Tag: Chrysler

Safer At Any Speed: This Corvair Monza Is Actually A 2004 Chrysler Sebring

The Chevrolet Corvair was powered by an air-cooled, horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine mounted at the rear. And if that recipe, which landed it in hot waters with Ralph Nader’s 1965 book “Unsafe at Any Speed”, sounds familiar, it’s because it’s largely the same found in the Porsche 911. It makes sense, then, that one would […]

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A 1984 Chrysler Imperial Crown Tourer Could Have Been The Ultimate Luxury Minivan

Nowadays, luxurious minivans are becoming the norm, particularly with the launch of vehicles like the new Kia Carnival. However, what would a luxurious minivan have looked like if introduced in the mid-1980s and based on either the Plymouth Voyager or Dodge Caravan? That’s what these renderings depict. The vehicle in question has been dreamed up […]

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Immaculate Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country Convertible Will Bring You Back To The ’80s

K-Cars are often the butt of jokes, but there’s something strangely alluring about this 1985 Chrysler LeBaron Town and Country Convertible. Set to be auctioned by RM Sotheby’s next month, this particular model looks virtually brand new and has only been driven 12,345 miles (19,867 km) in the past 36 years. That’s an average of […]

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FCA US Sold Almost 198,000 Jeeps In Q1 – And Two Dodge Vipers

FCA has released its Q1 2021 sales chart for the United States, revealing that they parted ways with two Dodge Vipers, a model whose production officially ended in 2017. It’s unknown how many of them still reside in dealer lots nationwide, but Dodge also shifted four of them last year and five in 2019. Mind […]

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This Is One Of Just Two Privately-Owned, Running 1963 Chrysler Turbine Cars

Along the road of technological advancement, there were a lot of dead ends. Few are quite as pretty or interesting as the 1963 Chrysler Turbine Cars, though. Inspired by America’s fascination with the jet age, Chrysler decided to investigate the feasibility of turbine-powered cars, starting in the mid-’50s. And why not? Gas turbines were quiet, […]

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Stellantis’ Jeep, Alfa Romeo, Ram, Chrysler Hit Rock Bottom In U.S. Customer Service Satisfaction

Dodge, Jeep, Chrysler, Ram, and Alfa Romeo all scored below their segment averages in J.D. Power’s 2021 Customer Service Index survey. The four Stellantis brands all suffered in a year when the average customer satisfaction rose. That improvement in satisfaction came as a result of many dealers rising to the challenges of the pandemic. Although […]

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Peugeot’s US Invasion Canceled As Stellantis Wants To Focus On Alfa Romeo Instead

Stellantis has officially confirmed that Peugeot will not expand into the US market and the planned return for the French brand has been canceled. The conglomerate confirmed the decision to Automotive News today, but questions about the plan had been raised ever since the Stellantis merger that was finalized early this year. The confirmation follows […]

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2021 Chrysler Pacifica Gets Mopar Accessories, Including A Collapsible Pet Kennel

Facelifted for the 2021 model year, the Chrysler Pacifica is now available with a series of Mopar accessories that make life on the go more pleasant and enhance the minivan’s practicality. “Mopar offers more than 85 quality-tested, factory-backed accessories across Chrysler brand’s award-winning minivan lineup. From roof racks to pet kennels, Mopar offers even more […]

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