Chrysler is one of the traditional Big Three U.S. automakers, and it continues to make vehicles with traditionally American good looks, even though it is now owned by the Italian company FIAT. The FIAT conglomerate also makes Jeep, Dodge and RAM, reserving the Chrysler badge for its more upscale products. People shopping for the 200 and 300 sedans might also be considering the Chevrolet Malibu and Impala, the Regal and LaCrosse from Buick, or even Toyota's Camry and Avalon. In their favor, the 200 and 300 offer substantial horsepower, plus modern technology such as 8- and 9-speed automatic transmissions, parallel- and perpendicular-parking assist, and lane-keeping assist. The somewhat limited lineup also includes the long-serving Town & Country minivan, which is as luxurious as ever. This company has had problems in the past, but as the popularity of its recent "Imported From Detroit" commercials shows, it is making its way toward a more positive future.
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