Here we list out all the Chrysler SUVs that the company has sold so far. Some of them are out of production, while others are still going good.
SUVs and Minivans from Chrysler
The Auburn Hills automaker has not manufactured many minivans, crossovers or SUVs till date; in fact there are only a handful of them. Let us take a quick look at all those Chrysler SUVs that have come out so far.
After the debacle of the brand of Plymouth, Voyager started being sold under the badge of Chrysler since 2000. For 2000, the vehicle was marketed in base and SE variant. There were two engine choices available- a 2.4 liter 4-cylinder and 3.3 liter V6. Both the variants came with standard auto transmission system. The last Voyager was seen as 2003 model after which the production was stopped.
Back in 2000, we also saw Grand Voyager making its way under the Chrysler badge along with its smaller sibling, Voyager. This was the only year when we saw the big minivan after it left the Plymouth badge. Two engine choices were a 3.0 liter V6 and a 3.3 liter V6. Just like its younger sibling, even Grand Voyager was sold either as base or SE variant.
Pacifica wagon debuted back in 2004 but due to poor sales the vehicle was put out of production post 2008. The exterior of the vehicle was quite appealing and the cabin was versatile too. While the interior was comfortable enough for 4 passengers, it could hardly accommodate 5 of them and then there were reliability issues with this vehicle. A used 2008 model can be bought for around $12,400.
Aspen and Aspen Hybrid
Aspen SUV debuted in 2007 but again could not make it big in the market and hence was put out of production after 2009 model. In its final year, we also saw a hybrid version joining the line but unfortunately even that could not help Aspen. The two variants for final year were Limited and the hybrid version, Limited HEV. Regular Limited was powered by a 4.7 liter V8 engine and the hybrid version came with a 5.7 liter V8, which was teamed with an electric motor.
Town and Country
This one is perhaps the most successful offering from Chrysler as it has lasted for over two decades and is still going strong. The vehicle comes with a very potent line of engines and boasts of top class handling on freeways; however it does lag in terms of equipments as compared to some of its rivals. The starting MSRP of 2012 Town and Country is $29,995. We also hear that very soon Chrysler T&C will get converted into a compact luxury crossover.