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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 »

2005 Chrysler Pacifica Full-Size Minivan

The Chrysler Pacifica starts at $24,315 for 2005, more than $5,000 cheaper than last year's base model. With a rear suspension from the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and some other parts from the Mercedes bin, it drives a lot like a luxury car. Even with a lower price this year, the base Pacifica is still a great place to spend a long road trip. It has comfortable seats and a quiet, roomy interior. Read More »

2005 Chrysler Sebring 2-Door Mid-Size Coupe

The two-door coupe variation of Sebring shows up in two trims for 2005 with base Sebring and upscale Limited. Both look cool and curvy with shapely front fascia etched for foglamps and followed by a sleek hood and side sill moldings. Read More »

2005 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 extend to three trims this year labeled as Sebring, Touring and Limited. Read More »

2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser Compact Convertible

Another ragtop from Chrysler comes to market as the 2005 PT Cruiser Convertible. It looks like the lid of a conventional Cruiser was pried off and a shapely roll bar added to arch across the 2+2 cockpit like the curvy handle of a basket. This open-sky edition gets a power convertible soft top with the rear glass window wired with an electric defroster. Read More »