Throughout the years, Chrysler has always found ways to keep drivers interested. One of the brand's most impressive traits has been its versatility. Chrysler models and models' parts can be appreciated for their luxury, sportiness, dependability, comfort, or all the above. Models such as the New Yorker, LeBron, Newport, and Imperial have played a role in helping stabilize the brand during different eras. There are also models that stand out on a more contemporary basis, including the Crossfire, widely recognized for its sleek and aggressive persona directed towards the sports-car demographic. The Pacifica settled in nicely, providing a stylish yet cosy package in the world of crossover SUV. And of course, the Sebring remains one of Chrysler’s most valuable properties given its luxurious design and solid sales numbers. Chrysler has consistently produced vehicles that end up at the front of their class, regardless of segment.
The rebirth of the 300 along with the debut of the PT Cruiser saw Chrysler turn a corner. The Chrysler 300 has become one of the most sought-after luxury cars on the market, easily keeping up with foreign marques that are used to leading the class. The PT Cruiser, a retro-styled 5-door wagon, displays a boxy shape rounded out by an aerodynamic flavour, not unlike the Airflow so many years before. With the fallout of the auto industry over the last year, there have been some changes within the company but the promise for a full recovery has held strong. In the face of what can sometimes be an uncertain automotive climate, Chrysler has always managed to not only endure, but come out of it stronger than ever.