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Driving-in theatre

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Chrysler Town & Country

Let's start with the Grauman's Chinese Theatre of in-car video systems. Chrysler's car lineup these days may be in serious trouble, but this company still knows how to produce a killer minivan. The Town & Country, starting at $37,845, can be outfitted with not just one but two video screens and DVD players (the dual-screen system costs $2,850), so that those in the second row of seats can watch something different than those in the third row. The system also has video inputs and a 115-volt outlet for game systems. Sadly, North of the border we don't get Sirius Backseat TV, which receives kid-friendly satellite content from Nickelodeon, the Disney Channel and Cartoon Network.And because sometimes in-car entertainment involves interacting with your family members rather than ignoring them, the T&C also has the optional Swivel 'n Go seating system, which allows the second row of seats to rotate 180 degrees and face the third row, as well as a removable table for board games or lunch.Related Autos links:Research a Chrysler Town & CountrySearch Bing for images of the Town & Country
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