As you may know already Chrysler has more than 26 years of unsurpassed leadership in minivan engineering and design with its popular Town & Country and in order to celebrate this the American manufacturer revealed the 2010 Chrysler Town & Country Walter P. Chrysler Signature Series. Marking its 20th year as the segment's foremost luxury minivan, the 2010 Chrysler Town & Country Walter P.
Chrysler Signature Series carries a 3.8-liter V-6 engine and fluid six-speed automatic transmission and features an even more luxurious interior with seating and trim combinations in Dark Slate Gray and Light Shale.
The Macassar Range wood trim is paired with satin finishes on the instrument panel and doors while the all-new, two-tone Light Shale seats with Dark Slate Gray bolsters feature perforated leather and are finished with French-seamed stitching.
Additional features include the Media Center 430 radio with touchscreen and 30-gigabyte hard drive media storage, the minivan-first Stow `n Go seating and storage system, minivan-first second- and third-row nine-inch dual-DVD entertainment system, heated seats (first- and second-row) and LED lighting with ambient halo light ring.
The new Town & Country Walter P. Chrysler Signature Series also comes with a new Deep Cherry Red Pearl Coat exterior paint, unique seven-spoke 17-inch aluminum wheels with platinum-chromed finish, new fascia accents, body-side moldings, roof rack with cross bars, chromed belt and Walter P. Chrysler Signature Series" front door badging.
This special edition also features SIRIUS Backseat TV with Nickelodeon, Disney Channel and Cartoon Network Mobile, Media Center 730N with navigation and real-time traffic monitoring, minivan-first Blind-spot Monitoring (BSM) and Rear Cross Path (RCP) accident-avoidance safety systems and the 4.0-liter aluminum V-6 engine that achieves a minivan-best fuel economy label of 17 city / 25 highway mpg. Pricing for the new edition is $33,365 (including $820 destination)! The new car will arrive at Chrysler dealerships nationwide in the first-quarter of 2010.