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Whatever your needs, you'll find first-hand impressions and professional opinions about the new Chrysler models that most interest you like the popular new Town & Country or the Pacifica. All Chrysler reviews include comparisons, interior and exterior analysis, options & features, and test drives.

2008 Chrysler 300
Smooth, quiet operation, tight handling, space, luxury: The Chrysler 300 sedan has it all, at attractive prices. Yet what the 300 has more than anything is bold, appealing styling.   

2008 Chrysler PT Cruiser
The Chrysler PT Cruiser combines the retro look of late-'30s American iron with modern performance, efficiency and features. The PT Cruiser comes in two body styles, a versatile five-door wagon and a not-so-versatile two-door convertible.   

2008 Chrysler Aspen
The 2008 Chrysler Aspen is a big, traditional sport utility vehicle capable of towing substantial loads. The Aspen is in the same class as the Chevy Tahoe, GMC Yukon, and Ford Expedition, but it has more luxury amenities than most of those vehicles.   

2008 Chrysler Sebring
The Chrysler Sebring was completely redesigned and introduced as a four-door sedan for the 2007 model year, then a two-door convertible was added in mid-2007 as a 2008 model.   

2008 Chrysler Pacifica
The Chrysler Pacifica helped launch a trend known in the industry as crossover vehicles. Crossovers are designed to combine the best attributes of sport-utility vehicles, sedans, and minivans. The Pacifica drives more like a minivan than an SUV or sedan, but doesn’t have the sliding doors or uncool stigma of a minivan.   

2008 Chrysler Town & Country
Chrysler has redesigned the Town & Country minivan for 2008. In addition to the popular Stow 'n Go seating arrangement, the new Town & Country offers Swivel 'n Go, which includes second-row seats that rotate 180 degrees to face a removable table that stores in the floor. With these improvements, Chrysler bills the Town & Country as the ultimate family friendly vehicle, and we agree.

Chrysler Cars

The Chrysler Corporation, which has actually been the DaimlerChrysler Motors Company, LLC, since 1998, and is known as the Chrysler Group here in the USA, has been producing automobiles since 1925. It's been the third largest of the "Big 3" auto companies for most of its history since then, but in January 2007, it outsold the traditionally second-place Ford.

Founded by Walter P. Chrysler, the company was built from the remaining assets of the Maxwell Motor Company in the early 1920's after he had originally been hired to overhaul the Maxwell-Chalmers company, which was having serious operations issues. The last Chalmers automobile was produced in 1923, and the first Chrysler was launched in 1924: a 6-cylinder car designed to be advanced, well-engineered, and reasonably priced.

As the years went by Chrysler expanded its operations, creating the Plymouth brand in order to offer lower priced cars (essentially re-branding 4-cylinder models), and the DeSoto brand in the mid-price range. The Dodge brothers' car company was later acquired, and, in 1955, Imperial became a brand of its own, setting Chrysler up as a direct competitor to GM, which also had five brands under its umbrella.

Chrysler's attempts at innovation weren't always successful. In 1934 the company used scientific aerodynamic principles to create the Chrysler Airflow line of cars, as well as the industry's first wind tunnel, which was used to design them, but the public didn't like them. Instead it was the conservative, conventional models from Plymouth and Dodge that carried the car maker through the Depression. Plymouth, in fact, actually increased sales during that time. On the other hand, thirty years later, Chrysler would be the first major car manufacturer to offer unibody construction, which became the industry standard as it produced less rattling when cars were driven. Additionally, Chrysler was the first to move from electrical generators to alternators, which would also become the industry standard.

Today, the Chrysler group is offering some of the most popular cars in America, including the retro-looking PT Cruiser, and the smooth-riding convertible Sebring, as well as the Pacifica SUV and the Town and Country minivan. It remains an important part of the American automotive industry, and the cultural landscape.