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You will feel like the king of the road while driving a used Chrysler. You’ll breeze by other drivers in style and elegance. The current range of vehicles from this American manufacturer is small but quite sufficient. With a convertible, two sedans (one of which is available in high performance) and a minivan, there’s Chrysler for any type of client. With powerful and ecological engines, your used Chrysler won't disappoint you and give you peace of mind, whether it’s a daily commute, or a special holiday trip. The interior is elegant and simple at the same time, with many features, including a state of the art safety system and driving aids. The power of a used Chrysler is waiting for you. Browse our inventory and select the right used Chrysler that fits your budget and desire.

Chrysler Canada - Used Chrysler for sale

Founded as the Chrysler Corporation in 1925, Chrysler Canada Inc. is based in Windsor, Ontario, and celebrates its 86th anniversary in 2011. Chrysler Canada's product lineup features some of the world's most recognizable vehicles, including the Dodge Grand Caravan, Jeep® Wrangler and Chrysler 300 and Ram trucks. Chrysler Canada is a wholly owned subsidiary of Chrysler Group LLC, one of the world's leading automotive companies. Chrysler Group LLC, formed in 2009 from a global strategic alliance with Fiat Group, produces Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge, Ram Truck and Mopar® vehicles and products.  [Read more]

Chrysler Is Committed to 9-Speed Transmission

Sergio Marchionne, Fiat Chrysler Automobile chief has gone on record saying that the company is committing to their industry-changing 9-speed transmission, despite setbacks last year caused by it. The automotive giant was forced to delay it's 2014 Jeep Cherokee by two months late last year while their engineers worked to rectify a software flaw in it's 9-speed automatic transmission. The company had a lot riding on the success of the SUV and needed to ensure that it's shiny new 9-speed, an industry first, did not disappoint. Marchionne said that the new transmission will continue to be used through Chrysler's line-up of FWD models. This transmission is also installed in the company's Chrysler 200 sedan. While the Jeep Cherokee does not use it's fuel efficient ninth gear all the time, the 200 does use it during normal operations. The operating software for it in the 200 is being refined, and the car is on track to arrive on time in showrooms, during the second quarter of this year.

Marchionne Speaks At Toronto Auto Show

Sergio Marchionne, CEO & President of Fiat S.p.A. and of course, top guy at Chrysler addressed us media types at this year's auto show in Toronto. In his keynote speech, Marchionne first apologized for the troubles and chaos caused when the North American auto industry seemed to self destruct, requiring bailouts and bankruptcies to set itself straight again. He listed numerous mistakes made by the industry six years ago and said that they would all do a better job thanks to refinancing and reorganization. Eager to get "past the past", Marchionne then praised the direction that the auto industry is taking, as it restabilizes and is starting to show strength not seen in nearly a decade. He spoke of the industry's renewed vitality and of it's return to profitability. He pointed out that there were 1.7 million new cars and trucks sold in Canada last year, and we are on track for more this year.

Marchionne Stepping Down

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne has announced that he plans to step down at the end of 2018. That year will mark the completion of his $70 billion, five year strategic plan announced on May 6 to expand the combined automakers. Marchionne said in an interview that he plans to do something else, perhaps pursuing other interests such as theoretical physics. He said "I am not going to do any more turnarounds. I'm done; let some of the young punks do it." He has suggested that the role he fills will have to be reconfigured, possibly being split among more than one executive. While it is not an official list, there are a few names being tossed about as potential replacements for Marchionne. Some of these include Fiat's European chief Alfredo Altavilla, Jeep head Mike Manley, head of Fiat Brazil Cledorvino Belini or CNH Industrial CEO Richard Tobin. It is certain that Chairman John Elkann, a member of Fiat founding family Agnelli will not be on the list. As the company's largest shareholder, he has said that his non-executive role "has worked well" for the family.

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