The car’s nomenclature is inherited from a 6.4-litre Hemi-engined limousine of 1957

Chrysler 300C

Can this reworked exec saloon take the fight to Europe’s finest?

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Chrysler’s big MPV has sharpened up its act for European buyers

Chrysler Grand Voyager

The Chrysler Grand Voyager offers ample room for seven in this comfortable and capable MPV

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The Chrysler Delta, an Italian-bred family hatchback promises style and luxury for less

Chrysler Delta

The Chrysler Delta is a bit different from the norm, but it is too patchy to recommend it highly.

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Those who travel to Europe will recognise the Ypsilon as a Lancia. It is uniquely badged as Chrysler for the UK

Chrysler Ypsilon

The Chrysler Ypsilon is a compact, economical five-door hatchback with cute looks and lots of equipment

From £10,6956

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