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The 300 has had people talking a lot about the Chrysler brand. Chrysler is hoping to repeat that feat with the launch of its all-new mid-sized Sebring sedan. Where the prior Sebring was lost in a crowded segment, the new model aims to distinguish itself with unusual styling and high levels of content. The long-rumored Chrysler SUV has finally arrived. The Aspen SUV is a close variant of the Dodge Durango and features standard V8 power and 4-wheel drive. A long wheelbase variant of the 300 sedan will be offered in 2007. The extra six inches of length will increase the rear seat room and make the 300 more appealing for livery duty. The Pacifica receives a new 4.0L V6 powertrain and a minor facelift. Next up for Chrysler will be the launch of its most significant vehicle, the all-new 2008 minivan. The Sebring convertible skips the 2007 model year in advance of a new model due next year. The SRT versions of the Crossfire coupe and roadster have been dropped.

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