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Widely acknowledged as one of the ‘big three’ motor companies in America, Chrysler stems from the Dutch automotive company Stellantis. Their weighty statues come from being the name behind the likes of Dodge, Jeep and Ram. The original company pioneered the muscle car back in the 1950s but modern-day models vary wildly; nowadays the Chrysler brand can be anything to anyone with SUVs, sports cars, minivans and 4x4s complementing their range. Find the right Chrysler service manual for your model here on this site.

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The 200 was launched as Chrysler's mid-size car to replace the Sebring in 2010. It was based on the popular 300 full-size car from the same American automaker and was discontinued in 2017 with no direct replacement


Introduced in 2005, the 300 (or 300c if in the UK) is a full-size luxury sedan that took over from the 300M line. It has gone through two generations of design and sits on the same platform as the Dodge Charger


The Pacifica took over from the Town and Country as the company's flagship minivan in 2016. It contains many features and cutting-edge technologies to help it stand out against the other minivans in the declining segment of the auto market

PT Cruiser

The PT Cruiser was a cult car that many either loved or hated. It entered production in 2000 and ran all the way through to 2010. Many special editions were offered along with a performance GT trim that bore a turbocharged engine


Acting as the company's mid-size car for 15 years, the Sebring was offered in one of 3 styles using 2 different car platforms. It was eventually replaced by the 200 after receiving disappointing reviews across the world

Town and Country

The Town and Country started out life as a station wagon before becoming a minivan in 1990. The company shifted the nameplate's focus towards the more popular segment of the auto market until it was finally retired in 2016

About Chrysler

Incorporated in 1925 by Walter Chrysler, the headquarters were established in Detroit and remained there right up until the move in 1996 (to Auburn Hills). As the company was created a few decades after the likes of General Motors and Chevrolet, the entry motor into the market was very different from its competitor’s offerings.

Where cars had been sold commercially for twenty years prior to the launch, Chrysler was afforded the luxury of understanding the buyer’s needs and requirements. As a result, the Chrysler Six was born.

This automobile manufacturer’s goal was to provide its customers with an advanced, well-engineered car at (most importantly) an affordable, realistic price point.

Arguably one of the most important contributions to the industry from Chrysler was the rigid wheel – a system that allowed an inflated tire to remain on the car after deflation; something that was adopted wildly by the motor industry.

There have been many mergers and pairings over the years which could be one of the reasons why the Chrysler automobile range is so diverse.

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