Chrysler Reviews

Chrysler was once one of the big-three carmakers alongside Holden and Ford in the local market with production facilities in South Australia, but it is now an importer selling a small range of models under the Fiat Chrysler Australia banner. The distinctively styled full-sized 300 sedan is available in three V6 versions, the 300 Limited, 300C and 300C Luxury, and the power-packed 300 SRT with its massive Hemi V8 engine.

The 300C is aggressive, the Genesis conservative. Despite the huge...Read more
The self-made man who buys the bling-mobile can be an active driver, not...Read more
Now for something completely different; a German Mercedes sportscar with...Read more
They boned a bit of kit from the SRT8 Chrysler 300 to produce the Core...Read more
The reasoning behind the Chrysler 300 SRT Core is as simple as the car...Read more
In a sea of similarity the imposing looks of the Chrysler 300C stood out...Read more
The family car market in Australia is totally dominated by Holden...Read more
*/ Chrysler 300 SRT8 Core and Holden Commodore SS-V Redline go head-to-...Read more
For some reason the guys and gals at Chrysler Australia don’t like their...Read more
The new Chrysler 300 SRT8 won’t be winning any beauty awards but that’s...Read more
While there are fears for the future of the once staples of Aussie...Read more
We turn the spotlight on the car world's newest and brightest stars as we...Read more
Chrysler Crossfire's shape is like nothing else on the market. Just look...Read more
Commodore Z and Chrysler 300 Ltd go head-to-head in this comparative...Read more
It isn't by any means lean, but it's certainly mean. The SRT8, pinnacle of...Read more
When it comes to the Chrysler 300, we’ve all heard the put-downs – Yank...Read more
This is how to drive around feeling like you're in a rap video clip. The...Read more
The modern car that most closely resembles a classic gangster staff car...Read more
A new home and a new family waiting to move in – that’s what’s on the...Read more

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