Chrysler's Tony Town & Country
The Good: Interior, entertainment and seating options, powerful new engine
The Bad: Still looks like a minivan
The Bottom Line: Chrysler correctly dubs this a "family room on wheels"
Up Front Everyone knows that minivans are dying out, right? U.S. sales dropped to under one million in 2006 for the first time in years and have continued to plunge this year. Numerous models—including the Buick Terraza, Saturn Relay, Ford (F) Freestar, and Mercury Monterey—have been dumped and replaced with more popular, sportier, smaller, and more fuel-efficient crossover vehicles.
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