2010 Chrysler Town and Country

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EPA Fuel Economy
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MPG
 
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2010 Chrysler Town and Country 4.0 L, 6 cyl, Automatic 6-spd, Regular Gasoline
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2010 Chrysler Town and Country 17

City

20

Combined

25

Highway

17.4

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$2,650

per year

MSRP: $25,175 - $35,875

Safety Ratings

2010 Chrysler Town and Country 3.3 L, 6 cyl, Automatic 4-spd, Regular Gasoline or E85
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2010 Chrysler Town and Country Gas 17

City

19

Combined

24

Highway

Not Available

$2,800

per year

E85 12

City

13

Combined

17

Highway

$3,950

per year

MSRP: $25,175 - $35,875

Safety Ratings

2010 Chrysler Town and Country 3.8 L, 6 cyl, Automatic 6-spd, Regular Gasoline
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2010 Chrysler Town and Country 16

City

18

Combined

23

Highway

20.8

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$2,950

per year

MSRP: $25,175 - $35,875

Safety Ratings

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2010 Chrysler Town and Country 4.0 L, 6 cyl, Automatic 6-spd, Regular Gasoline
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2010 Chrysler Town and Country

16.5 barrels per year

444 grams of CO2 per mile

2010 Chrysler Town and Country 3.3 L, 6 cyl, Automatic 4-spd, Regular Gasoline or E85
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2010 Chrysler Town and Country Gas

17.3 barrels per year

468 grams of CO2 per mile

E85

5.8 barrels per year

484 grams of CO2 per mile

2010 Chrysler Town and Country 3.8 L, 6 cyl, Automatic 6-spd, Regular Gasoline
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2010 Chrysler Town and Country

18.3 barrels per year

494 grams of CO2 per mile

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  • Model Year: 2010
  • Make: Chrysler
  • Model: Town and Country
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This vehicle did not use any gasoline for the first 21 miles in EPA tests. However, depending on how you drive the vehicle, you may use both gasoline and electricity during the first 21 miles following a full charge.