After almost single-handedly resurrecting the U.S. convertible market in the early 1980s, Chrysler has worked hard to retain its foothold...
It's make or break time for Fiat, which is in the process of buying up the rest of Chrysler from the United Auto Workers union.
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Chrysler recently revealed details of its future lineup to its dealerships, presenting more than 60 new or refreshed models to dealers at a conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Chrysler 200 is the automaker's midsize sedan, but it may not be that way for long.
Chrysler design chief Ralph Gilles says stylistic changes may be coming to future Chrysler models.