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Air bags. Standard advanced multistage

driver and front-passenger air bags(1)


nearly instantaneous front-seat occupant impact protection by matching air bag output to crash severity. Standard supplemental side-curtain air bags(1) with roll-sensing technology deploy from the headliner to provide three rows of side-impact

protection to all outboard passengers. This technology also keeps these air bags deployed longer in the event of a rollover.


Integrated second-row booster seats.(2)

These ingenious child booster seats fold up from

the second-row seat to maximize convenience and

eliminate the extra bulk and clutter of separate aftermarket child booster seats. Available in the Swivel ’n Go® seating and storage configuration.


Blind Spot Detection System (BSD).(3)


traveling in forward gears, this system activates a visual warning to drivers that another vehicle is beside them. BSD includes the Rear Cross Path System (RCP)(4) that warns the driver of traffic moving toward his/her vehicle with an illuminated icon in the side-view mirrors and an audible chime. It activates any time your vehicle is in reverse and is exclusive to Chrysler minivans.



Rear Park Assist System.(5)

Available ParkSense uses audio and visual

warnings to assist drivers during reverse parking

maneuvers to avoid colliding with most large

stationary objects.


ParkView® Rear Back-Up Camera.(5)


available rear-view camera system displays an accurate visual reference of what is behind your vehicle when you are driving in reverse.

Tire Pressure Monitoring System. This standard feature continuously checks air pressure in the tires and sends a warning when appropriate.

Sliding Door Alert System. Standard on all manual and power sliding doors, this system warns other drivers by flashing Town & Country’s exterior lamps when passengers are entering or exiting the vehicle (feature must be activated).

SmartBeamintelligent headlamps. For optimum nighttime visibility, Town & Country’s available headlamps automatically adjust intensity.

Rain-sensing wipers. Another available feature that improves visibility. rain-sensing wipers adjust automatically for your vehicle speed and the amount of precipitation encountered.

Electronic Stability Program (ESP).(6) Designed to assist drivers in maintaining control of their vehicle at all times, ESP uses the collective technologies of Brake Assist, all-speed traction control, and an antilock brake system (ABS) to constantly monitor the driver’s input against the vehicle’s actual course. If needed, ESP will attempt to correct the vehicle’s course by automatically applying the brake and/or reducing engine torque. If necessary, engine power is reduced and braking is applied to help stabilize the vehicle.

Sentry Key® Theft-Deterrent System. This practical security feature comes standard and helps deter vehicle theft by making it virtually impossible to start the engine without possession of a properly encoded key.


Flashlight. The available dual purpose LED

light is located in the rear cargo area and is

designed to be easily removable, easily portable,

and rechargeable.

(1) Always sit properly in the seat with the seat belt fastened. Children 12 and under should always be in a backseat correctly using an infant or child restraint system, or the seat belt positioned correctly for the child’s age and weight. (2) Booster seat is only for children under 57" tall, between 48 and 85 pounds. Always buckle seat belt properly. (3) Blind Spot Detection utilizes sensors in the vehicle bumper which help detect adjacent vehicles which may not appear in vehicle mirrors. Always check visually for vehicles prior to changing lanes. (4) Always check entire surroundings visually before backing up.(5) Always check entire surroundings before backing up. (6) No system, no matter how sophisticated, can repeal the laws of physics or overcome driving actions. Performance is limited by available traction, which snow, ice and other conditions can affect. When the ESP lamp in the speedometer flashes, the driver needs to use less throttle and adapt speed and driving behavior to prevailing road conditions. Always drive carefully, consistent with conditions. Always wear seat belts.


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