Chrysler Has Been Looking Forward for Decades


It's the year 1955. Rosa Parks refuses to sit in the back of the bus, America says goodbye to their "rebel without a cause" James Dean and "Rock Around the Clock" tops the billboard charts. It was a time of change, of culture, of morning loss and celebrating life.  It was a time for Chrysler.

This "Throw Back Thursday" let's take a look back on the brand that we have been relying on for decades.  The Windsor your grandfather drove, the Town & Country you took road trips in as a kid, and the Chrysler 300 that you currently drive. You grew up with Chrysler; you're whole family has.

Chrysler has been around forever, but that doesn't mean that they are stuck in the past, supplying cars inadequate for the future.  They've adapted and consistently strive to provide their fans with a car best suited for their everyday needs.

At V-W Motors, Inc., we celebrate tradition but also change. We are proud to serve the Cooperstown region with the 2014 Chrysler 300. The Chrysler 300 has the traditional Chrysler look but is embellished with desirable features like an 8.4-inch Uconnect Touchscreen and the ParkView Rear Back Up Camera and Blind Spot Monitoring.  Tradition meets luxury and technology meets safety.  This isn't your grandfather's or mother's car; it is yours.  Come in on this TBT and see for yourself how Chrysler maybe looking forward but never turns a blind eye to the past it is built on.

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