Chrysler reviews

Chrysler has built an eclectic range of cars over the years – everything from radically styled hatchbacks and brash, all-American saloons, to small family cars and boxy yet hugely practical people carriers.

It decided to p..

Chrysler reviews

Used car reviews

7 Chrysler used car reviews

300C Saloon

Used Chrysler 300C 2005 - 2011

The 300C is a breath of fresh air in a rather staid executive...

Crossfire Coupe

Used Chrysler Crossfire Coupe 2003 - 2008

It's got interesting looks and has a lusty V6, but its steerin...

Crossfire Sports

Used Chrysler Crossfire Roadster 2003 - 2008

Its looks and V6 engine are great, but its numb steering and p...

Grand Voyager MPV

Used Chrysler Grand Voyager 2001 - 2008

To transport seven people and all their luggage, there's none...

Neon Saloon

Used Chrysler Neon Saloon 1999 - 2003

Big-booted American saloon stands out, but it's flawed by Euro...

PT Cruiser Estate

Used Chrysler PT Cruiser 2000 - 2008

It's fun to look at and fun to drive, but lacks the practicali...

Voyager MPV

Used Chrysler Voyager MPV 1997 - 2001

One of the most spacious MPVs around, but it's poor in almost...


Chrysler

Chrysler has built an eclectic range of cars over the years – everything from radically styled hatchbacks and brash, all-American saloons, to small family cars and boxy yet hugely practical people carriers.

It decided to pull out of the UK in 2015, after struggling with declining sales. However, there are still some Chrysler models that are worth considering if you’re buying used.

The Grand Voyager, for example, is one of the few MPVs that has room for luggage even when all seven of its seats are occupied, while the 300C – based on the Mercedes-Benz E-Class – is a refreshing alternative to the traditional executive saloon choices.


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