In the early 1920s, Walter Chrysler bought the financially struggling Maxwell Motor Corp., brought it back from the brink of bankruptcy, and renamed the company after himself. Over the years, Chrysler acquired Dodge and developed the Jeep brand. While Chrysler flirted with bankruptcy several times throughout its history, most recently in 2009, it has always come back better than ever.
Today, Chrysler's brands fill a variety of needs in consumers' lives. Their Town and Country minivan, for instance, is perfect for families, while Jeeps are great for off-road adventurers. The Town and Country minivan has undergone a number of improvements over the years to become one of the top luxury minivans on the market. While the Chrysler 300's full-size sedan was introduced in 2005 and promises a comfortable ride with a luxurious interior. The Sebring comes as a sedan or a convertible, and promises a smooth ride at an affordable price.