The Chrysler company is known officially as FCA US LLC which encompasses their other major brand Fiat as well. Chrysler Corporation was originally established way back in 1925 from the remains of the Maxwell Motor Company. You can find an official Chrysler owner’s manual by choosing the model you have from the list on this page and then selecting the year.
Browse by Chrysler Model (4 in total)
200For just 6 years the 200 was produced alongside the larger 300 model, from 2011 through to 2017. Originally the 200 was based on a Mitsubishi platform but when the second-generation model was released it borrowed the chassis from the Sebring
300In 2005 the first 300 models were rolled off the production line to replace the 300M and Concorde. Most models were sedan-shaped but some were station wagons - there were even several performance trims such as the SRT8 on offer too
PacificaBucking the trend going against minivans is the Pacifica, a model that continues to sell well even though most auto manufacturers have moved away and onto crossover SUVs. Part of its success is down to the high safety rating, rare for such a tall car
Town and CountryJust as minivans were starting to explode in popularity Chrysler introduced the Town and Country. It was a popular model but as tastes changed in the auto market the model was discontinued in favor of the Pacifica that appeals to a modern audience
In 1998 the company was bought out by Daimler-Benz but was then broken up again in 2007 for the brand to go on alone.
During the 1960s the Chrysler company went on a buying spree, taking over European car manufacturers to gain a foothold in those territories.
During the great recession of 2008, the company was pushed to the edge, requiring help from the government to survive, which it barely did.
Many different models have been released over the decades that Chrysler has been in operation. They were the company responsible for inventing the mini-van in the 1980s and now carry on that legacy with the Town and Country model.
The brand’s flagship sedan model allows the normal family man to own a bit of muscle in the form of the Chrysler 300 sedan. A large “Hemi V8” engine version exists if you are brave enough, pumping out over 400 horsepower.
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