The Chrysler brand proved that it wasn’t our first rodeo at the annual Texas Auto Roundup, April 28-29, hosted by the Texas Auto Writers Association (TAWA) in Fort Worth, Texas. At the event, a total of 47 journalists drove and evaluated 53 cars from various automobile manufacturers. After a day of vigorous driving at the Texas Motor Speedway, journalists voted on their favorites, and the 2013 Chrysler Town & Country as well as the 2013 Chrysler 300C John Varvatos Luxury Edition, were among seven Chrysler Group vehicles to receive awards.
With summer fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about family road trips. No doubt we can all remember our favorite childhood vacations and the excitement that came with them. There is nothing better than piling into the family vehicle and preparing for the fun-filled days ahead.
There are two things that all of us here at the Chrysler brand particularly enjoy: (1) Doing our part to give back to the communities in which we live; and (2) getting potential new Chrysler fans behind the wheel of our vehicles.
It’s no coincidence then that Chrysler Drive for the Kids—a program celebrating its 20th year—combines these two passions in one event where local schools benefit each time another person test drives a Chrysler Town & Country, the most awarded minivan ever*.
Performance suspension, 283 horsepower, a Blu-ray™ DVD system featuring two rear screens, Stow ’n Go® seating—thanks to attributes like these, the new Chrysler Town & Country S is dynamic enough to please the whole family. But here’s an infographic that takes a hard look at how the vehicle will appeal to one member of the family in particular: Dad.