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Do they still make Chrysler Aspen?

Do they still make Chrysler Aspen?

Chrysler has announced that it will discontinue its Chrysler Aspen and Dodge Durango full-size hybrid SUVs less than a year after first revealing them and only two months into their full-scale production. The main reason behind the move is the closing of the Delaware plant where they are made.

Why was Aspen discontinued?

October 29, 2008 Chrysler announced the move to discontinue in the face of declining SUV demand and its desire to focus on the hybrid version of the Dodge Ram pickup. The move was not limited to just the hybrid versions of the Aspen and Durango.

When did Chrysler stop selling the Dodge Aspen?

2007 was a bad time to introduce a luxury car on the market, but Chrysler didn’t know that, so it introduced the Aspen. It was based on the Dodge Durango platform, changed it here and there, and tried to sell it as a luxury car. It improved it each year, but in December 2009, it had to pull the plug after less than 60.000 Aspens were sold.

What are the specs of a 2007 Chrysler Aspen?

The crosscut grille is standard Chrysler fare, and the hood strakes mimic those on the Crossfire roadster and Sebring sedan. My tester came with 18-inch alloy wheels and P265/60R18 tires. Twenty-inch chrome wheels with P265/60R20 tires are optional. 77…. Show full review

What kind of SUV is the Chrysler Aspen?

Chrysler says the Aspen, its first SUV, competes in price with the GMC Yukon and in perception with the Lincoln Navigator and Cadillac Escalade — lofty targets indeed. Don’t be fooled: The Aspen is no Escalade.

Where did the 2007 Chrysler Aspen come from?

1st owner purchased on 04/10/07 and owned in CA until 02/27/20 • 2nd owner purchased on 02/27/20 and owned in TN until 06/04/21. 1st owner drove an estimated 5,066 miles/year • 2nd owner drove an estimated 6,370 miles/year.

When was the last time I serviced my Chrysler Aspen?

Last serviced in Saint Louis, MO on 04/16/21 • Vehicle serviced. Mileage: 229,194 miles Body Type: SUV Color: White Engine: 8 Cyl 5.7 L No accident or damage reported to CARFAX. 1st owner purchased on 02/03/07 and owned in TX until 04/03/09 • 2nd owner purchased on 05/06/09 and owned in TX until .

Are there any SUVs for the Chrysler Aspen?

Chrysler’s research revealed that, at trade-in time, 25 percent of its customers were swapping their cars for SUVs. The problem was, the brand had none to offer, hence brand-loyal buyers were forced to look elsewhere. That all changes with the rollout of the new Aspen.

Is the Chrysler Aspen too big to be agile?

Too big to be agile, the Aspen nonetheless handles with sure stability, and that includes during towing. Rearward visibility to the sides is hindered by wide C- and D-pillars.

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Ruth Doyle