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Chrysler PT Cruiser gets revamped in its turn.

By Stéphane Schlesinger on 17 June 2005 | Commentaires (0) Comments | Permalink

C2006_007high__mid Yes, Chrysler has just modified its lovely PT Cruiser. Those who love it should not worry though, for there’s no dramatic change. We notice new headlamps, foglamps, grille, and Chrysler badge outside. Inside, modifications are more numerous: new seats, air vents, instrument panel and centre stack with a raised radio. Armrests are now mounted on a central console, which contains storage for 6 CDs and a power outlet. Sound insulation has been improved too.
Technically speaking, the 2.0 turbocharged engine is boosted up to 230bhp and we can expect the diesel units to be upgraded too.

Even softened, the style of the PT Cruiser remains very typical, which is an outstanding quality among such dull minivans as the VW Touran, Renault Scenic or Vauxhall Zafira. Even Fiat gave the quirky Multipla a flairless front end.



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