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Used Chrysler Cars For Sale

A famous name in America but one that has never quite risen to the same heights of recognition in the UK, Chrysler has been retailing vehicles on these shores for some time. It means there's a plentiful supply of used cars about from the brand and with a line-up ranging from small family cars to MPVs and coupes, quite a range to choose from.

Most popular selling Chrysler models

300c car for sale
8 cars available
300c car for sale
Priced from  £2,895 to £46,794
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Crossfire car for sale
6 cars available
Crossfire car for sale
Priced from  £2,690 to £6,495
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Delta car for sale
3 cars available
Delta car for sale
Priced from  £2,995 to £3,190
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Sebring car for sale
2 cars available
Sebring car for sale
Priced from  £3,100 to £3,299
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Voyager car for sale
5 cars available
Voyager car for sale
Priced from  £1,500 to £10,950
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Ypsilon car for sale
30 cars available
Ypsilon car for sale
Priced from  £1,795 to £5,690
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Chrysler in stats

Popular models: | Ypsilon (50%) | 300c (13%) | Crossfire (10%) | Grand Voyager (8%) | Voyager (8%) | Delta (5%) | Sebring (3%)
Popular body styles: | Hatchback (55%) | Mpv (17%) | Saloon (13%) | Convertible (7%) | Coupe (5%)
Transmissions: | Automatic (38%) | Manual (62%)
Fuel types: | Diesel (33%) | Petrol (67%)
Engines: | 1242 (40%) | 1248 (3%) | 1598 (5%) | 2776 (5%) | 2777 (8%) | 2987 (5%) | 3199 (7%) | 875 (7%)
Popular colors: | Red | Grey | Bronze | Blue | Black

A historic view on Chrysler

The Neon was an uncomplicated four-door saloon that propped up the Chrysler range in the UK until 2004. Pre-owned examples of this model can be picked up for next to nothing these days but a more desirable and common option is the PT Cruiser which rides on the Neon chassis. Distinctive styling and keen pricing made the PT Cruiser a significant success for Chrysler and the 2.2-litre CRD diesel models launched in 2002 are the pick of the second hand car range. Similarly popular is the 300C executive saloon. This car's all-American character and mechanicals borrowed from the Mercedes E-Class made it a distinctive alternative to the usual large saloon suspects. As a used car, the 300C looks more affordable still. Chrysler's links to Mercedes also spawned the Crossfire coupe and roadster models which are based on the Mercedes SLK. Again, the styling is more striking than beautiful but these sporty two seaters launched in 2003 are around for very reasonable sums on the used second hand car market. All of which leaves the Voyager and Grand Voyager MPVs which offer plenty of space and a surprising level of luxury in top spec forms. They're a cheap way to buy a used Chrysler family car with space for seven.

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