Chrysler is an American automaker that started out as the United States Motor Company in 1910. It is one of the ‘Big Three’ automakers in the USA and now operates as a subsidiary of the Stellantis automotive company. It’s made a name for itself over the years as a manufacturer of premium vehicles across a number of classifications. In recent years, the Chrysler lineup has been reduced to just a few choice models that continue to impress in their segments.
This is a list of the Chrysler car models currently for sale in the USA:
|Chrysler 200 Convertible||173 hp||2.4L Inline-4 Gas||$27,950|
|Chrysler 300||292 hp||3.6L V6 Gas||$34,295|
|Chrysler Aspen||303 hp||4.7L V8 Gas||$34,730|
|Chrysler Crossfire Coupe||215 hp||3.2L V6 Gas||$34,735|
|Chrysler Pacifica||287 hp||3.6L V6 Gas||$37,270|
|Chrysler PT Cruiser||150 hp||2.4L Inline-4 Gas||$18,275|
|Chrysler Sebring Convertible||173 hp||2.4L Inline-4 Gas||$27,850|
|Chrysler Town & Country||283 hp||3.6L V6 Gas||$29,995|
|Chrysler Voyager||287 hp||3.6L V6 Gas||$35,495|
Luxury cars sell quite well in the US, so long as they don’t carry an obnoxious price tag, and this definition fits Chrysler cars to a tee. They may not be the most premium vehicles on the road, but they mimic the experience quite well. This has helped them go toe-to-toe with European competitors and remain popular well past their best-by date. But what else helps these vehicles stand the test of time?