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The Town & Country is a minivan in Chrysler’s fleet. It starts at just under $30,000. However, as a buyer in the market for a new car you should take into consideration the associated costs of ownership. Your expenses don’t just stop once you finish paying off your car loan. You need to consider such factors like what fuel economy will be, how costly car repairs will be, and how expensive your monthly insurance premium will be. If you’d like to learn more on how to save on your Chrysler Town & Country insurance, read on.
The Town & Country comes in 3 trim levels: The Touring, Touring L and Limited.
They all come standard with an automatic transmission as well as a 3.6 liter six cylinder engine. While it has improved much over past models, there are still better models out there if you’re in the market for a minivan. Even though this is the case, it is still a solid performer.
Standard on the base model are the following features: rear parking sensors, automatic headlights, power driver seat, and a touch-screen stereo. In addition to these features, you get Chrysler’s Stow ‘n Go system. Essentially what this does, is it “stows” the second row seats into the floor for additional space.
As you go up in trim level you see more amenities. Customize it at your leisure.
2010 Town & Country owners paid an average of $1,200 annually. How can we reduce your insurance payments?
Perhaps the simplest way to save on your car insurance is by doing a little bit of preliminary research. As a rule of thumb, you should get quotes from at least 3 different insurers. Keep in mind that not all of them will give you the same rates, and that some might have incentives and discount programs that others do not. By shopping around you are ensuring that you get the best possible deal.
Another way to save could be by lowering certain levels of existing coverage, or getting rid of coverage you don’t need. Perhaps you are a member of an auto club, and they provide roadside assistance. Do you really need it through your insurance company as well? If you’ve been accident-free for some time, you may consider raising the deductible so that you get more savings on a monthly basis. However, this is a trade-off as you will be responsible for more up front in the event of an accident.
The 2012 Town & Country has been named a Top Safety Pick by the IIHS due to the fact that it passed all of its crash tests with the top score of “good”. The NHTSA has also rated this model and given it 4/5 stars for front crash tests, 4/5 stars for rollover risk, and 5/5 stars for side-impacts.
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