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2013 Chrysler Town & Country Minivan

2013 Chrysler Town and Country Minivan

The five-door minivan, dressed in smooth sheetmetal that stretches over 16 feet long and packing a forceful yet fuel-thrifty V6 powertrain, stocks standard leather upholstery on all trims for 2013 and represents a plush statement of carload transportation bringing a refined ride quality and 40+ available safety and technology features. Read More »

2012 Chrysler 300 SRT8 Full-Size Sedan

2012 Chrysler 300 SRT8 Performance Mid-Size Sedan

This Generation 2.0 rendition of the 300 SRT8 carries the formidable credentials of a street-legal racer: A lowered chassis with taut suspension tweaked for performance, massive 20-inch rear wheels wrapped in 255/45ZR20 Goodyear Eagle RSA speed-rated performance tires, big four-piston Brembo-brand brake calipers and a humongous 6.4-liter V8 engine that's a high-tech rendition of Chrysler's fabled HEMI plant with hemispheric combustion chambers. Read More »

2012 Chrysler 200 Convertible

2012 Chrysler 200 Convertible

A crisp character line etched into the trailing edge of each front fender stretches rearward across the doors and rises gradually to the tail deck. And a high beltline pitched parallel to the character line gains a chrome trim piece along the bottom edge of side windows. The vehicle, ranked in the mid-size segment with front-wheel-drive traction, carries the numeric label of Chrysler 200 as one step down in size and price from Chrysler's 300 series. Read More »

2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Compact Convertible Coupe

Chrysler's PT Cruiser convertible is all about retro fun. It's great for putting the top down and listening to the Beach Boys -- especially their "Good Vibrations" when you hit bumps. Body-color panels and lots of chrome make the PT's interior look like a custom hot-rod, only without the custom quality. Read More »

2007 Chrysler Aspen Full-Size Near-Luxury Sport Utility Vehicle

From the front, the Chrysler Aspen looks quite different from its sibling, the Dodge Durango. With squared-off corners, a bold grille and character lines running down the hood, it looks more like a luxury SUV than the Durango ever did. Blonde wood trim and lots of chrome make the Aspen's interior look upscale and sophisticated. When you add options like a navigation system, DVD player and power rear liftgate, it feels like a true luxury SUV for a lot less money. Read More »

2006 Chrysler Sebring Mid-Size Sedan

Chrysler's mid-size sedan under the Sebring name shares the front-end styling of Sebring Convertible including similar fascia and grille. Model designations for 2006 extend to trims labeled as Sebring, Touring, Limited and new TSi. Read More »