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The beginning of Chrysler stemmed from the ailing Maxwell Motor Company, which Walter P. Chrysler had been appointed to overhaul. While many Chryslers were simply re-branded Maxwells in the early years, the new direction of the company was to build affordable quality transportation.
Chrysler Sedan Reviews
This year sees two new six-cylinder all-wheel drive family sedans enter the market, the Chrysler 200S and the Subaru Legacy 3.6R. Can Chrysler beat Subaru at its own game?
After years in park, Chrysler’s 200 finally joins the big boys for 2015. Coming off a total redesign, this midsize sedan is better than ever, brandishing fresh design, innovative features, a cushy cabin and much more.
The 300C AWD offers a heavy dose of style and luxury. Unfortunately, it also features a high price tag.
It may feel like a nice German suit inside, but the Chrysler 300 SRT8 looks and drives like a nice pair of jeans. That is, if jeans made 470 hp.
Chrysler Minivan Reviews
A significant upgrade, the 2011 version of Chrysler’s Town & Country minivan also gets a price hike to match. But considering this car’s reputation and its Japanese competition, is Chrysler being too confident?
Chrysler Convertible Reviews
Improved inside, outside and under the hood, the Chrysler 200 Convertible is a massive step forward from the Sebring, but that doesn’t change the fact that there’s still little reason to buy one.
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Each year, Consumer Reports conducts its Reliability Survey in order to determine which vehicles presented the most problems fresh off the assembly line. In this year’s study, the publication found that consumers complained the most about infotainment systems and associated electronics, as more and more vehicles adopt advanced systems that are supposed to make their owners’... more
Chrysler is under investigation for how it handled a pair of recalls that affected Ram pickup trucks last year. “We have concerns with the administration and execution of these safety recalls and accordingly have opened an investigation to collect further information from Chrysler about the details of administration and execution of these campaigns and the... more
The 2014 SEMA show is just a few days away and Chrysler has BIG plans for this annual Las Vegas event. The Pentastar’s Mopar division plans to show off a wide array of vehicles in the desert city. Their booth spans an impressive 15,000 square feet and will highlight specially modified cars and trucks from... more
The 2015 Chrysler 200 continues to excel at crash tests. The 2015 Chrysler 200 sedan has earned a five-star overall safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), scoring five stars in the following areas: frontal collision, side-impact simulating a two-vehicle collision and side-impact simulating a single-vehicle collision with a pole. It earned... more
Chrysler is recalling over 900,000 vehicles worldwide because of defects that could cause fires. Vehicles from the 2011 to 2014 model year equipped with the company’s widely-used Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 and a 160 amp alternator account for roughly 470,000 of the products that are part of the announcement. In those vehicles, the alternator can suddenly... more
Chrysler plans to bring a full lineup of concept vehicles to SEMA this year and has released a set of teaser sketches to preview them. Vehicles from Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, and Fiat will all be on display sporting custom upgrades courtesy of Mopar, but the big news is the debut of a new Dodge Viper ACR Concept.... more