2007 Chrysler Aspen

    (12 Reviews)




    MSRP
    $30,935 - $33,810
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    2007 Chrysler Aspen Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Chrysler Aspen

    • The Aspen's comfortable interior, available Hemi engine and raft of standard safety features deserve a tip of the hat, but what truly stands out is its price.

      - Cars.com
    • Despite a length three inches shy of 17 feet, the Aspen responds quickly to steering inputs and handles rapid lane changes and curving roads with aplomb.

      - JSOnline.com

    What reviewers liked least about the Chrysler Aspen

    • Once past the initial impression, signs of cost cutting, inattention to detail or both begin to emerge, however. Interior finishes look better and more expensive than they feel.

      - New Car Test Drive

    Chrysler Aspen Comparisons

    • Chrysler says the Aspen, its first SUV, competes in price with the GMC Yukon and in perception with the Lincoln Navigator and Cadillac Escalade - lofty targets indeed. Don't be fooled: The Aspen is no Escalade. But given its bargain price, comfortable interior and upscale styling, I think it's a compelling alternative to some of the more everyday models out there.

      - Cars.com

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