After almost single-handedly resurrecting the U.S. convertible market in the early 1980s, Chrysler has worked hard to retain its foothold...
Chrysler has a tendency to fall below water and pull itself up again right before it drowns in an ever-spectacular fashion.
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Chrysler is now selling certified pre-owned cars from their competitors—complete with a full inspection and Chrysler's own warranty.