Below is a link to my weights I added mechanic did it the heavy duty tranny cooler and 7 pin. Nice no pressure but seem like they are just nice enough to sell you a car. The official gas mileage rating is 17 city, 25 highway — 20 overall — for a 400 mile range. The button or key slot if you have one is on the dashboard, a nice feature that's becoming more common since Chevrolet revived it; headlights have a knob and rheostat in Chrysler's traditional location. I have been driving Chrysler Corporation built mini vans since 1984.
Thanks, -Brent Without sitting down with a parts manual and comparing hundreds of parts, there is no way of knowing exactly what is in the tow package. Among minivans, only the Toyota Sienna still offers all-wheel drive. I love the features and convenience of this van and consider it to be the best value available in minivans. Folding the middle row is now a one-lever affair; first you have to move the front row seat far forward a bit slow if you have electric seats and lift the cover of the storage area. I do wish it got better city mileage 15.
We just returned from an 1100 mile round trip with another couple and I got an even 27 miles per gallon mostly highway driving. The ride is smooth and quiet and it is extremely comfortable--especially on long trips. The problem is it sags when I load up and hitch up before pulling out of the driveway. The V-6 delivers better acceleration by a wide margin, but fuel economy hasn't lost ground in adopting more horsepower. The last time we tested a Dodge minivan was in 2011, and the seats in our 2013 Chrysler were a definite step up, in all three rows. The parking brake is a traditional but awkward push-to-release pedal.
Family of 4, all packed for 1 night. Often, Dodge wins; sometimes, Chrysler wins; and sometimes the prize goes to Toyota and Honda. Power sliding doors and hatches are de rigeur now for minivans, and our Chrysler had both. I need to peek under the bumper cover to get an idea of the space I have available. He also recommended installing an aftermarket cooler in-line with the factory radiator-integrated transmission cooler that is installed in all the Town and Country models. The console is an interesting piece, since you can slide the top back to reveal a big storage area — more than big enough for a 35 mm camera, it can take an iPad laying flat. Otherwise, it's a fine setup.
Now, I need to figure out which size cooler I should install. As for requirements needed for your vehicle I don't know all thats required, I would suggest to talk with Chrysler to get their say on the matter, but if I were you I would look into getting a trans cooler if at all possible. As one would expect, the entire system can be controlled by voice, with the voice-activation button right on the steering wheel; voice control extends to the stereo and cell phone as well as the stereo and navigation system. We didn't like to one we drove, so we asked about another one and they suggested we wouldn't like that one and asked us to come back the next day to drive it. The powertrain is fine for toting a full family around from mall to mall, and the steering responds a bit more quickly than before. When I measured the hitch to ground I had to buy a 6 inch drop hitch and turn it upside down so it would rise 6 inches to make it level - see pic below. It's still a square-jawed, upright vehicle, but the slightly softer look plays well and relates it even more closely to the badge-engineered Volkswagen Routan.
As in the past, the interior is cavernous, and folding down various combinations of seats allows for a great deal of storage capacity. No hitch or wiring came installed on it. Even with the lock on, the doors can be opened from the key fob or from the front-overhead buttons. Either way, the practical limit seems to be 32 gigabytes. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk.
I have a Honda Mini-Van with similar Tow Weight capacities - the 3500 lbs. Are you using weight distribution hitches? The satellite radio system was well integrated into the stereo, as was the optional video player. Gizmos and gadgets and mobile Internet Optional safety features — all standard on the Chrysler version — include. The multitude of door controls provides a lot of flexibility, while the lockouts keep you safe - as do the door safety mechanisms. It was easy to connect to the network, which provided a strong signal within the van. Our car also came with a standard backup camera and distance-sensitive backup alert; the camera had a clear color picture, with a guide line and red-yellow-green distance indicator, and a decent view at night. It is very comfortable and well appointed with great things I am loving! I Have 2 childeren 1 on the way and the leather is so soft and it feels like a living room on wheels.
The Honda MiniVans tend to sag in the rear a lot so I added air bags to the rear suspension. It can handle very well for a vehicle of its size but, in the end, it is a vehicle of its size. I love the stow and go, lots of trunk space. This, cupholders, power supply, and all, could be removed and placed between the middle-row seats. What makes the Chrysler different from the Dodge is largely on the surface: sheet metal, interior styling, high quality leather, gadgets and gizmos and features and chrome and such. Both front seats and both middle seats had attached, soft flip-up armrests, which work better than the Toyota models that have a ratchet mechanism.