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2007 Chrysler Aspen Overview
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For 2007, Chrysler becomes the last American auto manufacturer to add an SUV to their lineup. The new Chrysler Aspen will share many of the Dodge Durango's attributes, including platform and Dodge's sturdy body-on-frame truck design. Styling is what separates the two SUVs, as Chrysler has finished their new SUV with its own unique identity. The Aspen, as perhaps the name implies, will be targeted more towards a luxury audience.
The Aspen is available with two engine options: the standard 4.7 liter V-8 or the optional 5.7 liter Hemi V-8. The smaller V-8 produces 235 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque. The Hemi will boost horsepower by 100 and torque by 70 lb-ft. Each engine is paired with the same 5-speed automatic transmission, and both are available with 2WD or AWD. The Aspen also offers a towing package, and when added along with the Hemi engine, this SUV can pull 8950 pounds. An optional low-range transfer case is available for off-road enthusiasts.
Most of the Aspen's options are grouped together into packages. The premium offering is the 28J package, adding heated leather seats, Sirius Satellite, a Pioneer sound system, automatic climate control, and 20 inch chrome wheels. Third row seating, sunroof, Bluetooth, navigation, and a DVD entertainment system are all available as stand-alone options.
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