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The Chrysler Ypsilon Black&Red features a high-technology interior specification and alloys
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16 February 2012

The special-edition Chrysler Ypsilon Black&Red has gone on sale in the UK with prices starting from £12,750. Chrysler is trying to lure a greater proportion of younger buyers with the Ypsilon Black&Red, which was first unveiled at last year’s Bologna motor show wearing a Lancia badge.

The Chrysler Ypsilon Black&Red gets a well-specced interior featuring black and red fabric seat upholstery, dashboard and door linings, aircon, Bluetooth connectivity and a hi-fi system.

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The exterior of the car features black and red bi-colour paint, 16-inch multi-spoke alloys, fog lamps, black glass and body-coloured side skirts as standard.

The Ypsilon Black&Red is offered with three engine choices: a 1.2-litre petrol (£12,750), 0.9-litre litre Twin Air (£13,950) or 1.3-litre MultiJet (£14,950).

Chrysler is offering a zero deposit and £199 per month finance deal on the 1.2-litre version.

Katie Hayes

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ianp55 18 February 2012

Re: Special Chrysler Ypsilon revealed

I've not seen either the Delta or Ypsilon on the road yet, not surprising really how the Chrysler/Jeep retail network has been cut back to virtually nothing outside London and the Home Counties.

feckin maso 18 February 2012

Re: Special Chrysler Ypsilon revealed

Just back from Rome and seen a lot of these, interesting looking but somehow reminded me of an italian version of the rover 100. What did surprise me was the lack of new Alfas I seen, a few 159s but didnt see one Mito or Guilletta.

petrolheadinrussia 17 February 2012

Re: Special Chrysler Ypsilon revealed

Lee23404 wrote:
Has anybody actually seen one on the road yet

Possibly because the UK is full of more intelligence. They know this name from the Lancia - sticking Chrysler on the front is making it even worse !!!

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