The Chrysler Town & Country Turns Thirty and Celebrates in Style

August 31st, 2013 by

Thirty years ago, Chrysler introduced a new concept called the minivan with the launch of the Town & Country and probably didn’t know at the time that it would be a game changer in the industry. Many car manufacturers followed suit with their own version, but the Town & Country will always be the model that revolutionized family transportation.

This year, the original minivan is turning thirty and to celebrate its success, Chrysler is introducing special anniversary edition trims. Although the Town & Country stayed true to its roots, it also evolved into a sleek ride. And the anniversary edition adds to the element of luxury with certain additions.

Two separate packages coming soon to Alma Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, will be available. One, which starts in the SE edition, has a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, along with a piano-black interior and silver-accent stitching, increasing the luxury that can already be found on the model. If you take it up to the SXT, you’ll find a 10-way adjustable driver’s seat, and suede and leatherette material onboard.

Various parts of the vehicle will sport special commemorative logos. The Grand Caravan will still include the standard 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine that produces 283 horsepower, along with 17-inch aluminum wheels.

We know the special edition minivan will be remarkable. To learn more about the Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition, stop in and see us at Alma Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram in Alma, MI. We would be happy to review all the options and show you why the original minivan is still a superstar 30 years later. In addition, we can discuss all new Chrysler models like the 300 sedan, answer any questions you might have, and arrange test drives.

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