The 2015 Award Winning Town and Country
As the Chrysler Brand celebrates its 90th year, the 2015 Town and Country continues to impress not only its makers, but its drivers and critics alike.
Winning a slew of awards and receiving numerous accolades, the Town and Country has given Chrysler a wonderful gift of continued success and outstanding stature.
Let’s take a closer look at the 2015 Town and Country and see why your Chrysler dealership in Miami has been saluting this long lasting vehicle and brand name.
J.D. Power and Associates
“Highest Ranked Minivan in Initial Quality” for the second year in a row. This study is based on the first 90 days of ownership. The test is taken by owners of the vehicle who then rate problems and improvements.
Chrysler’s Town and Country ranked it a “Best Buy”. This is based off a best value for the money in its respective class. Consumer Digest concept of value is rated by car’s purchase price and ownership cost.
For 14 Years, Winner of Polk Automotive Loyalty Award in Minivan category. As the only fact-based awards conducted on owner loyalty, it stands alone in the automotive industry.
10th Year in a Row, the 2015 Town and Country is ranked “Best Family Hauler”. Picked by the Detroit News Readers for being the only minivan in its category that has second row seats which can be folded down and stowed away in floor bins, dual screen Blu-ray and DVD Video entertainment systems along with 5 years of roadside assistance.
Texas Auto Writers Association
Dubbed the 2013 and 2014 “Minivan of Texas” and the “Best Family Car of Texas” for 2014. After a day of driving all three Chrysler products at the Texas Motor Speedway, journalists awarded Chrysler 6 of 19 awards, which was the most of any manufacturer.
Offering the ever-famed never forgotten third row seating, the 2015 Town and Country still provides your family with the best in quality, comfort and safety while traversing your countryside or neighborhood.
Chrysler’s proven durability mixed with their technology still has buyers impressed at every turn. Storing 150 lbs. of cargo with innovations like the Stow ‘N Place Roof Rack System which when not in use can be folded down into the side rails to give a more aerodynamic ride and also improve sound quality.
Driving on a 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine that delivers 283 horsepower with 260 lb/ft of torque, the power of the Chrysler Town and Country is not to be questioned. It can carry 7 passengers and all the cargo you’ll need to get you to the lake house, dorm room and deliver the little league team safely to their destination.
_ Congratulations to Chrysler for providing 90 years of excellence in the automotive industry! _