Chrysler UK

Chrysler UK was the British division of the American car-maker Chrysler. It was founded in 1970 when the Chrysler-owned Rootes Group was renamed to reflect its ownership.

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Chrysler UK - Sale To Peugeot
... By 1979, Chrysler was deep in financial trouble and in order to stay afloat it sold its European operations to French carmaker Peugeot S.A ... Chrysler Marques Current Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Defunct AMC Commer Barreiros DeSoto Eagle Fargo Hillman Humber Imperial Karrier Plymouth Singer Simca Sunbeam Valiant Divisions and ... Sergio Marchionne Louis Rhodes Places Chrysler Building Chrysler Headquarters and Technology Center Factories Proving grounds Products Engines Platforms Transmissions Vehicles Other ...
Chrysler Sunbeam - Background
... It took its toll on Chrysler UK, which was the name given to the former Rootes Group after its takeover by the USA-based Chrysler Corporation ... Chrysler management decided that the company should therefore also benefit from state aid, and pressed the government for it by threatening to close the UK operations ... Million to fund the development of a small car, to be developed in Chrysler's UK facilities and manufactured in Linwood ...
Rootes Group - History and Corporate Development - Chrysler (1967-78)
... By the mid-1960s, Rootes was progressively taken over by the Chrysler Corporation of the United States, following huge losses amid the commercial failure of the troubled Imp ... Chrysler was also only too keen to take control of the struggling firm as it wished to have its own wholly independent European subsidiaries like arch rivals Ford and GM ... Chrysler took over Simca of France and Barreiros of Spain at the same time, merging it with Rootes (now renamed "Chrysler UK") to create Chrysler Europe ...
Chrysler Sebring - European Versions
... Chrysler also manufactured export versions of the 2001-2006 Sebring sedan and convertible for the mainland European market ... were made in left-hand drive only, they were not sold in the UK and Ireland ... Chrysler UK did however, import 50 convertibles with the 2.7L engine in 2001/2002, and these were sold though selected dealers ...