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Cars, Minivans, and Trucks - car reviews, histories, and more

Allpar covers most Chrysler (Corporation, Group, and LLC) and related cars, minivans, and trucks. We also have a directory of all cars and trucks covered by allpar and car reviews.

Cars, trucks, and minivans

The car reviews include a variety of new cars from 1999 to 2009. You may also be interested in visiting acarplace which has many more reviews of competitive vehicles (by the same writers).

Other sections

The Over-200,000 Mile Club has Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, Jeep, Eagle, Valiant, and DeSoto cars with over 200,000 miles. We'd like you to submit yours. We update the lists each year or so.
The squad car section features police cars from the very first to the current generation.
The engines section ranges from the old flat-heads to the next-generation diesels. Special sections on the 426 Hemi, Max Wedge, LA series V-8s, and others. Also includes performance upgrades on the 2.2/2.5 TBI and other popular engines.
Full lists of Chrysler body letter codes and the cars they correspond to:

Front wheel drive | Rear wheel drive / Jeep | Trucks


Chrysler history including cars of special significance

Cars using Mopower:


We also have some special sections that defy classifications:


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