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.
Nashville native, Addison Edmonds, drove his pickup truck to his daily hunting adventures and needed a way to safely transport his two four-legged companions. As a result, he designed heavy duty travel kennels. Edmond’s Gunner Kennels have caught the eye of Subaru of America and they have reported that the kennels are the safest crates of the market. The company stated that it has never tested anything like it. The kennel is composed of double-walled rotomolded plastic. The bottom the kennel is fitted with rubber feet to prevent the product from sliding. Owners can utilize the tie-down pins for additional stability. Edmonds wanted to make sure that each of the 170 components are optimized for the best quality, safety, comfortability, and convenience. The kennel was able to withstand a 60-pound weight that was dropped from two-stories, showing the capability of the crate to endure a collision or crash. Edmond began selling the kennels in March 2015 and has already sold over 500 units for $499 for the intermediate size. If you have a dog that you like to take on your adventures, Pine Belt Subaru in Lakewood suggests that you check out Gunner Kennels.
The 2016 Subaru WRX has proven its excellence with a total of six top safety picks from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The WRX received the highest “Superior” rating for preventing a front end collision when utilizing the Eyesight technology. Furthermore, the vehicle received 6 of 6 points with its Eyesight system. In order to obtain that many points, the vehicle needed to earn “Good” ratings in four various tests. The tests involved high-speed collisions, rollovers, and evaluations of the how well the seats protect the driver and passenger from neck injuries. All of these ratings allowed for the 2016 Subaru WRX to receive the highest praise of being the TOP SAFETY PICK+. Pine Belt Subaru in Lakewood wants to congratulate Subaru on creating the safest vehicles on the market.
There has been a couple of Jeep Wrangler prototypes spotted undergoing testing with an extended chassis of around 10-inches. This extension was necessary for Jeep to equip the Wrangler with an eight-speed transmission in order offer a great off-road vehicle. Furthermore, the prototypes are fitted with modified rear axles and differentials. Pine Belt Chrysler-Jeep in Lakewood expects the Wrangler to be introduced to the market in 2017. We will inform you of more specifications regarding the vehicle as it is revealed.
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.
Subaru is constantly looking for better ways to keep the occupants of its vehicles as safe as possible. It has announced that there have been several upgrades to the Eyesight safety system that will be present in the upcoming 2016 Subaru Outback. This system is set in place to reduce the risk of an accident or minimize its severity if an accident does occur. The radar system will now allow for detection of the Outback’s rear side. The company knows that drivers who do not pay attention to their blind spot are at a greater risk of an accident. The blind spot detection, lane change assist, and rear cross traffic alert work together to assure that the driver is safe and the conditions are adequate for a person to maneuver into a different lane. The 2016 Subaru Outback will be available at Pine Belt Subaru in the near future.
Subaru has always had a major interest in conserving the world’s beauty and minimizing the company’s, as well as the world’s waste. Subaru has done a major part in its own operations by initiating practices within its operations to become a zero-waste manufacturer. In June, Subaru announced that it will work with the National Park Service to share its knowledge on reducing waste that ends up at the landfill. Subaru will be partnering with the National Parks Conservation Association to test sustainable practices at a few locations. The great thing is that if these practices show a positive impact, the 408 locations of the National Park System will adopt these applications. Pine Belt Subaru in Lakewood urges you to check out the recently released trailer of the “Who We Are Is What We Leave Behind” documentary trailer. The documentary will showcase the initiatives for National Parks creating no waste.
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.
There is no denying that the redesign of the 2015 Subaru Outback has yielded success throughout the entire world. Out of all vehicles worldwide, the 2015 Subaru Outback is the seventh most researched vehicle on the internet. The production of these vehicles has increased substantially since last year in order to keep up with the consumer demand, especially within the U.S. market. There are four main reasons why the Outback is having so much global success including: increased agility of the driving, modern exterior design, improved fuel efficiency, and a plethora of high-tech safety features. Subaru has no plans of letting this success die down and Pine Belt Subaru in Lakewood does not want to see the Outback disappear. In fact, plans are completely opposite since Subaru’s 2020 Vision Plan is to introduce new and improved products and ideas to consumers.
Americans love their muscle cars, so it is unfortunate that the Chrysler 300 SRT8 will no longer be available in the U.S. The good news is that the 300 SRT8 will still be in other countries, such as Australia, South Africa, and Japan. This means that if Pine Belt Chrylser-Jeep customers really want to bring the vehicle to Lakewood, it’s still possible to purchase. The Australian-version 300 SRT8 will receive several upgrades to fit the market. The front end has been redesigned with improved headlights and grille that portray a cleaner appearance. Some subtle modifications within the interior include the steering wheel and gear shifter. The 6.4-liter V-8 engine delivers 470 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque.