Walter Chrysler founded Chrysler in 1925 in Michigan (US). The first 6-cylinder Chrysler was packed with features well ahead of competitors in innovation. In 2009 the company filed for Bankruptcy but was bailed out by the U.S. government. 2010 saw Chrysler and Fiat parter up for mutual benefit. In Australia the Chrysler 300c, Grand Voyager and Sebring Cabrio are all available.
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Chrysler 300 SRT8 Core launches at Targa Adelaide
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