2007 Chrysler Town and Country LWB Values

Select a 2007 Chrysler Town and Country LWB trim level

2007 model year changes

Chrysler's Town & Country is a carry-over model for 2007. Since 2008 will mark the appearance of the next generation of T&Cs, the 2007 model has very few differences from its predecessor.

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Versatility; smooth ride; luxurious appointments; plenty of standard features.

Special features for 2007

Chrysler invented the modern minivan and still makes one of the best ones on the market. The 2007 Town & Country is the shortest model at 189.3 feet in length. The fancier trims have a longer wheelbase and are 200.5 inches long. Both wheelbases seat seven, with 23.5 cubic feet remaining behind the third row in the short wheelbase models and 32.5 in the longer versions. With the third row folded down, there are 72 cubic feet in the SWB Town & Country and 85.9 in the long wheelbase models. This equals the maximum cargo capacity for all but the largest SUVs. Stow the middle row and there is a whopping 129 cubic feet of covered, dry cargo hold in the short T&C, and a house-moving 144.2 cubic feet in the long wheelbase vans.
A carry-over from 2006, the Town & Country is a four-door mini-van that offers seating capacity for up to seven-passengers, offered with either a short or extended wheel-base. There are three different trim levels - the LX, Touring and Limited, with the base model featuring a 3.8-liter V6 that producing 170 horsepower. The others come equipped with a 3.8-liter V6 that increases the horsepower to 200. All models are offered with a four-speed automatic transmission.