- Chrysler Europe (sold to Peugeot)
- Sunbeam (1901–1976)
- Humber (1967–1968)
- Singer (1905–1970)
- Commer (1905–1979)
- Hillman (1907–1976)
- Karrier (1908–1977)
- Simca (1934–1977)
- Barreiros (1959–1978)
- American Motors (AMC) (1954–1988)
- Hudson (1909–1957)
- Nash (1917–1957)
- Rambler (1900–1914; 1950–1969)
- Maxwell (1904–1926)
- Graham Brothers (1916–1929)
- Fargo (1920–1972)
- DeSoto (1928–1961)
- Plymouth (1928–2001)
- Imperial (1955–1975; 1981–1983)
- Valiant (1960–1976) The Valiant was introduced in 1960 as a separate Chrysler brand, then was incorporated into the Plymouth line in the U.S. starting in 1961.
- Valiant (1962–1981).
- Valiant (1960–1966) Chrysler marketed the Valiant as a separate Chrysler model in Canada until 1967, when the Canada–United States Automotive Products Agreement of 1965 facilitated exporting the Plymouth Valiant to Canada.
- Eagle (1988–1998)
- GEMCAR (1998-2011) sold to Polaris Industries.
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