Unbeknownst to me, Chrysler has been selling cars in New Zealand, presumably to the MOPAR-or-no-car contingent of wealthy sheep that live there. Or, rather, Chrysler did sell cars down there.
The concept of sharing public roads with the 840-horsepower 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is scary enough in itself. It’s even scarier—for anyone involved—to realize that some of those 840-HP Demons could get stuck on their cruise-control setting while out there.
When I walk around New York City and watch people carelessly fling garbage into her streets, a part of me dies a little bit. But then I am cheered by the fact that Fiat Chrysler is still putting big and dumb motors in cars that have no business with motors that big or dumb. It’s stuck Hellcat engines into Charger,…
Being alone on the city streets at night can be terrifying with nothing going on, but it’s especially horrifying when you find yourself being attacked and chased by a road-raging lunatic.
Drake released a new album titled “Views” last month, but Spotify only managed to pick it up this week. I just got around to listening to it, noticing a lyric in the first song on the album reveals some beef between the rapper and Chrysler.
American cars used to be rear-wheel-drive and have V8 engines, as God and Ronald Reagan intended. The Chrysler 300 is the last American car that follows this format. What do you need to know before you buy a Chrysler 300? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
A new grill that's about 30% bigger, an upgraded cabin with a seven-inch display as standard and the eight-speed Torqueflite automatic under the metal. Meet the 2015 Chrysler 300.
While driving down Wilshire Boulevard to take some pictures of something fun (you'll see soon), I noticed this heavily-camo'd car. I stealthily snuck up to it in my loud, bright yellow car and snapped some pictures. We think this is the 2015 Chrysler 300.
I remember staring at it on hot summer afternoons, on one of the shady blocks on the other side of the train tracks from my middle school. The leaves cast green shadows on its long white fenders. The whole world disappeared in its grill. A 1962 Chrysler.
You know we're always ragging on modern-day Lancia for mostly being just rebadged Chryslers? That may end up being a good thing for us Americans next year, as it's possible the diesel version of the Lancia Thema — basically the Chrysler 300 — may hit our shores.
With gas prices at $7,50 a gallon, it doesn't make too much sense to have an American car in Europe. I guess that's why Detroit tries to sneak into the old continent with Chryslers rebadged as Lancias these days.
Black Eyed Peas leader Will.I.Am apparently went on The Tonight Show last night and launched a new car company he's calling IAMAUTO. This is apparently the first horrible product of that new venture. UPDATE: Or is this a custom DeLorean?
About six million years ago, back when Chrysler was a province of the Kingdom of Prussia, specialty builder ASC created the droptop Chrysler 300 Helios concept. Since then, others have built convertible conversions. Now, in time for SEMA '11, there's a new one.
Esquire is not only the first publication out the gate with a "Car of the year" list, they're also the first to fall flat on its face. Hearst's man mag spread the SEO love around, picking some commendable choices — like the Audi A7 as car of the year, and the Cadillac CTS-V Wagon as family car of the year.
The 2011 Chrysler 300 was trotted out as an all-new car. It wasn't. The 2012 isn't much newer, but it's still an improvement and there are now lots of them to choose from.
Muscle cars are over the top vehicles by nature. More power, bigger engines and faster quarter mile times have driven the advancement of muscle cars even before the term became popular in the early 60s. We want to know what you think is the ultimate muscle car.
"If there's one thing we want you to know," said the executives launching the 2011 Chrysler 300 sedan, "it's that this is an all-new vehicle." It's not, but it is better.
Chrysler will unveil the new Euro-spec Jeep Grand Cherokee with a 3.0-liter Common Rail Diesel (CRD) engine at this year's Geneva Motor Show. They'll likely also show off the new Chrysler 300. Sadly, we're only getting the latter.