This long-running American auto company, founded by former railroad mechanic Walter Chrysler, has been producing high-quality cars, vans, and wagons for over 80 years, and Chrysler's pride in that illustrious past can be seen in its classic gold seal badge and retro-inspired cars like the PT Cruiser. However, that doesn't mean that the Detroit-based car manufacturer hasn't remained innovative. Alongside proven family favorites like the Town & Country and 300 sedan, Chrysler has also delved deeply into hybrid and electric vehicle technologies with its in-house research division, ENVI. For more information on Chrysler models, check out our extensive list of reviews below.
The first hybrid minivan in America.
A full-size family sedan with power and comfort, sans the heavy price-tag.
All-wheel-drive midsized sedan.
A stylish, well appointed new midsize sedan, with a vew style from Detroit and Italy!
Still the quintessential minivan: a cavernous, well-appointed minivan.