About Chrysler Canada
Chrysler is a subsidiary of the larger Chrysler Group, which is one of the largest North American automakers. The company was founded in 1925 by Walter Chrysler. Chrysler Canada is headquartered in Windsor, Ontario and contains other brands including Jeep, Dodge, Chrysler, Ram, and FIAT. The current product line includes the Chrysler 200, 200 Convertible, 300, and Town and Country.
The Chrysler 300 series was first introduced in 2003 and is considered to be "The Most Technologically Advanced in its Class". The 2012 300 won numerous awards including Ward's 10 Best Engines, Kelly Blue Book’s (KBB) 10 Best Family Cars, and Best Buy by the Consumers Digest. This vehicle is most popular for being featured in a Super Bowl advertisement with rapper Eminem, with the latest "Imported From Detroit" slogan.
Rear Cross Path Detector System
This system provides a warning to drivers when vehicles are outside the driver’s field of vision and are moving behind the vehicle. This is available on the Chrysler Town & Country and Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Blind Spot Monitoring
This system uses dual ultra-wide radar sensors to notify drivers if vehicles are in the blind spot zone via an illuminated light and audible chime. This is available on the Chrysler Town & Country and Jeep Grand Cherokee.
|Chrysler Model||Chrysler vs. Top Competitor Models|
|200||Hyundai Sonata, Dodge Avenger, Ford Fusion, Honda Civic, Chevrolet Malibu|
|300||Cadillac CTS, Hyundai Genesis, Ford Taurus|
|Town & Country||Dodge Grand Caravan, Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna, Nissan Quest, Kia Sedona, Volkswagen Routan|
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