2007 Chrysler Town & Country – The Original in Luxurious Family Transportation Continues to Get Better With Time
Chrysler Town & Country minivan sales increased 25 percent in the Únited States in 2005. With the Stow ‘n Go® seating and storage system, the industry's only fold into the floor second- and third-row seats, safety and security features such as a minivan-first inflatable knee blocker, available supplemental three-row side-curtain air bags, a five-star front- and side-impact rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), power adjustable pedals and Door Alert, the Chrysler Town & Country minivan offers classy styling with innovative features and flexibility without compromising safety or utility.
The Chrysler Town & Country minivan has evolved over the years to keep pace with the changing needs of minivan customers. By designing a vehicle with a refined, athletic style that offers features customers appreciate and purposeful innovations and technology, the 2007 Chrysler Town & Country appeals to customers with a broad variety of lifestyles and needs. 'WHAT'S NEW FOR 2007' Exterior
'The 2007 Chrysler Town & Country minivan has an elegant, classic exterior appearance that is welcome at the country club or soccer field,' said Joe Dehner, Director – Exterior Design, Chrysler Group. 'The tasteful exterior design is coupled with a classy interior that's ingenious in its flexibility and utility.'
Three new exterior color offerings: Cognac Crystal Clear Coat; Marine Blue Pearl Coat; and Modern Blue Pearl Coat
The 1989 introduction of a luxury minivan by the Chrysler Group changed the way people thought about a family transportation vehicle. Designed from the inside out with a formula that has proven to be successful over the years, the Chrysler Town & Country, the original luxury minivan, continues to embrace the original minivan formula with some modern enhancements.
Staying true to the original design formula of a garageable van with easy entry and exit; chair-height seating; a low, flat floor; and flexible seating options, the 2007 Chrysler Town & Country enhances the original formula with the Stow ‘n Go seating and storage system, a plethora of safety and convenience features, and premium amenities that are at home on the soccer field or the country club. . ENGINEERING
'Our industry-exclusive Stow ‘n Go seating and storage system has helped differentiate the Chrysler Town & Country from the competition,' said Larry Lyons, Vice President – Front-wheel-drive Product Team. 'Our engineers did a great job designing a system where both the second- and third-row seats easily fold into the floor without sacrificing style inside the minivan. Stow ‘n Go gives Town & Country customers the ultimate in premium interior flexibility.'
'The Chrysler Town & Country minivan has evolved over the years to keep pace with the changing needs of minivan customers,' said David Rooney, Director –Chrysler Marketing. 'By designing a vehicle with a refined, athletic style that offers features that customers appreciate and purposeful innovations at an affordable price, the Chrysler Town & Country appeals to customers with a broad variety of lifestyles and needs.' PRODÚCT HIGHLIGHTS
- Chrysler Group is the only manufacturer with fold-in-the-floor second- and third-row seats, the Stow ‘n Go seating and storage system
- Stow ‘n Go features second-row bucket seats that can be folded into the floor and a third-row, 60-40 split-bench seat that can fold into the floor, or fold rearward to face out the tailgate when the minivan is parked. When seats are in the upright position, 6 cubic feet of covered storage space is available in the second row, and 6 cubic feet of storage space available in the third row. Headrests do not need to be removed when seats are stowed, and seats can be stowed individually or together.
- Designed from the inside out with a total of four models to choose, Chrysler Town & Country offers minivan owners the best package of flexibility, utility, safety and value in the marketplace
- The Chrysler Town & Country was the second best-selling name plate (only to the Dodge Caravan) in 2005 with 180,759 minivans sold (an increase of 25 percent, compared with 2004 sales). The Chrysler Group sold 407,480 Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Caravan/Grand Caravan minivans in the Únited States in 2005.Source - Chrysler