Sold around the world, the 300M is designed to
appeal to a whole new generation of enthusiasts with a rare
combination of responsive performance, distinctive design and
premium appointments, all at a competitive price. For 2001,
the Chrysler 300M features an optional luxury group with genuine
California Walnut wood interior trim, new tail lamps, new 17-inch
painted and chromed aluminum wheels, steering wheel audio controls,
optional side air bags, as well as new interior and exterior
New features for 2001 include the optional new
traction control and speed-sensitive steering package on the
LX, leather interior group, steering wheel with audio controls,
optional side air bags, rear center three-point seat belt, new
interior fabrics and colors, as well as new exterior colors.
With a major redesign for 1998, the award-winning Concorde still
stands out in the full-size sedan segment with its stunning
design. Performance is a priority for both Concorde LX and LXi,
with two powerful and efficient V-6 engines, the 200 horsepower
2.7-liter 24-valve V-6 engine and the 225 horsepower 3.2-liter
24-valve V-6 engine, respectively.
The Chrysler LHS stands out as the brand's most
luxurious sedan. Chrysler LHS is designed for those who want
an American automobile that makes a statement with its styling,
yet demonstrates the handling characteristics of a touring sedan.
Providing a full array of features, the Chrysler LHS is offered
with only four major options, including a new luxury group with
genuine California Walnut wood trim, chrome wheels, sun roof
and upgraded Infinity® II sound system with a four-disc in-dash
The segment-defining Chrysler PT Cruiser has
forever changed the landscape of the automotive market. It has
also changed the way people view the Chrysler brand, creating
an image as important as the vehicle itself.
Chrysler Sebring Convertible
The new 2001 Sebring Convertible delivers 32
more horsepower and 23 more lb.-ft. of torque than the model
it replaces. Its new 2.7-liter V-6 engine is 8-10 percent more
fuel efficient, while delivering 200 horsepower at 5800 rpm
and 193 lb.-ft. of torque at 4300 rpm. Additionally, the Sebring
Convertible is even more fun to drive with a higher level of
structural rigidity and stiffness and an active intake manifold-tuning
valve that provides even more usable torque.
The Sebring comes as well as Coupe and Sedan
Chrysler Town & Country Minivan
The all-new 2001 Chrysler Town & Country minivan
continues to stand out as the premier luxury car alternative.
Town & Country created the premium minivan segment when it was
first introduced in 1990, and today still holds the lion's share
of the segment. The Chrysler Town & Country attracts discriminating
buyers from various age groups, with and without children, showing
that a minivan is for buyers who need a vehicle that meets their
active lifestyle, not life stage.
Chrysler Voyager Minivan
Chrysler Voyager is the vehicle of choice for
consumers who want the convenience and versatility of a well-equipped
minivan at a great price. Voyager LX is a minivan for consumers
who prefer to drive a standard-wheelbase minivan, but want more
equipment options that best suit their individual needs.