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2004 Chrysler Town & Country

2004 Chrysler Town and Country

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A number of changes mark the beginning of 2004 for Chrysler's minivan. To begin with, the Town & Country is now the sole minivan in the family. The Voyager has been discontinued, now finding itself as a base regular length Town & Country model.

The rest of the lineup consists of extended length models. There are other new features for 2004, including new interior cloth fabric, new interior colors and new exterior color offerings. Plus, the base sound system has been upgraded-it is now an AM/FM radio with a CD player.

Available Models
The 2004 Chrysler Town & Country is offered in five models: base, LX, eX, Touring and Limited. Touring and Limited models are covered in a separate review.

Interior Features
The 2004 Chrysler Town & Country is a roomy minivan, with plenty of space for cargo and passengers. All models seat seven passengers.

The standard package of the 2004 Chrysler Town & Country consists of a number of convenience items. Power mirrors, windows and door locks, front air conditioning, remote keyless entry, an AM/FM/CD player, a digital clock, visor mirrors and a rear defogger are just part of the list.

The majority of premium options are reserved for LX and eX models. A rear-seat video entertainment system is one, particularly useful with kids on long, boring trips. With eX models, you can also secure a navigation system.

Exterior Features
A power liftgate and power operation for one or both sliding side doors is standard on all but base and LX models.

The front-wheel drive 2004 Chrysler Town & Country is able to get up to speed quite nicely. With base and LX models, this is due to a 3.3-liter V6 engine. It is mated to 4-speed automatic transmission, and generates 180 horsepower at 5000 rpm and 210 lb-ft of torque at 4000 rpm.

The eX model features more get-up and go. It uses a 3.8-liter V6 engine that produces 215 horsepower at 5000 rpm and 245 lb-ft of torque at 4000 rpm.

The eX model also comes with standard traction control, given it added stability on the road.

Safety and Security
All but the base model have antilock brakes. Standard features for all models include driver and passenger multi-stage airbags that inflate with force appropriate to the severity of impact, the LATCH child seat system and an automatic transaxle brake-park interlock.

New for the 2004 Chrysler Town and Country

Models realigned:


eL discontinued
Short wheelbase Base model added
LXi/LXi AWD discontinued
Touring model added
All-wheel drive Touring model added
New Town & Country Platinum Edition (late availability)

New AM/FM radio with CD player standard sound system
New AM/FM radio with integrated six-disc CD changer
New interior cloth fabric — Vegas
New interior colors: Khaki, Medium Slate Grey and Deep Jade
New exterior colors: Deep Midnight Blue and Deep Molten Red
Rear Entertainment System® now includes — Six-disc in dash CD/DVD changer

Fast Stats
MSRP from
3.3L V6
3.8L V6
180 @ 5000
215 @ 5000
4-speed auto
MPG: City/Hwy
I4: 18 / 24
V6 AWD: 17/22
V6 FWD: 17/24

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