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2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser Compact Convertible

Chrysler's 2005 PT Cruiser convertible gets more attention than virtually any car in its price range. Two of the hardtop Cruiser's four doors were dropped for the ragtop version, but it remains a practical and stylish alternative to the mundane look of minivans. Inside, the PT Cruiser convertible has colored panels that are painted to match the body. It makes the car look almost like a custom hot rod. Read More »

2004 Chrysler Sebring Coupe

Trim names change for 2004 editions of the two-door coupe variation of Sebring. The former LX edition becomes simply Sebring, while a former deluxe LXi now uses the tag of Limited to conform with nomenclature for other Chrysler cars. Read More »

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 »