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standard equipment includes full power accessories
Signature Series exemplifies Walter's original vision
Car and Driver
the rear seat entertainment system is pretty robust
The 2008 Chrysler Aspen is loaded with many creature comforts even in base trim.
The Aspen is offered with a single trim level, but both two- and four-wheel-drive models are available. While "standard equipment includes full power accessories," according to Edmunds, "customers who want a more upscale experience can opt for the [2008 Chrysler] 28J Quick Order Package that adds 20-inch chrome wheels, automatic climate control, leather-trimmed seating, heated front seats, driver seat memory, laminated door glass and a power liftgate with rear parking assist.”
The optional 2008 Chrysler navigation system and a plethora of audio and entertainment options will keep you on track and make you feel at home during the morning commute or on cross-country adventures. Mother Proof says "the rear seat entertainment system is pretty robust," but notes that the "remote control is cleverly hidden in the overhead console and can be removed, which makes it much easier for the kids to lose."
Car and Driver remarks, "Aspen SUV buyers who opt for the Signature package get toys including a power sunroof, the MyGIG MP3 entertainment system with SIRIUS satellite radio, and a rear camera." This 2008 Chrysler Signature package also includes an electronic shift-on-the-fly transfer case (4WD models only) and heated front seats with leather trim.
Other available features include second-row captain's chairs, rear seat heaters, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, a navigation system, Bluetooth connectivity, remote starting, and skid plates.
The 2008 Chrysler Aspen has more standard features than the Durango, along with high-tech entertainment options.