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tyre sizes by car Chrysler 300C
  • Sedan I
  • Touring I
tyre sizes by car Chrysler 300M
  • Sedan I
tyre sizes by car Chrysler Cirrus
  • Sedan I
tyre sizes by car Chrysler Concorde
  • Sedan I
tyre sizes by car Chrysler Crossfire
  • Cabrio I
  • Coupe I
tyre sizes by car Chrysler Grand Voyager
  • Van II
  • Van III
  • Van IV
  • Van V
tyre sizes by car Chrysler LHS
  • Sedan I
tyre sizes by car Chrysler Neon
  • 2/4 drzwi I
  • 2/4-door I
  • 2/4-door II
tyre sizes by car Chrysler New Yorker
  • Sedan I
tyre sizes by car Chrysler Pacifica
  • SUV I
tyre sizes by car Chrysler Prowler
  • Cabrio I
tyre sizes by car Chrysler PT Cruiser
  • Cabrio I
  • Van I
tyre sizes by car Chrysler Sebring
  • Cabrio II
  • Cabrio III
  • Sedan II
  • Sedan III
tyre sizes by car Chrysler Stratus
  • Cabrio I
  • Sedan I
tyre sizes by car Chrysler Town&Country
  • Van IV
  • Van V
tyre sizes by car Chrysler Vision
  • Sedan I
tyre sizes by car Chrysler Voyager
  • Van II
  • Van III
  • Van IV
  • Van V

Chrysler

Beginning. Chrysler Company was founded in 1925. Its founder is the Walter P. Chrysler, the driver of steam locomotives. Initially, he worked as head of production at Buick Motors in Flint, Michigan (USA). The first car produced by the factory in 1924 (the name of the label was then Maxwell Motor Company) in the number of 32,000 units was the Chrysler Six.

Development. In 1928 he presented the first car brand Plymouth. Six years later, Chrysler was already the second largest car manufacturer in the USA. During World War II the company manufactured for the U.S. Army. In 1987, Chrysler bought AMC company, the owner of the Jeep brand. In 1998, Chrysler Corporation merged with Daimler-Benz AG. That's how the company DaimlerChrysler AG. May 14, 2007, DaimlerChrysler announced its intention to sell 80.1% stake in Chrysler to a financial investor Cerberus Capital Management, retaining 19.9% ​​of the shares in the company, while the company plans to change the company to Daimler AG. The former Chrysler Group will adopt the name Chrysler Holding LLC. This operation is the breakdown of the existing nine years one of the largest global automotive companies.

Today. U.S. President Barack Obama announced the 2009 bankruptcy of the company. Chrysler got to rebuild from the U.S. government 8.08 billion dollars and 2.42 billion dollars from the province of Ontario. In return, the U.S. government took over 8 percent. shares, 2 percent. coincided with the Federal Government of Canada and Province of Ontario. 20 percent. Group share in 2009 coincided with the Italian Fiat. In 2010, the company produced 1.085 million vehicles, an increase compared to the previous year by 17 percent.

Contribution to the automotive industry. Chrysler is known for constructing beautiful concept cars. The most famous examples are the Dodge Viper and PT Cruiser, which went into production. Chrysler introduced the mass-produced car with four-wheel hydraulic brakes and rubber engine mounts to reduce vibration. Contemporary models of Chrysler: 300/300C, Aspen, Grand Voyager, PT Cruiser, Sebring.

Tires. Tyre manufacturers often work with Chrysler to deliver tires to the original equipment (OE). Some examples: Chrysler Sebring in size 215/60R17 is offered with such Bridgestone ER300 tires in size 215/60R17 96H. Other sizes of this car is 205/65 R15 and 185/65 R15, Chrysler Grand Cherokee is offered including Goodyear tires and the HP All Weather Wrangler AT / R, Chrysler PT Cruiser is offered with such Goodyear Excellence tires in size 195/65 R15, Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country was equipped with tires Yokohama AVID S33 in size 225/65 R16.