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Tracing its roots to Maxwell Motor Company, established in 1904, the company would be reorganized into the Chrysler Corporation by Walter Chrysler in 1925. The previously ailing Maxwell Motors turned to Chrysler to turn the company around. He would help launch the Chrysler Six, a vehicle that was ripe with innovative technologies such as four-wheel braking, rubber engine mounts to prevent vibrations, and ridged rim wheels to prevent flat tires from flying off.

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The vehicle was well-received, and the company would rapidly expand, achieving the second-most sales in the country within the decade. Based on his previous tenure at Buick, Chrysler took a page out of GM's book and quickly set up different sub-brands for different niches and price ranges; this included Plymouth, DeSoto, and Dodge.

Over the following decades, Chrysler would continue to be a major innovator in the automotive world, creating the first all-transistor car radio and the first electronic fuel injection system, among other innovations. Along with innovations, the brand also had many rocky moments and different owners, but it remains strong today as a part of the Stellantis Group.

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Over the years, Chrysler has significantly downsized their model lineup as different brands under their umbrella handle different vehicle segments, such as RAM for pickup trucks. This, however, simplifies the search during Chrysler auctions as you won’t have to look for specific models within the lineup, worrying if one is more popular than the other.

Chrysler Pacifica

Chrysler Pacifica

While Chrysler may not have many vehicles, the Pacifica partially makes up for it by being recognized as the best minivan on the market. The interior of the Pacifica is a masterclass in both form and function, with a seemingly endless amount of storage and seat configurations. Chrysler’s hallmark Stow n Go seats allow the second-row seats to fold flush to the floor, allowing for impressive cargo space.

Powering the Pacifica is a 3.6 V6 making 287 hp. A plug-in hybrid version is also available and adds two electric motors and a 16 kWh battery.

Chrysler 300

Chrysler 300

Introduced in 2011, the 300 is one of the last full-sized sedans left on the market. Known for its bold and angular design, the 300 is both imposing and comfortable.

In its second and last generation, the 300 comes standard with a 3.6L V6 that makes 292 hp. A 5.7L V8 is also available, which outputs 363 hp. For its final year, a limited amount of 300C models are available, which come with an even larger 485 hp 6.4L V8.

Chrysler Voyager

Chrysler Voyager

For all intents and purposes, the Voyager is a Pacifica. However, in 2020 Chrysler took what were previously the low-end L and LX trim levels of the Pacifica and separated them into a Voyager model. Typically restricted to fleet sales, these models provide excellent value opportunities at Chrysler auctions for those that don’t need all the upscale materials used in the higher-end Pacifica trims.

Powering the Voyager is the same 3.6L V6 making 287 hp that’s found in the Pacifica.

Chrysler 300

Other Chrysler Models

While the current lineup is small, Chrysler has had a much more extensive lineup over the past decade. Along with the above models, there are surely some other freshly discontinued models that you should look out for at Chrysler online auctions.

  • Chrysler Pacifica
  • Chrysler Voyager
  • Chrysler Town & Country
  • Chrysler 300
  • Chrysler 200
  • Chrysler PT Cruiser
  • Chrysler Sebring

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As a brand that has been a pillar of the American automotive industry, Chrysler continues to be held in regard by many.

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