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!
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.
The 2015 Chrysler 300C has a new look, but is it enough?
The Chrysler 300S and I met on a cold, rainy Melbourne evening to head out for a quiet dinner in Armadale. This meant a mixture of stop-start city traffic and a relaxed commute through the inner suburbs.
Doing its best to take it to the premium Europeans, the Chrysler 300S is all about American 'flair'.
Showing its age in both quality and pricing, the Chrysler Grand Voyager Limited still has unique and impressive attributes.
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...
Four days, closed roads, torrential rain... How does the SRT8 go?
The Chrysler 300 SRT8 is not everyone’s cup of tea. For a start, it’s American...
The revised Chrysler Grand Voyager offers buyers a big diesel engine and loads of features, but is it enough for the big price tag?
Chrysler's gangster-rapper large car is back to steal sales from the Ford Falcon and Holden Commodore.