Chrysler is bringing about a horde of noteworthy tweaks aboard its flagship sedan, the Chrysler 300S, to perk up the style as well as the sound system of the brand's leading luxury car.
Chrysler group’s Jeep brand has revealed in a recent announcement that the 2014 Wrangler Dragon limited-production model will arrive at US dealer showrooms this fall. The Wrangler Dragon Edition – a concept of which was unveiled at the Beijing Auto Show last year – will be priced at $36,095, including shipping, for the base model.
Fuel economy, because of higher gasoline prices, has become a bigger factor for consumers when selecting a pickup truck in the past few years and this is what Chrysler Group LLC is betting on with regards to its 2013 line of Ram 1500 pickup trucks and gain ground on Chevrolet and Ford who are the leaders in this industry.
Car maker Chrysler came under a lot of contention after 23 different reports of fires surfaced in its 2010 Jeep Wrangler SUVs. Following this, US Safety regulator called in an investigation to look into the matter. The company is owned by the Italian auto giant Fiat, which is known for its supreme engines.
As per reports, it has been revealed that Chrysler is going to introduce wireless charging solutions in some of their line-up of 2013. They are the first one in the sector, which have announced the integration of wireless gadget charging technology in vehicles.
American car manufacturer Chrysler has launched two new models, dubbed the Ypsilon and Delta, in the UK.
Based on the Fiat 500, the Ypsilon is a small city car that comes equipped with TwinAir, 1.2-litre FIRE petrol or 1.3-litre MultiJet diesel engines.
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