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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.

Chrysler Reviews

Remember these cars? Well, you can still buy 'em new

Yes, we can still confirm the Mitsubishi Lancer is no longer on sale (but we like to double-check every now and then). But there are still plenty of models lingering around among all the new or relatively fresh metal in showrooms – vehicles that most people had forgotten were actually still available...

Design Review: Chrysler K-310 Concept (1951)

Who could resist another Design Review of a stylish American concept car from the past? This time we've chosen the Chrysler K-310 - the first in a series of concepts designed by Virgil Exner (1909-1973) during the 1950s, also known as 'idea cars'. But before we move on to the design of the K-310, let’s run a quick background check on its designer...

2015 Chrysler 300 SRT Review

There are few cars out there that makes less sense than the new Chrysler 300 SRT. But, with a burbling V8 and bucketloads of power, we absolutely love it!

2015 Chrysler 300 Review: 300C Luxury

The 2015 Chrysler 300C Luxury is still an impressively large and well-equipped package for the money. It's not flawless, but it remains eminently likeable.

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Chrysler Videos

Video: Road-testing the Turo car-hire app, and a Dodge Challenger!

It seems a little flippant to talk about international travel right at the moment, given all that is going on in the world. But the following story comes from a time, late last year in fact, when we could travel. We decided to put it together for you, to give you something to think about when you can travel again...

Disney•Pixar's Cars 3: The CarAdvice Panel reviews the film's star racers

To help celebrate the opening of the new Cars 3 animated blockbuster, we've teamed up with Disney•Pixar for a lighthearted review of the three stars of the film!

2016 Chrysler 300 SRT Review — With launch control demonstration

Ever since it stormed on to the local scene around ten years ago, the Chrysler 300 has been a runaway success for those after a large luxury sedan with meaty American styling. Fast forward to today and the range has been updated for the 2016 Model Year with fresh styling and new features...

2014 Chrysler Grand Voyager Limited Stow & Go Seats

You may have seen a recent video we did where Tegan demonstrated the “magic seats” in the new Honda Civic. If you thought that was practical and maybe a little bit cool, then take a look at the impressive “stow and go” system in the 2014 Chrysler Grand Voyager Limited. The Grand Voyager is already a very big car, with a big and deep boot even with all seven seats available...

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Chrysler Comparisons

CarAdvice top three cars of 2013: the testers' picks

Jez Spinks - Editor-in-chief 1. BMW i3 Will electric cars ever be bought by the masses rather than a minority mix of wealthy early adopters or government fleet buyers? We’re still many a year away from the former scenario, but the BMW i3 (above) is one of the most convincing examples of the breed yet...

Chrysler News

Hey Charger! 1972 Valiant Charger E49 ‘Big Tank’ for sale: $400,000

A 1972 Valiant Charger E49 ‘Big Tank’ has been listed for sale at close to $400,000. The $395,000 asking price isn’t a match for the record sums paid for Holden and Ford muscle cars, but it is one of the highest for a Valiant from the same era. Although not in immaculate condition, it is one of only a handful original examples remaining, say representatives for Australian Muscle Car Sales...

2007-2012 Dodge Nitro, 2008-2010 Chrysler Grand Voyager recalled due for airbag cover fix

Fiat Chrysler Australia has issued a recall of 5464 examples of the 2007-2012 Dodge Nitro and the 2008-2010 Chrysler Grand Voyager, due to a loose airbag emblem. The recall notice, lodged with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), says the loose airbag emblem may "become a projectile and propel towards the vehicle occupants causing serious injury"...

Road-testing the Turo car-hire app, and a Dodge Challenger

It seems a little flippant to talk about international travel right at the moment, given all that is going on in the world. But the following story comes from a time, late last year in fact, when we could travel. We decided to put it together for you, to give you something to think about when you can travel again...

Chrysler 300 SRT stripped back to one model, gets price rise

The Chrysler 300 SRT sports sedan has been reduced to one full-time model and has come in for a price rise to $77,450 plus on-road costs, which equates to more than $80,000 drive-away. The Chrysler 300 V6 ($59,950 plus on-road costs) and the basic Chrysler 300 SRT Core ($65,950 plus on-road costs) are now only available as a “customer forward order only”, according to a bulletin sent to dealers earlier this month...

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Chrysler Owner Reviews

2017 Chrysler 300 SRT Hyperblack review

Why did I buy this car? Well, because they have always made a great impression on me. Having owned a first-gen hemi 5.7-litre, I regretted the day I traded it in for a Hyundai Santa Fe. Although the Santa Fe was a good car, I missed the power and the creature comforts my Chrysler provided...

2016 Chrysler 300 C Luxury Review

This is a great car. The Chrysler 300c Luxury offers exclusivity in today's market of mainstream cars such as the Mazda6, Toyota Aurion, and Holden Commodore. The look is menacing and has plenty of power. However, the Bluetooth can sometimes take a bit longer to auto link when you get in...

2016 Chrysler 300 SRT Hyperblack Review

I'd thought about buying one of these for many years when they came out back in the mid 2000's because they definitely made an impression on me. It seemed you either loved them or hated them, over the years Chrysler have tamed the gangster / pimp look down a fair bit to something that is still quite unique without requiring you to wear a purple suit and carry a white cane to complete the look...

2013 Chrysler 300 SRT8 Core Review

After only owning ever owning Falcons the big Chrysler was a huge departure for me. It was love at first sight when I wondered into the dealership and saw one on the floor. After 20,000kms I can report my love has not waivered. The 6.4 hemi is brutal when pushed, but very civilized in normal day to day driving. The fuel economy is acceptable for a 2 tonne car with 347kw...

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