Special edition vehicles are almost always really fun for the dealerships that get to sell them. They’re a nice little break from the norm, especially when they’re celebrating something laudable like, say, a 90th anniversary of a brand. Chrysler has plans to publicly enjoy its nine decades of existence by releasing special editions of the 2016 Chrysler 300, 2016 Chrysler 200 and 2015 Chrysler Town & Country.
Most of the changes center around technology upgrades, mostly to show just how far the automobile has come since 1925, when Chrysler got its start. For example, both the 300 and 200 SE models will feature 8.4-inch UConnect infotainment systems that pair up with SiriusXM radio and a custom splash screen, while the 300 SE also comes with a navigation system.
Beyond those things, the 2016 Chrysler 300 90th Anniversary Edition also comes with a dual-pane sunroof and custom floor mats that feature a special logo commemorating the anniversary, while the 200 90th Anniversary Edition tacks on both of those things, as well as heated mirrors, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and power seats.
Finally, there’s the 2015 Town & Country, which is a special edition of the current model rather than the upcoming redesigned 2016 model year version of the minivan. It features a power sunroof, heated seats, a heated steering wheel, keyless ignition and similar floormats to those in the sedans.
We’re really excited about the new Chrysler model iterations, in part because they represent something really important in FCA history and in part because they’re all just really cool versions of the vehicles that matter so much to us here at Vicksburg Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM. Here’s to 90 more years of automotive success!