Chrysler - used car research
Top^From 2000 to Now
Released: Jun 2007
Discontinued: Jan 2011
THE first mid-sized Chrysler sedan in Australia since the chart-busting first-generation Sigma of 1977 to 1980 hit the streets from June 2007, packed with value. Called the Sebring, it is an American-made, three-box, four-door, five-seater sedan designed to tackle the mid-to-top spec versions of the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord and Subaru Liberty, among others.
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Released: Nov 2005
Since Chrysler was swallowed up whole by Mercedes in 1998, many of its 'all-new' models are recycled old Benzes. Case in point: the 300C. Yet it has since proven to be one of the most convincing Chryslers in many years.
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Released: Nov 2003
Discontinued: Jan 2009
Mercedes supplied the platform and hardware for Chrysler's Crossfire coupe and convertible, in the form of the 1995-2003 SLK, yet the Americans couldn't quite match its donor car's style or grace.
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Model: PT Cruiser
Released: Jul 2000
Discontinued: Jun 2010
Based on the front-wheel drive PL2000 Neon platform, the PT Cruiser scored a massive hit with rock and roll styling, a spacious and versatile interior and relative affordability. But just like the New Beetle from VW, the Chrysler wagon's appeal was faddish, with the car's very styling now hindering what is otherwise an acceptable urban runabout.
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Top^From 1990 to 1999
Model: Grand Voyager
Released: Feb 1997
Discontinued: Dec 2015
It took over a dozen years for the Chrysler people mover to make it to Australia, but in the interim the Voyager series saved the company's bacon in America, and helped define a whole new segment.
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Released: Jul 1996
Discontinued: Jul 2002
The front-wheel drive Neon car was the Chrysler Corporation's answer to the Toyota Corolla. And for much of the 1990s it proved very successful - except for outside of America, where its high pricing and lack of refinement kept small-car buyers away in droves.
read more about the Chrysler Neon