Used Chrysler Information
The ChryslerGroup was founded in 1925 and eventually acquired the Dodge, Jeep, and Ram marques. Chrysler is now part of the Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles and once held the now-defunct marques of Plymouth, DeSoto, and Fargo vehicles. Chrysler also owns and operates the Mopar parts division and the SRT performance brand.
Historically, as one of the Detroit 3, Chrysler was an innovator and was known for its advanced engineering on several fronts. The company has been involved in aircraft, space, and other technologies as well as automotive, with many crossovers happening in those techs. As a result, many Chrysler vehicles from decades past are considered highly collectible classics today.
On today's used car market, many Chrysler vehicles will be found. Commonly, buyers will find the Chrysler Town & Country minivan, the best-selling minivan for some time now, the PT Cruiser, the 300, 200, and others.
The Chrysler 200 is a midsize sedan with a reputation for being refined for the segment, with an upscale look that belies its price tag.
The Chrysler 300 has long been the company's flagship full-sized sedan, with a unique and daring look that draws attention without being flamboyant. It's a favorite for its large size and well-developed ride and power.
The PT Cruiser, also sold as a Plymouth, is an enduringly-popular little hatchback that is a favorite among those who like small car usability and the retro look the Cruiser has.
The Town and Country is the best-selling minivan in the United States and has been for several years. It is a well-proportioned, comfortable family van that is popular for its interior fitting and comfortable ride.