Chrysler has reinvented itself during the past couple years with a fresh and bold new design, evident throughout its lineup. Style, performance comfort and reliability, the new Chrysler has it all.
Chrysler 300: A wildly successful sedan that has earned Chrysler the Motor Trend Best Car of the Year award for 2005. The 300 is a model that is reminiscent of the first 300, Chrysler’s premium sedan of the 1950’s. Bold styling and a luxuriously appointed, spacious interior that borrows from Chrysler’s sister company—Mercedes-Benz—leaves little for wanting. The 300
s not lacking in performance either: with a standard V6 or optional 340hp Hemi V8 on the 300C, the 300 is pleasing to all the senses.
Chrysler 300 C SRT-8: This is one of the best weapons in the American car industry’s arsenal in the perennial horsepower war waged against the German uber-sedans. The 300C SRT-8 is brawny, beefy and just plain mean. The SRT-8 takes the intrepid styling cues of the standard 300 to a whole new level, but the most noteworthy feature of the SRT-8 is its 6.1L V8—with a
staggering 425hp, it launches the big sedan to 60 mph in a jaw-dropping five seconds.
Chrysler Crossfire: This new sports car from Chrysler is an incendiary device of style and performance. The Crossfire is techno-chic: futuristic, yet nostalgic, it’s an eclectic means of expressive transportation. The Crossfire is also offered as roadster, with a folding convertible top.
Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6: Just as stylish as its standard model derivative, but faster than a speeding bullet, with a turbocharged V6 that puts out 330hp.
Chrysler PT Cruiser: Another nostalgic spin on contemporary auto design, the PT Cruiser is in a class of its own. Though built on a car chassis, the PT is anything but. Hip styling and loads of space characterize this one, and if driving a hard top just isn’t cool enough, the PT can also be had in a cabriolet version.
Chrysler Pacifica: A sleek new SUV that challenges the conventions of design—the Pacifica looks like a streamlined minivan on a truck chassis. Inside, the Pacifica has all of the optional luxury accoutrements that one would expect, with seating and storage for seven.
Chrysler Sebring: The Sebring is Chrysler’s midsize contribution to the car market, with a range of platforms to suit a variety of needs: in either a four-door sedan or a two-door coupe, and even a convertible variation on the latter. The Sebring is a wonderful blend of quality features at a reasonable price.
Chrysler Town and Country: One of the finest in its class, the Town and Country is tailored for the needs of those who need the functionality minivan. With the Limited options package, the comfort and style of a sedan is transfused into the open spaces of a minivan, with options like leather seating, three-zone climate control, and rear seat DVD entertainment.