Chrysler Town & Country Oil Capacity

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How much oil does a Chrysler Town & Country take?

The 2016 Chrysler Town & Country with the 4L 6-cyl engine takes 5.5 quarts (with filter) of 10W-30 synthetic oil. The Chrysler Town & Country with a 3.8L 6-cyl engine takes 5 quarts (with filter) of 5W-20 synthetic oil. A new oil filter and a crush washer are required.


2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Chrysler Town & Country Oil Capacity

Engine Oil capacity (with filter) Oil type
3.6L 6-cyl Engine [G] ERB 5.6 liters (5.9 quarts) 5W-20
3.6L 6-cyl Engine [G] ERB Flex 5.6 liters (5.9 quarts) 5W-20
3.3L 6-cyl Engine [E] EGV Flex 4.7 liters (5 quarts) 5W-20
3.8L 6-cyl Engine 4.7 liters (5 quarts) 5W-20
4.0L 6-cyl Engine 5.2 liters (5.5 quarts) 10W-30


2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Chrysler Town & Country Oil Capacity

Engine Oil capacity (with filter) Oil type
3.3L 6-cyl Engine 4.7 liters (5 quarts) 5W-20
3.3L 6-cyl Engine [3] Flex 4.7 liters (5 quarts) 5W-30, 10W-30


1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Chrysler Town & Country Oil Capacity

Engine Oil capacity (with filter) Oil type
3.3L 6-cyl Engine [R] 4.3 liters (4.5 quarts) 5W-30, 10W-30
3.3L 6-cyl Engine [G] EGM Flex 4.3 liters (4.5 quarts) 5W-30, 10W-30
3.8L 6 -cyl Engine [L] 4.3 liters (4.5 quarts) 5W-30, 10W-30

The main purpose of minivans is to transport families, pets and luggage safely and efficiently. With Chrysler’s 2016 Town Country minivan, you get all this and more in a high-end interior fitted with premium equipment. With an emphasis on functionality and style, this car has earned the title of prestige, thanks to standard leather seats and automatic side doors.

Options include a Blu-ray disc player, heated steering wheel and even a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot. Of course, you will pay in full, even for the introductory LX. If you are looking for something equal to the less expensive Kia Sedona or Toyota Sienna, but with the power and spacious interior of Town & Country – try the Dodge Grand Caravan.

Chrysler Town & Country is the predecessor of the Chrysler Pacific. The release was carried out from 1982 to 2014. Later, this model was discontinued, and it was decided to launch a premium crossover instead. However, these plans were not destined to come true.

This minivan is ideal for traveling with the whole family, as it has 7 or 8 seats: 2 + 3 + 2 or 2 + 3 + 3. There are options with both front and all-wheel drive. The car underwent the last update in 2010, as a result of which the following changes appeared in the appearance:

  • bumpers have become more massive;
  • the radiator grille has increased, it was equipped with horizontal chrome strips;
  • the designers slightly changed the front and rear lights, making them larger and more streamlined;
  • even in the basic configuration, the interior received leather trim;
  • the instrument cluster and dials are retro-styled.

A big innovation was the Swivel ‘n Go interior transformation system, thanks to which it became possible to rotate the second-row seats 180 degrees. In terms of technical characteristics, Chrysler Town & Country is fully consistent with the previous model described by us. Under the hood, a 3.6-liter engine with 283 horsepower is installed. In urban mode, 15-16 liters of gasoline are required, outside the city – 8-10, depending on the conditions of movement.

Dan Hoffman

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  1. I can feel my 2006 town and country vibrate once it hits around the 35 mph mark. It stops after accelerating and sometimes vibrates again around the 50 mph mark. You know what this could be

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