2009 Chrysler PT Cruiser Special Edition Released in Australia

Chrysler released a new 2009 PT Cruiser Special Edition in Australia that comes with unique interior and exterior upgrades only available in this limited series. The first things you'll notice when looking at the car are surely the new aluminum grille and the 17-inch SRT Design wheels. The car is finished in Brilliant Black exterior paint.

The car will be powered by a 2.4-liter engine that develops 105 kW (141 horsepower) and 214 Nm of torque. It is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission or a 4-speed automatic unit.

Inside, the PT Cruiser features new Embossed Momentum seat fabric, leather-wrapped steering wheel with bright silver accents, satin-silver finished gauge cluster with chromed rings and premium floor mats.

The car is offered with a wide array of standard interior features, such as power windows with auto-down function on both front windows, AM/FM stereo with six-disc CD player, 65/35 fold/tumble/removable rear seats, a centre console with sliding armrest and storage, Chrysler signature analogue clock, compass, temperature display, air conditioning, manually adjustable front seats with seat heaters, floor mats, cruise control and leather-wrapped steering wheel.

Other exterior highlights include body-colour front and rear fascias, body-colour fog lamp surrounds, Chrysler winged badge on the hood and lift gate, billet aluminium cross-hatch pattern grille, chromed door handles, chromed body-side trim spars, 17-inch SRT Design wheels, fog lamps and a hoop spoiler on the rear.

There are no pricing details at this point but more information will be released soon as the car will hit the showrooms in the near future.
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