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Chrysler Replacing Entire Range for 2011 Model Year

Chrysler is getting ready to launch an important product offensive as part of the company’s rebirth plan under Fiat’s management.

The U.S. automaker announced that it plans to replace its entire vehicle range for the 2011 model year. In other words, the next few months will see Chrysler bring all-new or facelifted vehicles to the market.

As a sign of the change, the recently introduced all-new Chrysler winged badge logo will rightfully adorn all this new metal as it rolls out to the public,” stated the press release.

The first vehicle included in this offensive has already been presented. We are talking about the 2011 Chrysler Town & Country minivan. Another fresh presence will be the all-new 2011 Chrysler 300, which will make its debut by the end of the current year.

These will be joined by the 2011 200 model, which will replace the Sebring. This will include certain elements from the 200 show car that was revealed 2 years ago. The company will offer a sedan and subsequently, a convertible version of the 200.

"What Chrysler Brand will be, and what will make it unique, is that it will give people beautiful shapes, which would otherwise be out of reach. It will always deliver a bit more than the customer expects," said Olivier Francois, Chrysler Brand President & CEO. "At every turn, Chrysler Brand and its vehicles will deliver what people deserve, not just what they expect. It will take appointments - design, technology, and engines, to name a few - that were borne for a few and deliver them to the masses."
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