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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Sports Coupe

Cast low on big wheels with sculptured body lines raked across an exaggerated hood and over the rounded roof to a bulbous boat tail rump, the new Crossfire sports coupe seems like a designer's homage to streamlined automobiles from the Thirties in the artistic era of Art Deco. Read More »

2004 Chrysler Pacifica Minivan

The new Chrysler crossover sport utility vehicle is large -- as long as the biggest sedan and equally wide, with a prominent hood and broad grille consuming the face between corner clusters of projector-style headlamps. Read More »

2004 Chrysler Crossfire Compact Sport Coupe

Stomp that throttle on rare straight stretches but tap the brake before turning into all of these tight curves as we rip up California 79, a wiggly line of wrinkled asphalt that climbs over humps of the Laguna Mountains to scenic Lake Cuyamaca pitched about a hundred miles east of San Diego. Read More »

2004 Chrysler Pacifica Full-Size Wagon

On palm-fringed Prospect Avenue in La Jolla -- the ritzy seaside enclave of suburban San Diego where super-rich residents steer mega-bucks car candy with labels like Ferrari, Porsche and Lamborghini -- we observe that more than a few of the sidewalk shoppers pay unusual attention to our vehicle with their heads turning and fingers pointing as we roll by. Read More »

2003 Chrysler Concorde Large Sedan

The large sedan from Chrysler looks elegant with an egg-crate oval grille dominating the abbreviated prow and slinky body lines off a bulging low hood followed by massive expanse of canted glass. Read More »

2003 Chrysler 300M Performance Large Sedan

The performance sedan from Chrysler rides on the same chassis as Concorde, although for 300M the platform stretches longer as wheels pin to corners. The result: A stiff and balanced structure that produces crisp handling traits. Read More »