The tough Slant Six engine dragged many Chrysler products into longer life cycles than the rest of the cars could bear. This well-used LeBaron tells the story.
Since the early 1960s, we’ve had two kinds of automatic transmission shifters: The column shift and the floor shift in a console (forgetting the pushbutton TorqueFlite on the Plymouth Valiant). The last few years, shifter territory has turned into a Wild West, with manufacturers putting them all over the car, in any number of configurations. All three […]
Minivans aren’t the coolest cars out there, but they’re still a favorite with families. It’s hard not to love the convenience of sliding door, lots of seating, and the ability to quickly reconfigure the interior for cargo instead of passengers. There are five different Sienna models from which to choose, starting with the base L […]
Automobile manufacturers pull out all the stops a couple times per year to make the most of their sales potential. One of the most apparent marketing initiatives always comes during the Christmas holiday season. Lexus’ tag line is the “Lexus December to Remember” Sales Event. Chrysler’s is called the “Big Finish 2014.” A new study […]
Amid the dogs and joggers near a Bernal Heights park in San Francisco was this 1975 Chrysler Cordoba. It was in fine shape, and it was for sale.
The LeBaron GTS was Chrysler’s appeal to BMW buyers, a K-car-based hatchback imbued with European flair.
Thirty years after they introduced the first minivan, Chrysler reinvented the segment with the introduction of the all-new 2017 Pacifica earlier this year. Now they’re adding a hybrid plug-in Pacifica to the lineup giving families the convenience of a minivan with the road trip-worthy fuel economy of a hybrid. Minivans aren’t the go-to family vehicles […]
From a complicated time in Chrysler’s history comes this 1989 New Yorker Mark Cross. It’s all used up, but its formal style still makes an impression.
Thanks to advanced safety technology, the simple task of running your car through the car wash can be a multi-step procedure, sometimes requiring deep research in the manual to avoid the embarrassment of being stuck at the beginning of the tunnel.