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 |  Feb 24 2014, 7:45 AM


Chrysler has announced that the 2014 Town & Country will be priced from $31,760 including destination.

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 |  Jul 06 2013, 9:01 AM


A total of 282,200 Chrysler minivans are being recalled because the side airbags can deploy on the wrong side in the event of an accident.

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 |  Nov 26 2012, 12:02 PM

Chrysler is giving its Town and Country some slick touches with the “S” package, which will debut at the 2012 L.A. Auto Show later this week. 

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 |  Apr 09 2012, 2:02 PM

289 Dodge Caravans and Chrysler Town and Countries manufactured from November 15th, 2011 to November 21st, 2011 are being recalled for a possible wheel separation issue.

The cause of the problem is from a right rear hub and bearing assembly that might not be fully machined. Those affected by the recall will be notified by Chrysler so that dealers can replace the right rear hub and bearing assembly free of charge. The safety recall began this month, so concerned owners can also contact Chrysler at (800) 853-1403 and reference recall number M13.

 |  Feb 22 2012, 3:02 PM

10. One Touch Convenience

Thinking of putting down a minivan owner? You may want to think twice. Minivans are among the most useful vehicles on the road. Take a look at some of these reasons why owning a minivan can be a life-enriching experience.

Everyone’s been in front of their car door or trunk, with the same dilemma. With your hands full, how are you going to open the door without dropping everything to get your key? Well, vans like the Nissan Quest require one touch to open the side doors or the back hatch. Thanks to innovations like Nissan’s smart-key technology, you won’t even have to take the key out of your pocket! It’s the next best thing to having your own doorman! (Check out our review of the Nissan Quest here)