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The Big Three came within inches of becoming the Big Two during the financial crisis of 2008-2010, as Chrysler filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, requiring a government bailout and a merger with Italian giant FIAT to save the 80-year-old brand from extinction. But the Chrysler group still holds Dodge,
Jeep, Ram Trucks and the SRT performance division under its corporate umbrella, and things are looking up.
But despite a diverse corporate lineup, the Chrysler nameplate itself currently carries three vehicles. The sole two-door offering is the new 200, which hasn't set the world aflame but is a major improvement over the miserable Sebring. It comes as a hardtop or convertible, and also as a standard four-door sedan that obtained an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ in 2013. The brooding and powerful Chrysler 300 is also benefitting from a drastic redesign that recalls big American sedans from decades past, but featuries modern drivetrains like the 3.6-liter V6 that manages 31 highway MPG with RWD, and 27 MPG with AWD. The original minivan continues to evolve in Town See more... See Less