Chrysler Town & Country: Form, Function and Luxury
The history of Chrysler’s Town & Country is long, dating back to 1941. The 1941 station wagon model, designed to capture the imagination of the wealthy, featured clam shell doors and folding rear seats, reminiscent of the later ‘stow and go’ second-row seating available in modern models today. The original model could seat up to nine passengers in comfort.
Chrysler’s station wagon has gradually evolved into the minivan currently available on the market today. Although Town & Country still appeals to the more affluent segment of the population who desire the room and comfort provided by a luxury minivan, Chrysler has made the minivan affordable to many families searching for a comfortable stylish ride. If you’ve gotten used to touring around town in this beautiful yet fully functional vehicle, the last thing you want is to have to take the minivan off the road for long repairs because the engine is overheating.
If you’ve noticed the warning signs of a radiator problem, you may decide to replace the radiator, which may have become rusted or clogged due to road hazards, salt and other debris that has accumulated in the radiator. The radiator may have developed tiny leaks that prevent the radiator from functioning properly. Replacing your Town & Country radiator may be your best and only solution.
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