Celebrating its 30th birthday, the American minivan just got a special edition that features unique exterior and interior trim.
Back in 1983, Chrysler Group was one of the inventors of the modern MPV with the Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager pair. Not settling for that, they also upgraded the game with a luxury minivan, the Chrysler Town & Country, which debuted in 1989.
13 million minivan sales later, we have the new Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition which features 17-inch aluminum wheels with polished faces and painted Satin Carbon pockets, “30th Anniversary” badge and the availability of Granite Crystal Pearl Coat paint. The interior gets a luxury bump with black Alcantara seat inserts with Nappa seat bolsters, piano black steering wheel bezels and instrument panel trim, third-row power folding seats, power folding mirrors, a 30th Anniversary logo in the gauge cluster and touchscreen radio splash screen, a 30th Anniversary logo on the key fob and Light Graystone lower instrument panel, Super Center Console, door armrest stitching and door panels.
The 2014 Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition also comes standard with the Driver’s Convenience Group that features heated first- and second-row seating, a leather-wrapped heated steering wheel, power adjustable pedals, Keyless Enter-N-Go and bright door handles.
Of course, the 2014 Chrysler Town & Country, built at Chrysler Group LLC’s Windsor Assembly Plant in Windsor, Ontario, Canada is only available in the U.S. – for a European model you should check out the Fiat Freemont model.