row. Moreover, the 2008 Chrysler minivan comes standard with a number of advanced safety features as well, including side airbags for each row of seating. You can also control stability and traction and take advantage of a brake assist design. The energy-absorption steering wheel and 4.0 liter V6 engine, along with a 6-speed transaxle produces 198 hp while the 3.8-liter V-6 engine creates 198 horsepower and 230 pound-feet of torque. If you opt for the 3.3-liter flexible fuel V-6 engine and pair it with the 4-speed transaxle, you’ll be rewarded with even more horsepower and 205 pound-feet of torque. INFORMATION VEHICLE TYPE FWD minivan POWERTRAIN The OUTPUT OF THE 3.8-Liter V6 ENGINE 197 hp and 230 lb-ft of torque MPG RATING IN THE EPA mileage of 16 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway Recommended Retail Price (RMRP): $28,430
New Car Prices & Values ?
- MSRP: $22,460
- Invoice: $20,739
- Destination Charge: $730
- Gas Guzzler Tax: 0
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