The Chrysler has announced the introduction of its 30th Anniversary Edition 2014 Town & Country model, which will be celebrated thirty years of this model on the market. Based on the Touring-L version, the 2014 Chrysler Town & Country – 30th Anniversary Edition features a number of exclusive features, including a set of 17 “wheels, special paint pearl white exterior and 30th Anniversary markings. The interior features leather seats, third-row seats and electric mirrors.
The Driver Convenience Group package is part of the standard equipment, and it is featured by the first and second row heated seats, leather steering wheel, start the vehicle without keys and locks of the vehicle in bright color. The new 2014 Chrysler Town & Country is powered by 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine that achieves 283 hp of output and 260 lb.-ft. of torque.
The interesting fact is that in just few seconds the two rows of seats can be overlap, and this automatically turns this vehicle into a van with a huge cargo space. It can comfortably accommodate up to seven people and it has more than 140 cubic meters of cargo space. Thanks to all that, the Town and Country is one of the favorite family car. The interior is extremely improved, the plastic parts are thrown out, and all the instruments are edged with a chrome frame.
The comfortable leather seats with heating are the standard in all 2014 T&C models. The new 2014 Chrysler Town & Country is featured by tri-zone air conditioning, and also it has are some details that provide pure driving enjoyment as well as a very spacious armrests, cup holders, etc.. For family people who are mainly buyers of these vehicles is interesting entertainment system in the back seat. There is a remote control, wireless headphones, 9 inch screen with built in DVD player, radio, Bluetooth, MP3, audio jack input for mobile, front and rear 12 V and 115 V auxiliary socket.
2014 Chrysler Town & Country Price
The new Town & Country has companion piece to the Dodge Grand Caravan. In the current plan, the 2014 Town & Country is the premium offering–so while the Dodge van has a special edition priced below $20,000, the Chrysler minivan starts at about $30,000, in the search for the same upscale buyers that regularly put their money down on the competitive Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey family haulers.