Chrysler Town & Country: The Envy of Tailgate Parties Everywhere

It used to be that the minivan mostly symbolized trips to the grocery store and the kids’ soccer practice. These days, and thanks to an ever-increasing availability of cool new features, the Chrysler Town & Country in particular is so much more than that. With a little imagination it can be, well, just about anything you want, even the envy of your alumni football tailgate parties.

Hear us out now. The same features that make Town & Country an excellent choice for families will also make any tailgating experience more enjoyable. With seating for seven, for example, you can pick up six of your best friends and still have enough cargo room to pack a smorgasbord of essential tailgate party foods.

Also, with the available Uconnect Web, your minivan can be transformed into an Internet “hot spot,” granting Wi-Fi access to any compatible device. That means you can check all the latest scores or set the lineup for your fantasy football team anywhere within range, be it from a lawn chair stationed just outside the rear hatch, or from the luxurious second-row captain’s seating that comes standard with the Touring L and Limited models.

Now, none of this tailgating business is meant to detract from Town & Country’s overall ability to impress as a practical family vehicle—thanks to innovations like the industry-exclusive Stow ‘n Go® Seating and the 42-feature SafetyTec Package, our minivan remains an excellent choice for families. Just consider this a friendly reminder for all you football fans: A new season is upon us, and it’s a great time to keep in mind the other potential uses of the Chrysler Town & Country.

Learn more about this vehicle by visiting Chrysler.com. But first, tell us, what’s your favorite feature on the Chrysler Town & Country? Please leave your response in the comments section below.

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