If you're looking for a new vehicle, with the many models from different manufacturers that are available you should be able to find one that is a style that suits you. Or maybe you want a used vehicle? Whichever way you should be able to find something that you will be happy with for years.
First let's look at some of the new models of Chrysler's. For sedans you have a choice of the 300, Sebring, and of course the ever popular PT cruiser. SUV, crossover and mini-vans you can choose between the Town & Country, Pacifica, and the Aspen. Don't forget the coupes and convertible choices. You have the Sebring convertible, PT cruiser convertible, and the Crossfire.
Other domestic manufacturer offerings are just as varied with GM and Ford each drastically reshaping at least a few of their models to attract younger buyers, “hip" buyers with money, and the environmentally conscience buyer who tends to be better educated and earn a higher income than the average car buyer.
On Chrysler's website they have an announcement for a new hybrid vehicle that is coming soon called the Aspen hybrid. With all the hype for hybrids it's a sure bet that this new vehicle by Chrysler - adding on to the existing similar models of Toyota's Highlander hybrid, Ford's Escape hybrid, and Chevy's Tahoe hybrid - will be a great seller.
However, if you are truly fuel conscience, you might prefer a hybrid coupe such as the Honda Insight (which is no longer being manufactured), Honda Civic hybrid, or Toyota Prius. New hybrid coupe models coming forth include the Honda CR-Z and Nissan Altima. Ford, meanwhile, is working on a similar concept car known as the Reflex.
It's best to pick out a few styles you like and study a bit more about them such as the safety features, and also the mpg of the vehicle. You might be surprised by what you find out.
And don't forget about price and overall, long-term affordability. Of course one of the most important things in this economy is the cost of the vehicle. Just because you're quoted a price at one dealership it doesn't mean you won't be able to find the same vehicle someplace else for a much cheaper price.
Check out a few dealerships and see if one will give you a better deal than the other. At times you might be able to play each dealership against each other and get an even better price then you thought was possible. Good luck in your search for a new domestic GM, Ford, or Chrysler. Or if you prefer an import: Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Mitsubishi, VW, as well as the many other less common manufacturers and exotic and exclusive car makers such as Maserati, Maybach, BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover, and so forth.
The Brent Brown Auto Group (http://www.brentbrownauto.com ) runs several dealerships, including Chrysler Provo in Utah, to offer a variety of virtually every modern-day car manufacturer so you can find the perfect vehicle. Billings Farnsworth is a freelance writer.