A Closer Look at the Chrysler Portal Concept:
For years, when a car company wanted to introduce their latest models and future projects they did so at one of the big car shows including the recent North American International Auto Show in Detroit or the Canadian International AutoShow in Toronto. However, as technology becomes just as important as horsepower, things are beginning to change. The best example of this shift came at the last CES, when Fiat Chrysler Automobiles held a key event introducing the Chrysler Portal concept.   Read more >

Charger Challenger In Line for 2020 Redesign:
As hot as the Dodge Charger and Challenger are right now, the brand already is cooking up some big time changes for their projected 2020 redesigns. Now, it's true that that's a few years away, but a recent report from the experts at Autoguide.com provides an early look at what we might expect. Read more >

Jeep Shows New 2017 Compass, Confirms New Pickup:
Specifically designed for the global marketplace-including the United States-the brand-new 2017 Jeep Compass had its home-coming recently, making its first appearance at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. That's also where the Jeep brand announced major plans for growth: Backed by a massive $1 billion investment in its U.S. facilities, which will add 2,000 new jobs for the project, the company revealed that it would add three new models to its lineup. Among them will be the first Jeep pickup since the early 1990s, as well as next-generation versions of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer and Wagoneer SUVs.  Read more >

Top Ten Standout Features of the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica
Chrysler has struck out in an exciting new direction with the 2017 Pacifica. The all-new minivan is unlike anything consumers have seen before, literally redefining the segment on many fronts.  When people first see the vehicle, it looks sleek and more like a crossover.  Read more >

Chrysler 200S and 300S Alloy Editions
A sleeker, bolder-looking set of cars emerged at the Chicago Auto Show in February, and soon they'll be available to Canadian customers.  With the introduction of the new Chrysler 200S and 300S Alloy Editions, FCA's Chrysler brand makes it clear that it isn't just looking after the mechanical appeal of their cars.  Read more >

Bring Back the Chrysler Crossfire
Many cars are discontinued despite being popular with the public and critics alike. Sometimes it's a case of a company going under but often it is just a decision made from above to move in a different direction. At Caledon Chrysler, we don't get to choose what models continue from year to year, but there are some we wish were still gracing our showroom floor. One of these happens to be the Chrysler Crossfire.  Read more >

Dodge Embraces Color
The colours of cars are often quite indicative of their era in which they were produced. Back in 1970, when the "far out" styling of the 1960's had moved from the counter-culture to Main Street, you could buy a Dodge in high impact paint colours with names like Plum Crazy, Sublime, Go Mango, Panther Pink, and Top Banana. Many of us at Caledon Chrysler would love to drive a 1970 Dodge Challenger in Green Go, who wouldn't?   Read more >

FCA Doubles Down in Canada
Whether it's our outstanding sales team or the highly trained team in our service centre, Caledon Chrysler takes a lot of pride in properly representing our brand, community, and country. Therefore, we were excited to read that Unifor National President Jerry Dias believes that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Canada shows a stronger commitment to future investment in Canada than General Motors of Canada.   Read more >

Dodge Reveals at the 2016 Woodward Dream Cruise
As far as we are concerned, you always have fun when you drive a Dodge from Caledon Chrysler. Of course, we are a bit biased, but still, cars like the 2017 Dodge Charger Daytona and the 2017 Dodge Challenger T/A are a complete blast to drive. Now just imagine being introduced to these powerhouses and getting to celebrate classic culture in one action-packed daylong celebration.      Read more >

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