Sales of the minivan in November were up 20% over last year, and the Town & Country recorded its second best sales month this year with 9,689 minivans sold last month.
November also marked the second straight month of sales increases for the Town & Country and reverses a recent downward sales trend for the Chrysler minivan.
With the double-digit sales increase, the Town & Country had the largest percentage year-over-year increase of any FCA US vehicle in the month of November.
Sales across all FCA brands led to the 68th consecutive month of year-over-year sales gains for the company. In total, seven FCA US vehicles set records in the month of November, including four Jeep brand vehicles.
The strong sales come just months after FCA shutdown the Windsor Assembly Plant earlier this year for a $2 billion investment in training, retooling and new equipment in the facility for the new minivan program. Chrysler has built the minivan in Windsor since 1983.