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Chrysler Nassau - 300C Successor?

With the 300C due for a revamp later this year, the Chrysler Nassau is perhaps the best look at what the 300C could become. Sitting on the same 120-inch platform as the 300C, it shares a familiar HEMI power plant and sends its power to the rear wheels. Replacing the 300C is no easy feat as it seems to have carved out its own genre in automotive design...

Cerbrus buys Chrysler

Although this isn't exactly breaking news, Chrysler Australia released a press release last week confirming the sale of the majority interest (80.1 percent) in the Chrysler Group to an affiliate of Cerberus Capital Management. Chrysler produces Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Mopar brand vehicles...

Chrysler Crossfire Becomes a Collectors Item

Its such a shame that when a company like Chrysler actually makes a worthy car, no one buys it. I guess all we expect of American manufacturers are big slow and somewhat "gangster looking" cars. The 300C has been huge success for Chrysler. However the Chrysler Crossfire, arguably one of the best looking cars to come with the Chrysler badge is ending production...

Chrysler 300C SRT8 Touring arrives

For those who love their fast wagons (comeon, I know who you are) Christmas has come early this year with the arrival of Chrysler's 300C SRT8 Touring Wagon. For a car that looks so mean and can turn almost any head, the 300C has been a revelation for the Chrysler image in Australia...

Chrysler Nassau Concept Jeep Trailhawk Concept Sketches

The Chrysler Group have give us a glimpse of two concepts that will be unveiled in January 2007 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit the Chrysler Nassau Concept the Jeep® Trailhawk Concept. Chrysler says that the Nassau concept is a four-door, four-passenger luxury coupe with an emphasis on driving dynamics...

Chrysler Sebring 2007

For those who are sick of buying Holden Statesmen and Ford Fairlanes, the Chrysler 300C has proved a very popular hit, as more and more of the beasts hit the road in Australia - its obvious that the last year has been good times for Chrysler in Australia. Having learnt from the 300C, and the Crossfire, Chrysler has decided to bring the Sebring to Australia in mid 2007...

Chrysler 300C Line-up

Chrysler 300C line-up The Chrysler 300C comes in a formidable line-up with Sedan and Touring versions both available with a potent engine range catering for everyone from the pure performance enthusiast with the 300C SRT8, to the fuel conscious with the state-of-the-art turbo diesel. The four distinguished powertrains include the: Smooth 3...

Chrysler PT Cruiser Cabrio (convertible)

Chrysler brought the PT Cruiser to Australia midway through 2000 and with a starting price of $33,000 and the wacky Gangster styling the PT Cruiser proved a definite head turner where ever it went. So 6 years has passed, we still don't have the PT Cruiser Turbo (from Chrysler's Street & Racing Development - SRT unit) but instead we have the new, and somewhat awkward Chrysler PT Cruiser Cabrio - Or as most people would call it, a Convertible PT Cruiser (or Cabriole)...