Chrysler Ready to Evolve Through Innovation

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Chrysler dealerships never struggle to sell vehicles. From cars to SUVs, this automaker remains one of the most successful in the world.

In the years to come, just the same as the competition, Chrysler will be forced to make some big changes to its vehicle lineup. The reason? To meet new federal emission regulations.

Of course, Chrysler is not backing down from the challenge. The company has shifted its approach many times over the years, and is expected to do so again over the next decade.

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Chrysler Windsor Assembly Plant Upgrades Complete

Chrysler Windsor Assembly Plant

As one of the most popular automakers in the world, it only makes sense that Chrysler would have assembly plants all over the place. This goes a long way in ensuring that the company is able to keep up with demand.

For approximately three months, the Chrysler Windsor Assembly Plant was closed for renovation. During that time, the company put $2 billion into upgrades, ensuring that its minivan assembly plant remains one of the most modern and technologically advanced in the country.

Workers at the plant are excited that the renovation has come to an end. Not only does this mean they get to return to work, but even more importantly, they are able to do so in a state of the art plant that is unrivaled by most.

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What is the best Miami Chrysler dealer?

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Miami drivers are all talking about the best Chrysler car dealership in Miami, Miami Lakes Chrysler. That’s because of the customer service they are receiving from Miami Lakes Chrysler is superb—simply excellent. The staff is passionate about serving consumers that come in to check out different lease options and to test drive vehicles. They never act haughty or too good to talk to anyone, nor will they act annoyed if drivers ask questions. Because they care about drivers. Read the rest of this entry >>

Chrysler Sports Cars: History of the Big Three

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Gone, but not forgotten. Or so the saying goes.

But, when it comes to a few sports cars now gone from the Chrysler line, it’s possible that you have, in fact, completely forgotten about the Big Three.

Granted, it’s not actually been that long since they were on the road. However, their time on said road was rather short indeed and these cars are now considered a part of the Chrysler legacy.

So, who are these Big Three?

The Big Three were the sports cars conceived by the joint efforts of Chrysler, Plymouth, Mercedes-Benz, and Mitsubishi.

Sounds strange, it’s true.

And in some ways, the Crossfire, Conquest, and Prowler, were somewhat strange creations, but the combination of their blink and you’ll miss it existences and their unusual innovations lend them a fascinating quality worthy of a closer look.

Since they are no longer among the inventory at Chrysler dealerships, let’s go back in time and revisit some of the Chrysler legacy.

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Whatever Happened to the Chrysler Turbine Car?

Chrysler Turbine Car

The current generation of car shoppers have likely never heard of the Chrysler Turbine car, though it is perhaps one of the most innovative American cars ever created.

You won’t find one at your local Chrysler car dealership, they have since been relegated to museums and private collections of some automotive enthusiasts, like Jay Leno.

But, as arguably the most cutting-edge chapter in the Chrysler story, the Turbine car is worth a look.

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