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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 »

2006 Chrysler 300 Full-Size Sedan

Titled under a numeric label, Chrysler's flagship series of large-scale sedans ride on a platform developed through parent DaimlerChrysler and share some components with a sedan by Mercedes-Benz plus two cars from Dodge. Read More »

2006 Chrysler 300 Full-Size Sedan

Like a classic muscle car or chopped street rod, the Chrysler 300 has a mean, all-American look like no other car on the road. Available with a 340-horsepower Hemi engine, this big sedan can burn some serious rubber. A comfortable interior in the Chrysler 300 offers plenty of space and is built to a high standard. Soft materials and tight construction are impressive, especially considering the car's sub-$24,000 base price. Read More »

2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser Compact Station Wagon

You'd be hard pressed to notice the difference, but Chrysler's PT Cruiser got a facelift for 2006. The new headlights look like a biology lesson on cell division, but the car remains unchanged in spirit. An all-new interior in the PT Cruiser is different but not necessarily better. The biggest improvement can't even be seen: sound insulation that keeps the cabin quieter on the highway. Read More »