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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
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.
It may look like a toned-down refresh, but the 2011 300 is all new and feels it, designed to appeal to a wider customer base with added luxury, technology and a front grille that won’t scare away more bashful buyers.
It’s not class leading, but the new 200 means that Chrysler finally has a car than can be considered a competitor in the all-important mid-size sedan segment.
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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Chrysler has withdrawn a request from the Canadian government that was seeking financial assistance for updating assembly plants in Windsor and Brampton, On. In a statement, the company says that its projects were being used “as a political football,” which is not to the benefit of Chrysler. Because of this, Chrysler will invest its own... more
Need a car to get you from Point A to Point B without costing you a fortune each month in insurance premiums? AutoGuide has compiled a list of the Top 10 cheapest cars to insure. The estimated annual premiums for the vehicles on this list are based on a study conducted by Insure.com, which calculated averages... more
Chrysler has announced that the 2014 Town & Country will be priced from $31,760 including destination. Marking a $145 price increase from last year’s model, the Town & Country is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. The Chrysler Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition will start at $36,690 and is based on the Touring-L model... more
Chrysler has redesigned its 200 sedan for the 2015 model year. The convertible version, however, will receive no such update. When the 2015 Chrysler 200 arrives in the second quarter of this year, the American automaker won’t be offering a convertible variant in the lineup. Last year, less than five percent of the 122,480 Chrysler... more
In the wake of one recall, Chrysler is crying “mea culpa” on another exposed by the previous fix. A recall Chrysler carried out in May, 2013 saw roughly 296,000 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Commanders called back to have their the final drive control units re-flashed. But after carrying out the update, which was meant to... more
The 2014 Chrysler 200 has earned a four-star overall safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The sedan received four stars in front, side impact and rollover crash tests and is also an IIHS Top Safety Pick. The highest rating a vehicle can earn from NHTSA is five stars. SEE ALSO: 2015 Chrysler 200... more