Although the 2016 Chrysler Town & Country Anniversary Edition has not yet made it to the Pine Belt Chrysler Jeep showroom floor in Lakewood, the initial pricing has been revealed. The Town & Country will have a price tag of $37,890, which includes the destination charge. The Anniversary Edition is similar to the Touring-L model, but with a multitude of additional features. Such features include a power sunroof, keyless entry, and the “Anniversary Edition” logo throughout the exterior. For those really cold days and nights, the vehicle will also offer heated front seats, second row seats, and steering wheel. The reason behind the Anniversary Edition is to celebrate 90 years since the Chrysler brand was established.
There is a good possibility that the next-generation Chrysler Town & Country will spur some excitement within the minivan segment. It is expected for the minivan to be packed-full of new technology. Key innovations include an enhanced powertrain, USB ports throughout the entire cabin, and foot-operated rear doors and tailgate. The driver will be able to utilize the fresh Uconnect infotainment system, which is displayed on an 8.4-inch touchscreen. It is never good when passengers drop crumbs on the floor or seats of your car, so Chrysler installed a vacuum cleaner to make the process of cleaning up the mess a lot easier. The powertrain is speculated to include an updated 3.6-liter V-6 engine, electric all-wheel drive, and a nine-speed automatic transmission. Pine Belt Chrysler-Jeep in Lakewood will keep you updated in regards to the timeline of the Town & Country.
Chrysler wants to celebrate its 90th anniversary the right way by introducing a plug-in hybrid version of its Town & Country minivan and a new full-size crossover. This will be the first time that the brand offers a plug-in hybrid in its lineup and Pine Belt Chrylser-Jeep in Lakewood is excited. The Town & Country is currently in the midst of a complete redesign and even several spy shots have not revealed the true appearance of the minivan. It is speculated that the fuel economy of the Town & Country plug-in hybrid will be 72 mpg, which could boast a lot of success for the company if people are looking for a fuel-efficient vehicle for a large family. There would be no direct competitors with the plug-in hybrid Town & Country which really helps with its potential success.