The 2010 Town & Country comes in three trims: the base LX which comes with a 3.3-liter V6 and a 4-speed automatic transmission; the Touring which is equipped with a 3.8-liter V6 engine and 6-speed transmission; and the Limited, which features a 4.0-liter V6 and 6-speed transmission. All of the T&C models feature Chrysler's Electronic Stability Program, tire pressure monitoring, anti-lock brakes and supplemental side-curtain airbags in all rows.
The Town & Country really shines in the versatility department, with its trademarked Stow 'n' Go seating system. The second-row bucket seats fold all the way into the floor, as does the rear 60/40 split bench seat. The Limited has available Swivel 'n' Go bucket seats in the second row and an available stowable table so passengers in the second and third rows can play games together.
The Touring edition features mostly interior upgrades over the LX, like a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob and lumbar support for the driver. It also adds a few power features such as a passenger-side power sliding door and power adjustable pedals. Its list of options is longer, too, with available overhead 9-inch video screens for the third row, parking assist sensors, navigation, remote start and wireless headphones.
The Limited adds even more standard features such as an air filtering system, HID headlights, rear back-up camera and rain-sensitive windshield wipers.
The Town & Country hasn't had any new significant features added since its complete redesign for the 2008 model year. But the 2010 T&C retains the best of those features, such as standard second- and third-row Stow ?n Go seats that fold flat into the floor for cargo van occasions.