No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Chrysler reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Holden Commodore: Chrysler 300 vs Ford Falcon XR8
The Commodore is more refined and a better drive than the Chrysler but don't forget the excellent Falcon XR8. It's now effectively a GT and, apart from the high seating position, has very few flaws at a great price.
Australia on track for record recalls in 2014
Australia is on track for a record number of recalls this year – and it will be a close call to eclipse the number of new cars sold.More than 1.1 million cars have been called back to dealers for ...Read More
Chrysler 300C engine mileage
I'm afraid it's not possible to say, but the Chrysler engine is a quality-built unit and with proper maintenance it should run for several hundred thousand kilometres I can't be any more exact than that.
Used Chrysler Crossfire review: 2003-2009
Now for something completely different; a German Mercedes sportscar with an American body, a low price tag and styling that looks like nothing else on the road.Read More
Chrysler SRT V8 headlight issue stalemate
The headlight issue has reached a stalemate. You say it's a problem, Chrysler says no. If you wanted to take it further you could consult a licensed Vicroads engineer and get an independent opinion. You can get a list of the engineers from Vicroads. As for the sat-nav voice recognition issue, keep on their case.
Used Chrysler 300C review: 2010-2011
In a sea of similarity the imposing looks of the Chrysler 300C stood out and appealed to many buyers who wanted to be seen driving something fresh and different.Read More
Used Chrysler Sebring Review: 2007-2013
The family car market in Australia is totally dominated by Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon, but from time to time other marques have a go at creating competition.Read More
Chrysler 300C SRT8 headlight fogging
The photo you sent us shows heavy fogging in a part of the lens, which is unusual. We don't hear of headlights fogging, and having to wait 20 minutes before it clears seems excessive. I would urge you to persist with the dealer, and Chrysler, until you get a satisfactory response/solution.
Chrysler recalls another 4,250 cars in Australia
Thousands of Fiat Chrysler Group cars in Australia are being recalled as part of a worldwide problem with automatic head restraints. Fiat Chrysler Australia says 3725 Jeep Cherokee cars built between ...Read More
Used Chrysler 300C review: 2005-2012
Ewan Kennedy road tests and reviews the used Chrysler 300C.Read More