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Chrysler: 0-60 & 1/4 Mile Times

YearMakeModelSub-Model0-60 Time1/4 MileModel Years
2016Chrysler200V6 AWD6.0-2011–-2016
2016Chrysler300S Hemi5.8-2005–-2016
2015Chrysler200Limited FWD8.416.62011–-2016
2015Chrysler300S Hemi5.313.92005–-2016
2015ChryslerTown & Country7.816.11941–-1988,1990-–2016
2014Chrysler200LX9.817.12011–-2016
2014Chrysler300S6.615.12005-–2016
2014ChryslerTown & Country8.216.01941-–1988,1990-–2016
2013Chrysler200V66.4-2011-–2016
2013Chrysler300S6.515.12005–-2016
2013ChryslerTown & CountryLimited8.0-1941–-1988,1990–-2016
2012Chrysler200Convertible Limited6.415.12011–-2016
2012Chrysler200Limited 3.6L V66.014.72011-–2016
2012Chrysler300C5.313.82005-–2016
2012Chrysler300C SRT84.613.02005-–2016
2012ChryslerTown & Country8.2-1941-–1988,1990-–2016
2011Chrysler300Limited7.415.52005-–2016
2011ChryslerTown & CountryTouring7.616.01941–-1988,1990-–2016
2010Chrysler300C AWD6.014.52005–-2016
2010Chrysler300C SRT84.813.22005-–2016
2009Chrysler300C AWD6.114.52005–-2016
2009ChryslerAspenLimited AWD Hemi Hybrid8.416.22007–-2009
2008ChryslerSebringTouring 2.4L9.416.91995–-2010
2008ChryslerTown & CountryLimited8.516.41941–-1988,1990–-2016
2007ChryslerAspenLimited AWD 4.7L V810.617.82007–-2009
2007ChryslerCrossfireRoadster6.414.72004-2008
2007ChryslerSebringTouring 2.4L9.416.91995–-2010
2006ChryslerCrossfireSRT65.113.32004-2008
2006ChryslerPT CruiserGT6.915.22001–-2010
2005Chrysler300C5.313.92005–-2016
2005Chrysler300C SRT84.713.22005–-2016
2005ChryslerCrossfireCoupe6.314.72004-2008
2005ChryslerCrossfireSRT65.013.52004-2008
2005ChryslerPT CruiserConvertible 2.4L9.717.52001–-2010
2004ChryslerCrossfireCoupe6.214.62004-2008
2004ChryslerPacificaAWD9.316.92004–2-008
2004ChryslerPT CruiserGT6.715.32001–-2010
2003ChryslerPT CruiserGT7.015.32001–-2010
2002Chrysler300MSpecial7.015.21999–-2004
2002ChryslerProwler5.714.32001-–2002
2002ChryslerPT Cruiser2.4L10.918.22001–-2010
2001ChryslerProwlerHennessey GTX4.513.12001–-2002
2001ChryslerPT Cruiser2.4L9.217.22001–-2010
2001ChryslerSebringLimited Convertible 2.7L V69.016.61995–-2010
2001ChryslerSebringLxi Sedan 2.7L V68.316.21995-–2010
2001ChryslerTown & CountryLimited 3.8L V69.617.01941-–1988,1990–-2016
1999Chrysler300M7.215.31999-–2004
1998ChryslerCirrusLxi 2.5L V69.216.91995-–2000
1998ChryslerConcordeLXi7.815.81993-–2004
1998ChryslerSebringJXi Convertible 2.5L V69.917.31995-–2010
1996ChryslerSebringJXi Convertible 2.5L V610.217.51995-–2010
1996ChryslerTown & CountryLxi 3.8L V611.118.21941–-1988,1990-–2016
1995ChryslerCirrusLxi 2.5L V69.417.21995–-2000
1995ChryslerNew Yorker8.216.11939-–1996
1995ChryslerSebringLX 2.0L9.317.11995-–2010
1995ChryslerSebringLX8.616.61995-–2010
1994ChryslerLHSLHS8.316.11994–-1997,1999-–2001
1993ChryslerConcorde3.3L V68.716.21993–-2004
1993ChryslerNew YorkerFifth Avenue 3.3L V610.317.71983,1990–-1993
1991ChryslerLeBaron3.0L V610.017.41977-–1995
1990ChryslerLeBaronGTC7.215.81977–-1995
1988ChryslerLeBaron8.816.81977–-1995
1987ChryslerLeBaronConvertible 2.2L11.818.61977–-1995
1985ChryslerLaserXE8.116.01984–-1986
1985ChryslerLeBaronGTS Turbo8.116.21977–-1995
1984ChryslerLaserXE8.616.21984–-1986
The above 0 to 60 Mph and quarter mile times have been sourced from a combination of public publications, private testimonials and individual testing. Please keep in mind that there are a multitude of real world factors that can skew these results, including but not limited to: driver ability, pavement quality, tire quality, elevation, temperature, humidity at the testing site, and the quality of the recording device. Based on this, owners should expect their own vehicles to perform within a general acceptable range of these values.

 

Chrysler History:

Long before it was known as FIAT Chrysler, Chrysler had had a long, prestigious, yet sometimes tumultuous history. Founded in 1925, the company immediately expanded its presence within the fledgling automotive landscape by acquiring Dodge and introducing Plymouth & DeSoto in 1928. Post WWII the company experienced significant success until the 1970’s. Struggling with a changing market, the company was on a verge of bankruptcy, yet by 1985 Chrysler had completed one of the most incredible turnarounds in automotive history. This good fortune continued as the company acquired AMC in 1987. The late 1990’s saw a 10-year period were the company merged with Daimler-Benz, which resulted in a number of unique vehicle offerings. Finally, by the time the financial crisis rolled around in 2008, Chrysler had little choice than to file bankruptcy. Following a government bailout and subsequent ownership by the U.S. & Canadian Governments, as well as the UAW, the company has slowly fully merged over with FIAT.

With such a roller-coaster ownership history, Chrysler vehicles run the gamut in regards to styling, function and performance. At the top of that list though, there are a number of distinctively styled and powerful machines that provide an exhilarating driving experience. In the past 10-years this exuberance of style and speed can be seen in the various “SRT” models that have graced the Chrysler brand, as they meld luxury and power in a way that can only be described as uniquely Chrysler.

 

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