Chrysler PT Cruiser


2001-2010
2001 Redesign Year
This tall front-wheel-drive wagon dressed in retro-rod sheet metal has a versatile interior, easy access, and secure, predictable handling. Acceleration is anemic with its naturally aspirated engine, especially with the automatic, but a good deal better with turbocharged versions.
A wide turning circle hinders maneuverability. The ride is somewhat stiff and the cabin a bit noisy, plus fuel economy was never that great. A convertible version was offered from 2005 to 2008, but wind noise was very pronounced. The PT Cruiser was discontinued after the 2010 model year.
$4,675
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$3,500 - $4,675
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$3,100 - $4,175
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$2,875 - $4,350
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$2,800 - $3,800
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$2,600 - $3,100
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$2,600 - $2,775
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$2,600 - $2,650
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$2,600
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$2,600
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