Right now it's a great time to test drive a new 2011 Chrysler Town & Country and I'm glad we did! Chrysler is just coming to a close with their program, Road To Literacy Test Drive. Test drive a Town & Country now through June 1st (next week) and they will donate five books to the school of your choice, plus an additional five books to a school in need. Donating over 150,000 Scholastic books across the country, Chrysler believes a bright future begins with a solid education for our children.
We went last week to a local Chrysler dealer and were thrilled with the 2011 Town & Country. We looked at the differences between the Touring, The Touring-L, and the Limited versions and decided on test driving the Touring-L model. I couldn't believe all they had to offer!
Their Stow n Go seating is awesome! Not to mention its a van so more trying to cram everything we want to take into a 2 door! I love the fact that everything is out of sight too, hidden underneath and out of the way. We could keep so much in the van all the time without it taking up precious space; extra outfits, diapers, wipes, toys for Elijah and all those items we have to lug in and out of the house every time we get in the car.
I'm totally in love with the optional Entertainment Group. It features a rear-seat entertainment system with two wireless headphones, satellite radio and a touch screen stereo interface with 30GB of digital music storage! To sweeten the deal there is a single-DVD player and a third-row screen, which swivels with Swivel 'n Go seating. That's enough options for Elijah to enjoy all his favorite music, tv shows and movies; more than enough to keep him occupied on even long road trips! And with the flip down kiddie mirror I can check on him easier than ever!
I could go on and on about all the options, but this post would end up being 7 pages long. It's just easier to go test drive one yourself and check out their website!
Speaking of test driving, the ride was SO smooth. A V6 automatic transmission, Electronic Stability Control, 16-inch wheels, automatic headlamps, fog lamps, power-adjustable pedals and cruise control; they've added so much to make your drive as comfortable as possible! And that's just some of the options on the Town & Country we tested. I can't tell you the amount of options actually possible!
I can't tell you enough good things about the 2011 Chrysler Town & Country! Go test drive one today and see for yourself! And don't forget to visit their facebook page before you go for more information on how to participate in the Road To Literacy Test Drive!
This post was sponsored by Chrysler Group, LLC. The author was compensated a monetary fee of $100 per post, up to two posts, in return for her agreement to blog about the Road To Literacy Test Drive. However, all opinions are honest and that of the author. We wouldn't blog about something we didn't 100% honestly support!