Chrysler Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition


The origin of the minivan is rooted deep within our rich Chrysler heritage. As the pioneer of this market segment in 1983, the Chrysler Group completely changed what America (and eventually the rest of the world) thought of as family transportation. We celebrate this milestone by introducing you to the new 2014 Chrysler Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition.

Chrysler Town and Country 30 Anniversary

Remaining at the forefront of ingenuity in this segment, the Town & Country has delivered families like yours 78 minivan firsts since its initiation into the Chrysler lineup in 1983.

ChryslerTown Country 30Anniversary

Based on the Touring-L model, the 30th Anniversary Edition features exterior and interior features, including:

  • 17-inch aluminum wheels with polished faces and painted satin carbon pockets
  • “30th Anniversary” badging
  • Black Alcantara seat inserts with Nappa seat bolsters
  • Piano Black steering wheel bezels and instrument panel trim
  • Third-row power folding seats
  • Touchscreen radio with 30th Anniversary splash screen
  • 30th Anniversary logo on the key fob
  • Rear back up camera
Chrysler Town and Country 30 Anniversary2014 Chrysler Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition

To celebrate 30 years in proverbial tradition the Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition will paint the town in a unique Granite Crystal Pearl Coat paint, available in the following hues:

  • Billet Silver Metallic Clear Coat
  • Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl Coat
  • Cashmere Pearl Coat
  • Deep Cherry Red Pearl Coat
  • Bright White Clear Coat
  • True Blue Pearl Coat
  • Maximum Steel Metallic Clear Coat

2014 Chrysler Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition

After 30 years on the road the future of the Town & Country still shines bright. For more information on the 2014 Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition please visit

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