Chrysler has announced it will produce special 90th Anniversary variants of its 200 and 300 sedans and Town & Country van. The limited run model each offer more standard equipment and exclusive features, giving customers some additional value as the 200 and 300 approach the end of their respective lifecycles.
“Ninety years ago, Walter P. Chrysler laid the foundation for a philosophy that still works today – craftsmanship, beautiful design, innovation and technology, all at an affordable price,” said Al Gardner, President and CEO of Chrysler USA. “Those traits still resonate today in both the products – the Chrysler 200 mid-size sedan, 300 full-size sedan and Town & Country minivan – and with consumers. Chrysler brand sales are up almost 20 percent this year, which is a great foundation for the brand heading into the next 90 years.”
The 90th Anniversary 200 will add an 8.4-inch touch screen with Chrysler’s Uconnect infotainment system, a power sunroof, a one-year Sirius XM Radio subscription, body-color power heated mirrors, leather-wrapped steering wheel, power four-way driver lumbar adjust, power eight-way driver seat and sun visors with illuminating vanity mirrors. Setting it apart will be front floor mats with the Chrysler Anniversary logo and the Chrysler Anniversary screen logo on the 8.4-inch touchscreen.
Similarly, the 90th Anniversary 300 adds more equipment to the top-of-the-line trim level for the executive sedan. The 8.4-inch touch screen starts up by showing the 90th Anniversary logo, and 90th Anniversary floor mats are also standard. 90th Anniversary versions of the Town & Country van build on the Touring-L model and add a power sunroof, chrome door handles, heated first- and second-row seats, a heated steering wheel and Keyless Enter ‘n Go as standard. As before, the 90th Anniversary logo is present on the touch screen and floor mats.