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The first fruit of Chrylser's ill-fated merger with Mercedes-Benz, the Crossfire was based on the first-generation SLK, which was nice. Not so nice though was what Chrysler's engineers did with the chassis, which was to give the car an unbearably crashy ride. However, the looks are distinctive, it's cracking value and there's also a convertible edition available which works very well. It's generally solidly built too, and the handling isn't at all bad, so despite what you may have read when the Crossfire was new, as a used buy it's a cracker.
The Neon was never a hit in the UK, and it's easy to see why. It was never a costly car as such, but even at the rock-bottom prices it was sold for, the Neon's interior was not a pleasant place to be. It also wasn't great to drive, but at least equipment levels were on the generous side. If you're an undemanding driver and you find Neon at the right price, think about it - but otherwise you're better off steering clear.
Love it or loathe it, you can't deny that the PT Cruiser offered style when most of its contemporaries were sadly lacking in this area. Labelled an MPV by Chrysler, the PT Cruiser was little more than a conventional hatchback, as it didn't offer the seating flexibility or practicality of a true MPV. But if you want something spacious, distinctive and affordable, this could be just the thing - as long as you're not planning on crashing it...
One of the most spacious MPVs on the market is also one of the best looking. While the original can't necessarily claim to be the best (the Voyager created the MPV segment back in 1983), the Chrysler makes a pretty good stab at it. Opt for a Grand Voyager and you'll have unfeasible amounts of space; find a recent model with the Stow 'n' Go option and you'll have what must surely rate as the most usable MPV on the market.