This week’s Friday Face-Off is a minivan classic.
The Chrysler Town & Country is old school, tracing its roots back to 1983 when it changed family transportation forever. It is equipped with three rows, seating seven. Two rows of seats can be tucked away via the Stow ‘n Go system, which gives you a completely flat floor for larger cargo items. The T&C Touring comes with leather seats and a video screen standard. It also comes in five different versions, including the sporty S model and the luxurious Limited. Prices start at $31,760.
Meanwhile, the Honda Odyssey is the newest and freshest minivan on the scene. It, too, is offered in five different versions. Pick the top model, the Touring Elite, and you get the HondaVac – the first onboard vacuum cleaner on any automobile. The third row folds flay into its own deep bay in the back, while second row seating could be positioned in a “wide mode” to the edges of the cabin. The seven-seat Odyssey has a starting price of $29,665.
Stow ‘n Go or HondaVac? You decide which minivan is your favorite.
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