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Chrysler brand cars, 1924-2018

1962 crowns

Also see our collection of Chrysler logos, the full story of Chrysler boats, and Chrysler concept cars. But first, a list of Chrysler cars, trucks, and SUVs, by name...

The ones they still make — or might make

2019 Chrysler 100: return of the small Chrysler?

Who knows?
2017 Chrysler 100
2015-18 Chrysler 300C: eight-speeds for everyone! with the Knob...

2015 Chrysler 300C
2017+ Chrysler Pacifica: nine speeds, state of the art tech 2017 Chrysler minivans


Chrysler Aspen, 2007-09: short-lived attempt at an upscale Durango

Chrysler Aspen, 2007-09
Aspen Hybrids: briefly made hybrids Durango, Aspen Hybrids
2007 Chrysler Pacifica: the advanced crossover gets some ups and downs 2007 Chrysler Pacifica

chrysler logo 2011

Rear wheel drive (until 1989)

The first Chrysler cars: 1924 brings a leap forward for Maxwell and the world

The first Chrysler cars
Airflow: years ahead of its time, copied around the world Chrysler Airflow: tech tour de force
Chrysler 300 Letter Cars: world-class sport-luxury cars

Chrysler 300 Letter Cars
Chrysler 300S 2012-14 concept and production cars 300S
Chrysler Cordoba: rich Corinthian leather Chrysler Cordoba
Chrysler Coronado: many cars and names DeSoto, Plymouth, Dodge, and Chrysler Coronado
Chrysler Enforcer police cars Chrysler Enforcer police cars
The last Newport and R-body New Yorker: ill-fated “clean sheet” cars Newport, New Yorker, St. Regis, Gran Fury
Dynasty-style Chrysler New Yorker: stretched K-cars with lots of chrome and luxury cues

Dodge Dynasty and Chrysler New Yorker
Chrysler C-Bodies: Fury, VIP, 880, 300, Newport, New Yorker, Polara, and Monaco

Chrysler C-Bodies
1937-38 Imperials: Longer, higher-trim, eight-cylinder Chrysler cars

1937-38 Imperials
1961 - 1977 Chrysler Newport: the big, “affordable” cars newport
Chrysler Phoenix: Luxurious, full-size Australian cars

Chrysler Phoenix

Chrysler rear wheel drive cars (21st century)

2011-14 300C, leaving brashness to chase upscale comfort2011 300C
2008 300C Rodeo DriveRodeo Drive


chrysler wing logo

Front wheel drive

2015 Chrysler 200 2015-17 Chrysler 200: The very short-lived but rather nice mid-size car

 c2002010-2014 Chrysler 200: The heavily revised Sebring that couldn’t get no respect
Chrysler 300M Chrysler 300M: Critically acclaimed, upscale front-wheel-drive cars

Creating the 1999 Chrysler LHS and 300M Creating the LHS and 300M: Spinning off two luxurious cars from the Dodge Intrepid

Chrysler Cirrus, Dodge Stratus, Plymouth Breeze Chrysler Cirrus: Acclaimed mid-size “cloud cars”

Chrysler Limousine and Executive Limousine and Executive: Extra-stretched K-cars of the 1980s with luxury aspirations

Chrysler E Class, Caravelle, 600ES Chrysler E Class, 600ES: A rushed stretch of the K-car yields midsize cars

Lancer and LeBaron GTS LeBaron GTS: Surprising sport-luxury sedans from Dodge and Chrysler

Super K Super K LeBaron: Is that really a LeBaron? 1982-1988

Dodge Spirit, Plymouth Acclaim, Chrysler LeBaron Chrysler LeBaron sedan: Acclaim-based family cars (in Europe, Chrysler Saratoga)

 Last Chrysler LeBaron (1991) at St Louis
 sebring convertible1996-2000 Chrysler Sebring Convertible: a hot seller, loved by critics
2001-2006 Dodge Stratus and Chrysler Sebring Sedans 2001-2006 Sebring Sedans: Second generation of the successful family cars

 sebring2007-2010 Sebring Sedans: the cars that killed the franchise...
Chrysler TC by Maserati Chrysler TC by Maserati: Rare two-seaters, still loved by their owners


Chrysler 180, 160, and 2-Litre Chrysler 180, 160, and 2-Litre: Competent, unpopular Franco-Anglo-American blends

Chrysler Alpine and the big chance Chrysler Alpine and the big chance: How Chrysler almost dominated a new market

Chrysler Centura Chrysler Centura: Australians shove a huge Hemi Six into little French cars

Chrysler Hunter Chrysler Hunter: also sold as a Humber, Hillman, Singer, and Sunbeam

1995-2006 Sebring Coupe and Avenger 1995-2006 Sebring Coupe: Dodge and Chrysler versions of the Mitsubishi Eclipse

Sunbeam: forgotten adopted Mopars Sunbeam: forgotten adopted Mopars
Chrysler Crossfire: fauxpar? Chrysler Crossfire: fauxpar?

A selection of concept cars

1951-1955 Chrysler Ghia Specials: Was Karmann Ghia an imitation?

1951-1955 Chrysler Ghia Specials  
Chrysler ME-412: Supercar prototype, killed by its own success?

Chrysler ME-412  

See the rest of the Chrysler concepts

Chronologies and more

Pinner: Chrysler-based ambulances Pinner: Chrysler-based ambulances Using powerful wagons to make 1960s emergency vehicles

Chrysler, Jeep, and other logos Chrysler, Jeep, and other logos Past and present symbols of the brands

How Chrysler nabbed Dodge Brothers How Chrysler nabbed Dodge Brothers A small company buys a huge one, just in time for the Depression

Jeep’s SEMA tease
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