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Chrysler Town and Country

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Chrysler Town and Country's summary:
  • Doors: There are 2 types of a body of the car Chrysler Town and Country - 5 and 4-door cars.
  • Seats: The car was issued in options with 9 and 5-seat salon.
  • Chrysler Town and Country was issued with the following types of a body: station wagon (estate, combi).
  • The car Town & Country have 2148 kg and this is the minimum weight among all modifications of Chrysler Town and Country. The heaviest car in a production line of Chrysler Town and Country, is the model Town & Country (1977) - its weight 2278 kg.
  • The smallest model is Town & Country which length makes 5710 millimeters. The longest Chrysler Town and Country is the model Town & Country (1977), which length - the 5784 millimeters.
  • Chrysler Town and Country was equipped by 2 options of engines. The smallest engine had volume in 6555 cubic centimeters and was established on such models, as: Town & Country (1977), Town & Country (1977) and Town & Country. The most powerful engine was established on models Town & Country and Town & Country and had volume in 7206 cubic centimeters.
  • The maximum speed of the Chrysler Town and Country makes 180 kilometers per hour. You will see such information on a speedometer of such models as: Town & Country (1977) and Town & Country (1977).
  • The car Chrysler Town and Country is equipped with only a automatic transmission.

Chrysler Town and Country Modifications (5)

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N Model Doors Seats Weight Length Height Engine
1 Chrysler Town & Country (1977) 5 9 2278В kg 5784В mm 1448В mm 6555В cm3
2 Chrysler Town & Country (1977) 5 9 2278В kg 5784В mm 1448В mm 6555В cm3
3 Chrysler Town & Country 4 5 2166В kg 5710В mm 1458В mm 7206В cm3
4 Chrysler Town & Country 4 5 2148В kg 5710В mm 1458В mm 6555В cm3
5 Chrysler Town & Country 4 5 2166В kg 5710В mm 1458В mm 7206В cm3

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