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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.
Chrysler News View All Chrysler News
Chrysler’s recent recall might just be the start of something bigger. The Center for Auto Safety (CAS) filed a petition with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) requesting a broader investigation related to the recent 2011 Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee recall. The American automaker’s SUVs have been recalled for a relay failure... more
The minivan segment may not be as popular as it used to be, but that’s not stopping Chrysler from investing in its next-generation model. The American automaker will shut down its Windsor Assembly Plant for 12 weeks in the first half of 2015 in order to retool for production of its next-generation minivan, which Fiat... more
Is the BMW M4 a worthy successor to the M3? AutoGuide.com‘s most popular video of the week tries to answer that question as our Director of Editorial Colum Wood takes the German automaker’s latest-generation sports car out for a review. Hybrid shoppers were interested to see how the Honda Accord Hybrid stacks up against the... more
Chrysler is planning to showcase a refreshed version of its 300 sedan during the L.A. Auto Show in November, but an image leaked today that might have blown its cover. Accoridng to enthusiast forum Allpar, this is an official image from Chrysler of the refreshed car. Despite looking almost identical to the current model, there... more
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has announced that a “thoroughly refreshed” 300 will debut at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show. Details on the 2015 Chrysler 300 are light, but the American automaker is expected to update the sedan with new styling along with numerous upgrades to the interior. Previously it was announced that the Chrysler 300... more
Now that our sporty-car shoot out is over, you’d think its time to return back to the hum-drum world of boring compacts and economy cars, but you’re wrong. This week we have two serious performance cars and two all-wheel drive, six-cylinder cars ready to tackle a cut-throat segment. 2015 Subaru Legacy 3.6R: Mike Schlee, Road Test... more