Chrysler Celebrates Thirty Years of the Minivan

It's difficult to think that approximately three decades ago, Chrysler Group arrived on the scene by introducing a legendary family hauler that has continued to remain a popular type of vehicle to this day . Obviously, we are referring to the minivan. To mark the occasion, the auto manufacturer is delivering exclusive edition models for people in Waupaca, WI to savor, and obtain lots of use from.

Both Chrysler Town & Country and Grand Caravan are having 30th Anniversary editions released for the 2014 model year. They will be available with the standard specs, a 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 under the hood that creates 283 horsepower and 17-inch aluminum wheels. Badging on the minivan will include logos commemorating the three decades that the style has been around.

Numerous trims will also be available for both. They includes the SE, with an interior that boasts a piano-black seats and upholstery with silver-accent stitching, leather-wrapped controls and shifter, as well as chrome switchgear and available satellite radio. With the SXT trim, you will find suede and leatherette seats, a ten-way adjustable driver's chair, and more chrome accents.

Obviously, these models will be impressive, and shows us the minivan has advanced significantly because it first showed up on the market thirty years ago.

To understand more about the Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition, give us a call or drop by to see us at our dealership. We'd gladly continue the conversation, and provide all of the particulars around the spacious and versatile vehicle. Additionally, we are able to discuss all new Chrysler models such as the 300 sedan, and can answer any queries you may have as well as arrange a test drive.

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