Tag: MiniVans

2013 Chrysler Town and Country Minivan awarded as “Best Family Hauler” continuously 8th time

The Chrysler with the owner’s most trusted and awarded minivan – the 2013 Chrysler Town and Country – is again chosen for the 8th continuous year, by the panel of consumer-minded Detroit News reader-judges, the Detroit News Readers’ Choice “Best Family Hauler” at the 2013 North American International Auto Show[NAIAS], which is announced on the annual Detroit Auto Show preview week. The Chrysler Town and Country has proven as the best family hauler by its last week record breaking award for the 12th continuous time in Polk Loyalty Award in the Minivan segment.

Engine & Performance : The high trust on Chrysler Town & Country by owners shows the loyalty towards the Minivan which is naturally created by its phenomenal power, efficiency and creative seating arrangement with ample space and storage system. The Minivan has a 3.6 Litre Pentastar V-6 famous Engine which is quite capable of producing a horsepower of 283[286.92 PS or 213.95 kilo-Watts] and with 62TE 6-speed automatic transmission is



Renault New Minivans – Sleeker Scenic – Grand Scenic

Renault-Scenic-and-Grand-Scenic-2012 There’s seldom anything particularly exciting or glamorous about a minivan. But that doesn’t mean their producers can’t keep trying. Enter the new 2012 Renault Scenic, and its big brother, the Grand Scenic. Renault-Scenic-And-Grand-Scenic-2012-Right-Side Being European MPVs as opposed to American minivans, the Scenic – and even the larger, seven-passenger Grand Scenic – are typically smaller than the big family-haulers we’re used to on this side of the Atlantic.

But with facelift Renault has just given the line, they’re also considerably sleeker-looking than the vehicles we’re used to seeing lined up outside the local elementary school. Renault-Grand-Scenic-2012 That much comes down to the new lights and bumpers front and rear, elements that Renault has packaged with an upgraded interior and a raft of new engines and technologies that set the new Scenic range apart from the one it replaces. A pair of low-emission engines – a 115-horsepower, 1.2-liter turbo and