Chrysler used the 2012 Los Angeles Auto show to introduce a couple of new variants of two of the company’s best-known models.
First is the 2013 Chrysler Town & Country S. This luxury-themed version of the brand’s minivan adds specific interior and exterior styling touches, as well as some extra standard equipment.
The exterior can be painted in one of four colors: Brilliant Black, Deep Cherry Red, Stone, White, or Billet Silver. Trim includes a black-tinted chrome grille, “S” model insignias, and 17-inch alloy wheels. The interior is trimmed in black leather with cloth seat inserts and gray stitch detailing. Piano Black trim and a black headliner are also included.
The other is the 2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition. This special version of the off-road ready Rubicon includes steel bumpers with removable end caps, increased ground clearance, a dual-intake “Power Dome” hood, side rails, and unique trim. The interior can be finished in available red-leather upholstery.
The limited-production Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition will be available as a 2-door Wrangler and a 4-door Wrangler Unlimited. Both versions will go on sale in spring 2013.
CG Says: Chrysler continues its tradition of adding new versions of existing models. While the Town & Country S focuses mostly on style, the 10th Anniversary Rubicon adds additional hardware along with unique exterior appearance.
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