Chrysler's hit-or-miss styling misses on the 2007 Aspen, with not enough standard equipment included to entice customers to take the plunge. Factoring in the power deficit and teetering handling, the useful interior starts to look like the only real high point.
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The Sony Ericsson Aspen matches a landscape touchscreen with a Qwerty keyboard in a Windows Mobile phone with green credentials
Just months after their release, Chrysler cancels the Durango and Aspen hybrid programs.
One of the least-known midsize SUVS, the Chrysler Aspen is powered by a fairly basic five-speed automatic transmission and includes rear park-distance sensors, an ergonomically basic dash navigation, and Bluetooth hands-free capabilities.
Chrysler offers luxury in an SUV at a discount, which unfortunately is too obvious in the Aspen.
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