The Chrysler Town And Country is a luxury pickup sold worldwide by the division of Chrysler Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. This model was introduced in 1990 as a truck. The Town And Country has evolved through five generations, offered in various long wheelbase (LWB) and short-wheelbase (SWB) versions – though currently only in LWB form. Anniversary programs have included the 1994 “10 Year Anniversary Edition” and the 2004 Platinum Series, marking the Chrysler twentieth year of production of the truck. Chrysler small group (including the Dodge Caravan and other variants) have ranked as the 13 bestselling automotive nameplates worldwide, more than 12 million sold.
An updated version of the fifth generation of the Town And Country debuted in late 2010 as 2011. In May 2012, the Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said that Chrysler Group will not drop the pickup Town And Country and replace it with a luxury crossover. However, there have been conflicting statements by the automaker’s executives for more than a year. In mid-2013, as Chrysler continues to dominate the part of the truck in the US, unofficial reports indicate that the Town And Country may continue the example of the next-generation in the form of a traditional minivan design. According to industry experts, “the next generation of the truck and wear a Chrysler Town and Country and campaign badge as 2016.” On May 6, 2014, Chrysler announced that the Dodge will not stop Caravan in 2016 and post production of the truck in Chrysler, which means that the Town And Country will have as its flagship truck as part of the Fiat Chrysler of its brands.
Chrysler Town And Country 1st Generation I (1990)
First minivan Chrysler Town And Country was introduced in 1989 (as an example 1990) alongside the Plymouth Voyager and Dodge Caravan. Sharing the body for a long wheelbase (LWB) Grand Voyager / Grand Caravan’s platform Chrysler S, the Town And Country distinguished by its chrome waterfall grille, the crystal pentastar hood ornament, the standard woodgrain Applique, grooved lower body cladding, and 15 “. White lace Kenites aluminum wheels In addition, the 1990 Town And Country’s were available in only two colors: Black Clearcoat or Bright White Clearcoat.
As the truck and the Chrysler Corporation’s most luxurious, Town And Country came standard with nearly every feature available on Plymouth and Dodge smaller than its own special amenities. This included unique gathered leather seating surfaces and door panels zemikhawulo, front and rear air conditioning, power windows, power locks, an Infinity sound system, seven-passenger seating, luggage rack, 3.3 L V6 (production driver models, manufactured for show and a dealer had a 3.0 L Mitsubishi 6G72) and computer-controlled four-speed automatic transmission.
Ironically, the release of the first generation of the Town and Country minivan for the final model year of production of the first generation of Chrysler small. The Town And Country, Voyager / Grand Voyager, and Caravan / Grand Caravan to the model year 1991. Total production was less than 10,000 units for 1990, making the model of the Town And Country as the most obscure small and Chrysler.
The reason the first model year to model year only in this bodystyle was because they attempt to repurpose an abundance of pre-manfactured bodies previously slated Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager as a temporary measure to save costs in time before the next generation bodystyle immediately replace the bodystyle from the opportunity to offer a more luxurious car to finish off the abundant production of car parts for example with age.
Chrysler Town And Country 2nd Generation (1991-1995)
The 1990 through 1995 Town And Country used the Chrysler AS platform. This was the last of the Town and Country that was found in the platform Chrysler K. As with the previous generation, the Generation II Town And Country came fully equipped, with no actual trim levels, but only in more – and I only long wheelbase (LWB) format.
This Town And Country participated generation Plymouth Voyager’s headlight and Emblem.label clusters, Dodge Caravan had its own. The Town And Country was set on the exterior by its chrome (later body colored) waterfall grille, crystal hood pentastar decoration, body colored side mirrors, ornate side body cladding, and unique alloy wheels. The interior of the Town And Country included standard leather seating surfaces, woodgrain dashboard and door trim, and a digital instrument cluster.
Chrysler Town And Country 3rd Generation (1995-2000)
The 1995 used the Chrysler NS platform and included a number of industry firsts, including the driver’s-side door sliding and seating management system marketed as Easy Out Roller Seats. With Generation III, the Town And Country was able to cover a broad customer base through new levels of the selected color. The premium LXi (and later Limited) included amenities such as seat driver pre-programmed with a mirror, standard leather interior, 8-way power adjustable front seats, Infinity sound system with cassette / CD player, and two driver / passenger climate control name a few. Entry-level LX model featured a few of the services in a long wheelbase (LWB) form. The CA model featured the same content in a short-wheelbase (SWB) form. Both the LX and SX models were designed to fill the gap left by the discontinuation of the upscale LE model of the Plymouth Voyager / Grand Voyager which had been discontinued. Generation III Town & Countries were the first to enter the historic Chrysler blue ribbon sign (later incorporated into the flag winged), which dates from 1930.
Engines included a 3.3 L gasoline engine-powered (8th digit VIN R), a 3.3 L flexible-fuel 3.3 L engine (8th digit VIN G), and the 3.8 L engine (8th digit VIN L). In Canada, Town And Country models came standard with the V6 3.8 L were offered only in the long wheelbase (LWB) versions. In 1999, Chrysler made the minivan concept, the Pacific using the Town And Country shell and body is similar to the Town And Country and the LHS. Generation III examples of the Town and Country with only the passenger side door to (vs. both rear sliding doors) were offered for 1996. Car and Driver ‘included the Town And Country their Ten Best list for 1996 and 1997.
Chrysler Town And Country 4th Generation (2000-2007)
The Town And Country was completely re-model year of 2001, still with Chrysler Infinity audio system. Fourth generation of small used the Chrysler RS platform. The Town And Country initially available only in long wheelbase form. The Chrysler’s short-wheel-base minivan was instead sold under the nameplate Voyager, which was handed to the Chrysler brand in mid-2000 from the Plymouth brand. However, after 2003, the nameplate Voyager ended, and a short-wheelbase models also joined the Town And Country.
Zemikhawulo levels for 2001 were carried over from the previous generation. This entry-level LX, mid-level LXi, and the range-topping Limited. By 2002, the number of packed EL and EX models were both added. These models both value-priced versions of the LX and LXi, respectively, with popular option packages. 2004 saw the addition of an unnamed base short-wheelbase model. In Canada, only LXi and Limited were sold to consumers, the LX maintains fleets.
The Town And Country react to a mid-cycle refresh that included revised exterior styling and interior restyled. Very good, with the introduction of Stow’n Go system of the second and third row seating that folded completely into under-floor rooms. In addition Stow’n Go led to a 2 and row 3 seats, and the elimination of all-wheel drive. For the rest of this generation, the Town And Country was available in the short-wheelbase model, and a long wheelbase LX, Touring, and Limited models. As with pre-refresh model, only the Touring and Limited were sold to consumers in Canada, the LX only the troops.
Chrysler Town And Country 5th Generation (2008-Present)
Chrysler debuted the 2008 model year Town And Country August 16, 2007 at the 2007 Detroit Auto Show – complete short-wheelbase model. The small and featured styling by Ralph Gilles, a automatic six-speed, a new 4.0 L V6 engine as standard on the Limited model – and system of the second row seats that swiveled to face the third row – marketed as Swivel’n Go seating. Much like its competitors, the Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey, the Town And Country now featured power windows on the sliding doors and moved the shift gear from his column to the center console, but rather higher.
A version of the car is sold in a number of export markets (Australia / South Africa / Middle East / China / Singapore / Russia) as the Chrysler Grand Voyager. In Europe it is known as the Lancia Grand Voyager from model year 2011 and older. Prior to 2011 it was sold as a Chrysler. It is equipped with a 2.8L turbodiesel engine and 6-speed transmission as standard.
Production at the plant in St. Louis ended in late 2008 in an effort to save money, but continues at Windsor Assembly in Ontario, Canada. On June 3, 2010 Chrysler recalled 284,831 MY 2008 and 2009 Town And Country vehicles due to improper wiring harness are routed inside the door to. A same mind and affected 15,902 MY 2010 Volkswagen Routan vehicles. 2012, leather seating and rear-seat DVD entertainment system are all standard Town And Country trim levels. However, the leather benches, can be replaced with a free cloth seating option on the Touring. Canada excluding certain parts of British Columbia, the cold climate regions of the US, the cloth is standard on Touring, the skin to be extra option costs.
2013 Chrysler Town And Country
Changes include optional Blu-Ray two rear seat-screen DVD system, sharper-resolution rear-seat DVD screens for all models, and a HDMI input for video game systems, two rear-seat USB ports for charging cell phones or MP3 players, standard Trailer sway damping , standard power folding mirrors on the Limited and optional on Touring L models, the new standard leather seating surfaces on Touring models, a new 17-inch alloy wheel design for Touring L models. Early US models include the Chrysler Town And Country Touring, Town And Country Touring L and Town and Country Limited.
2013 Chrysler Town And Country S
It is a version of Chrysler Town And Country with black chrome grille combined with black background Chrysler Winged badges front and rear, a black rear fascia step pad, the ‘S’ model badging, -17 inch polished aluminum wheels on my face and black- painted pockets and blacked-out headlight bezels (delayed availability), Black Torino leather seats with the logo ‘S’ embroidered in the backs of the seat and black Ballistic cloth seat inserts, gray stitching at the seats and door armrests, Piano Black gloss appliques at the instrument panel and on the Spokes of the black leather-wrapped steering wheel, Chrysler Winged badge on the wheel matches the black background of the look of the exterior badging, a black headliner above consoles, black center console and an ‘S’ in the instrument cluster, dual-screen system for Blu-Ray DVD (HDMI input, two USB recharging ports, a 12V outlet and two 115v outlet prong), a suspension of service, choice of 4 colors of the body (Brilliant Black, Deep Cherry Red, Stone White or Billet Silver).
The vehicle was unveiled in 2012 Los Angeles International Auto Show. 2014 Chrysler Town And Country 30 Anniversary Edition, Town And Country S. It is a version of the 2014 Chrysler Town And Country Touring-L commemorating the 30-year Chrysler Town And Country, with a 17-inch aluminum wheels good face and painted satin carbon packaging ‘anniversary of the 30’ badging, Black Alcántara seat inserts with Zappa seat bolsters, Piano steering wheel black bezels and instrument panel trim, third-row power folding seats, screen and radio with 30 anniversary splash screen, 30 anniversary logo on the FOB key, behind back up camera, and a selection of 8 body colors (exclusive Granite Crystal Pearl Coat, Billet Silver metallic Clear Coat, Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl Coat, Cashmere Pearl Coat, Deep Cherry Red Pearl Coat, Bright White Clear Coat, True Blue Pearl Coat, Maximum steel metallic Clear Coat).
2014 Town And Country S includes a black chrome grille combined with black background Chrysler Winged badges front and rear, a black rear fascia step pad, the ‘S’ model badging, -17 inch polished aluminum wheels on my face and black-painted pockets and blacked- out headlight bezels, Black Torino leather seats with the logo ‘S’ embroidered in the backs of the seat, black Ballistic cloth seat inserts, gray stitching, gray stitching on the door armrests, piano black gloss appliques on the instrument panel and on the Spokes of the black leather-wrapped steering wheel, Chrysler winged badge on the wheel matches the black background of the look of the exterior badging, a black headliner above consoles, black center console, an ‘S’ in the instrument cluster, the two-screen Blu-Ray (input interface, two USB recharging ports, a -volt-12 and 115v two prong outlet, wireless headphones), a suspension of work.
The 2014 Chrysler Town And Country is available in eight exterior colors: Billet Silver Metallic Clear Coat, Brilliant Black Crystal Clear Coat, Bright White Pearl Coat, Cashmere Pearl Coat, Deep Cherry Crystal Pearl Coat, Maximum Steel Pearl Coat, Mocha Java Pearl Coat, Blue Pearl Coat the true and Sapphire Crystal Metallic Clear Coat. 2014 Chrysler Town And Country is made up of Chrysler Group LLC‘s Windsor Assembly Plant in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.