If you're old enough to remember the last wave of Chryslers, then you'll be mighty confused by the extremely odd range they're now punting. The whole spectrum from great to dreadful, with a mish-mash of anglo-Yank retro funsters in between. Not dull, but minefields never are.
$53,990 - $78,290
Fantastically kitsch cross between something from The Sopranos and the Ant Hill Mob from the Wacky Races. It's cheap, yet there's a Merc underneath. Funny how?
Perhaps even slightly cooler than its saloon-backed brother. Mainly because you could fit that many more unidentified mobster bodies in the boot.
$56,990 - $76,990
You've got a toddler already and twins on the way, and you don't have time to trawl endlessly for the ultimate practical big MPV. Your problems are over - it's right here.
$31,490 - $37,690
Extremely strange Happy Days styling masks a surprisingly practical hatch. But don't go near the cabrio - we've seen prams that look less like prams than this.
$30,990 - $51,490
If you see the boss of Chrysler tell him to write out a hundred times 'I must stop exporting offensively rubbish Mondeo wannabes to the UK. Because it's stoopid.'