There is a lot to be said about an automotive company who can stick around a stay relevant for 90 years! That’s exactly what Chrysler has done. As some of you know Chrysler took this opportunity to spruce up their vehicles. Chrysler 300 was refreshed earlier this year, the Chrysler 200 was completely redesigned and they will be releasing the sixth generation of the Chrysler Town & Country Minivan. Keep reading for more information.
The Chrysler 200 receives quite a few changes for the 90th Anniversary Edition. Chrysler took customer feedback into consideration and made the following changes:
- Making the rear backup camera standard on Limited and S models
- Blind-spot Monitoring and Rear Cross Path detection available as standalone option on Limited
- Optional 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine
- Heated steering wheel standard feature
- Front driver and passenger seat firmness on all models
The 2016 Chrysler Town & Country adds a power sunroof, heated seats in first and second row, heated steering wheel and Keyless Enter n Go for the 2016 Anniversary model year.
“Clearly 2015 is a very exciting time for the Chrysler Brand,” said Al Gardner, President and CEO – Chrysler Brand, FCA — North America. “300 now harkens back to the 2005 model that started it all, 200 has taken flight in a big way since it’s re-introduction in the hotly contested mid-size car segment, and Town & Country continues to lead the minivan segment it created, ahead of an all-new version – that will include a hybrid – planned for introduction next year.”
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