The 2007 Chrysler product line is highlighted by an all-new Sebring and a completely-new sport utility vehicle. Designed and built to convey a highly-refined family sedan, the 2007 Chrysler Sebring is offered with three engines choices. The new Sebring boats standard front side impact and side curtain airbags as well as an available infotainment solution with navigation system. The new Chrysler Sebring will be introduced only as a sedan for 2007. The new convertible version of the car is slated to return in 2008. Chrysler brand's first truck-based product, the 2007 Aspen is derived from the Dodge Durango as an upscale sport utility vehicle. Both the new Sebring and Aspen wear hoods with sculpted streaks. Chrysler provides an exterior refresh to the Pacifica crossover wagon for 2007 consisting of a new front end and revised wheel design. An extended wheelbase body style is now added to the Chrysler 300 line-up. After selling more than a million examples of the radical, vintage-themed compact, Chrysler adds only minor changes to the PT Cruiser wagon for 2007. Limited edition Signature Series models of Chrysler vehicles will present generous equipment and badging with the name Walter P. Chrysler.
A six-passenger crossover that receives some updated styling for the new year, the 2007 Chrysler Pacifica is available in a handful of trims, all of which utilize a new six-speed automatic transmission.