Chrysler is a corporation that became known for its engineering, so as financial crises that it has gone through while manufacturing GM-like vehicles. Initially, Chrysler produced only five-brand line-up. Today, the corporation is has become one of the giant providers of mass produced cars in the market. And among its creations is the Chrysler Town and Country.
Chrysler Town and Country was first marketed in 1941 as the woodie wagon that's uniquely built with an all-steel roof. It rolled out the automobile industry in two station wagons and a minivan that are boosted with the values of Chrysler Town and Country parts. When the Second World War broke out, Chrysler stopped its production. Then after the heat of the war ceased, the corporation has continued again with innovating automobiles, but ended the original Town and Country in 1950. The name appeared again in 1980s. This time, it's referring to the wagon version of Chrysler LeBaron. And just after a decade, Chrysler Town and Country was reintroduced as badge engineered version of Dodge Caravan.
The 2005 Chrysler Town and Country is the Town and Country minivan that has survived until this very generation. Base, LX, Touring and Limited are trims under the lineup this platform. One of the highlights of this edition is the easy-to-fold second and third-row seats, along with a new fuel tank, exhaust system, parking brake cables, rear climate control lines, and modified rear suspension. These are just some of the equipments and Chrysler Town and Country auto parts that support the prowess that's injected inside the responsive engine. Added for convenience, smooth and quiet ride are upscale appointments, leather upholstery, and DVD entertainment system. To further enhance the machine's capabilities GPS navigation system, hands-free communication, dual power sliding doors, and power liftgate are also endowed. And for upscale performance, optional three-zone temperature control, deluxe overhead console and power seats are offered.
The Chrysler Town and Country Base and LX models are equipped by a 180 horsepower generating 3.3-liter V6 engine, while the other two kicks 215 horsepower and 245 lb-ft of torque with the 3.8-liter V6 engine. These two V6 engines are both coupled with 4-speed automatic transmission. The Base offers air conditioning system, tilt steering column, Stow n Go third-row seat and second-row bench seat, and LX features just almost same items the Base's. For the luxury model Town and Country Limited, Chrysler has given it air filter, removable center console, power door locks, fog lights, automatic headlamps, park assist, power adjustable pedals, 16-inchw wheels and tires, side curtain airbags, and memory functioning radio, driver's seat and mirrors. The Touring on the other hand, expresses the traditional Town and Country with long list of convenience features.