There are not many innovations that can make a minivan as attractive as a sports car, but Stow ‘n Go is one of them. Sure, sports cars go fast and look good, but that doesn’t count for much if you have to drop kids at soccer practice and then bring home a couple of 4x8 sheets of plywood from the lumber yard. The attractiveness of such versatility has not been lost on the vehicle-buying public. A mockup of the Chrysler Town & Country minivan demonstrating how the Stow ’n Go system ...

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