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Chrysler releases list prices; Ram on top

by David Zatz on

Chrysler has released the list prices of its 2011 models, including the Fiat 500 and a dizzying array of Ram permutations. The price charts are on our 2011 models page in somewhat more digestible form.

Of note are some new additions, including the 200 S ($26,790), 200 S Convertible ($32,490), and Chrysler Town & Country Touring L ($32,995). The full Dodge Nitro line is available for one final year. Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger are both present, with Charger adding a bit extra for those extra two doors, and Challenger SRT8 proving itself one of Chrysler’s priciest vehicles with a tag of $44,680. That’s enough for two Avengers or Journeys.

The Grand Caravan Cargo Van is showing up for its final year as a Dodge with a bargain price of $21,800, which is below the Express.

Caliber remains Chrysler’s starter car, with a base price of $17,830. On the other end of the spectrum for non-truck-buyers is the Grand Cherokee Overland Summit 4×4, weighing in at $46,775 — above the Challenger SRT8. That luxury vehicle can be beaten in price by the Ram 3500 Laramie Longhorn Mega Cab LWB 4×4 at just about $57,000, more than any Ram chassis cab.

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