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#1 kmpisces

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Posted 13 June 2014 - 12:24 PM

This is for Chrysler enthusiasts.  Why do you love these cars?  I think Crysler has put out some great looking cars.  That is the main reason that I am a fan.



#2 T14086

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Posted 13 June 2014 - 04:07 PM

So which ones do you like......and why  :)



#3 Dez97

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Posted 14 June 2014 - 12:59 AM

I like Chrysler cars because they have been around for ages one, and the more and more the generation goes up is the more the cars become more sleek, and beautiful. They have this look about them, that says hey watch out...like their nice, and clean with the interior and the outside is something to watch or, for sure. They are so beautiful. 



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Posted 21 February 2015 - 04:13 PM

The pt cruiser was a great car for poeple who like customizing things,i always wanted one but at the time was out of my financial range.Then i saw the massive mean head turning looks of the 300c.I have a large caravan and wanted a change from a 4x4 so this fitted the bill.Im not a fan of estate cars but in my view the 300c estate is better looking than the saloon.And more practical.I kind of feel like im going back to my stately home when im driving it,you simply could not get better value for money.It also helps if you can do bits and bobs yourself otherwise your pocket linings wont last long.



#5 DrBarrie

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Posted 02 June 2015 - 04:14 PM

Some friends of mine in Florida, USA have just taken delivery of a brand new

Chrysler 33C. They have had Chrome Wheel arches fitted and, being black in colour,

the effect is 'gob-smacking'

Barrie



#6 Sheen1

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Posted 26 January 2016 - 03:13 AM

Grand voyager purely for space...nothing beats it for seven seat comfort and space. Excellent long distance cruiser but annoyingly very costly for parts.

#7 Briscoe76

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Posted 20 June 2016 - 12:44 PM

Whats not to love about them. I detest the 'Euroboxes' that we are being forced to drive around in these days. All as dull as ditch water, full of grey plastic and boredom lol.

 

Ive had a Grand Voyager in the past, superb car, and i've just bought my first 300C diesel.

 

You get so so much for your money, and despite what everyone on Top Gear always says, not all of us like small, sporty manual cars that drive like they are on rails. Some of us want to arrive as fresh as we set off, in air conditioned comfort, while only feeling the odd bump or two along the way.

 

In steps the yank tank :D :D :D :D :D

 

Drive a big Chrysler and its smooth, quiet and effortless. Thats what i like about them


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#8 robbie2red

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Posted 10 July 2016 - 06:41 PM

I've just bought a GV 2006, and love it! It's old which I'm dreading all these problems I hear about on here, but it's only done 64k so I'm hoping with good maintenance we'll be ok. What I love about it is how smooth the ride journey is, it's like driving round on a comfy sofa! And brilliant and comfy for your passengers too!

Rob

#9 DrBarrie

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Posted 23 October 2016 - 09:16 PM

I  have a Chrysler Grand Tourer 3.3 cc both here in the UK and at my American home also.

Being Disabled as i am, i fully appreciate the Electric Sliding Side Doors and Rear door.

With my Wheelchair on board there still seats for 4 adults whilst the quietness and the

comfortable seats have to be experienced to fully appreciate this marvelous vehicle



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Posted 02 February 2018 - 06:18 AM

Although some cars have a look and feel that's more on par with the Japanese competitors and they sometimes fell short when it comes to execution, I like how Chrysler typically load its vehicles with great ideas and thoughtful features.



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Posted 17 February 2018 - 11:10 PM

Well. 3 years ago I decided to grow up and sell my 1993 Subaru Impreza V1 Type-RA and get a Happy Bus. But it needed to be comfy, full of extras, lots of things to keep me interested and have a bit of go about it. The Gen 5 Grand Voyager 3.8 V6 Swivel n Go ticked the boxes and then some. I was lucky to find the perfect one. 1 previous owner, full service history and only 50k miles. Also had the side steps which you don’t see on many. The kids love it since I eventually managed to hook up an Xbox. So far only issues have been brake pads/discs, which these heavy girls seem to like to chew through. I get better fuel economy than the Type-RA too, which @370bhp would dip into single figures mpg. Im looking to replace my Happy Bus for a 2015 Voyager this year. I love the Auto gearbox driving now and wouldn’t return to a manual. By far the best environment to be sat in.




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