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How much cost Chrysler Town and Country car insurance?
Chrysler Town and Country General Information
The Chrysler Town and Country is a faithful minivan with a frugal price. It has all the standard functions that you expect in a minivan and is also cheaper to insure than other vehicles in its class. All of this adds to a worthwhile vehicle, that unfortunately doesn’t carry the best safety rating. A four star rating from the NHTSA and a poor rating in at least one of its crash zones takes some of the shine away from the Town and Country.
How much does it cost to insure my Chrysler Town and Country
|Model Year||Total Premium|
|2017 Chrysler Town and Country||$1,254|
|2016 Chrysler Town and Country||$1,232|
|2015 Chrysler Town and Country||$1,213|
|2014 Chrysler Town and Country||$1,180|
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The Chrysler Town and Country is a kind of staple vehicle. It is a functional minivan that offers versatility and operates exactly as you would expect a minivan to function. It as a 283 hp 3.6 liter V-6 engine with a below average fuel consumption at just 17 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway. The Chrysler Town and Country has a lot of space for family or cargo.
Chrysler Town and Country Safety Rating And Damage Threshold
The Chrysler Town and Country has anti-lock brakes, stability control, and airbags from the front, side, overhead, and at the knees. The structure and safety cage was listed at a poor rating according to the IIHS. The primary area of concern was on the driver side with every other area graded as acceptable or good. The damage threshold of the Town and Country is $23,242 but is no longer in production so current purchase price may be lower and therefore the damage threshold would be altered.
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