Chrysler

The Voyager has become the favourite in the luxury people carrier market and the 300c is establish as a luxury saloon, but more recently has been joined by 2 newer models, the Ypsilon and the Delta. With new models and an extensive TV campaign there is now a return to some sort of range that were not around a few years ago. This American brand that has close links with Fiat have now deveoped 2 extra hatchbacks, so there are more options than before.

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Vehicle Make: Model / Type:

Id. No 1108071: Grand Voyager, se, Private, 3000 Miles Annual, 2 Years, Diesel, , 10.28am: Used by companies, celebrities, hotels, airports around the world, well respected.
Id. No 1107806: 300c Saloon, 300C, Private, 5000 Miles Annual, 3 Years, Petrol, 2007 Chrysler 300C turbo diesel dark colors(black,dark blue) mileage no more 60.000 22 alloys, 10.46pm: Large luxury saloon from the USA

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The Italian Connection

Attend any of the European motor shows, saw Paris or Geneva, you will notice that all Chrysler cars are "badged" as Fiat. This is because Fiat own a large proportion of this USA manufacturer and have chosen to add this brand to the Fiat range. This is not so in the UK, but its obvious that the Voyager is American designed, but the newer Ypsilon is an Italian design based on similar Fiat and Alfa models. Some older models, that are discontinued in the UK, such as the Journey are still available in mainland Europe.