2014 Chrysler Town and Country Touring 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
I switched from '13 to '14 model for several reasons below: added blind spot monitoring, heated seats, remote starter in harsh winters.
This car absolutely rocks. First thing I noticed the steering is now more precise and firm. A rearview camera has obviously been improved as images look much crispier.
For me, the biggest complaint for the '13 model was a late shift from 3rd to 4th gear and back while in stop and go traffic which felt like a delayed acceleration. I drove several of these having the same issue. This is no longer the case, so obviously the engineers have made software adjustments and it now drives perfect.
Stow-n-go seats, lots of room, plenty of power, precise steering
Tire wear. These Yokohamas AVID they put on the vehicle do not last past 20k and I am not a tire burner.
Also, I am not particularly thrilled with Garmin software. With everything else looking awesome in this car, Garmin software looks cheap and outdated.
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