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Chrysler Aspen 2009, Limited

Chrysler Aspen 2009
  • Vehicle Style: 4x2 Limited 4dr SUV
  • Body Type: SUV
  • Body Subtype: N/A
  • Doors: 4

2009 CHRYSLER ASPEN The 2009 Chrysler Aspen offers sophisticated styling, luxurious amenities, performance and capability -- plus great value. The 2009 Chrysler Aspen offers uconnect gps, three-row seating, abundant standard safety features including Trailer Sway Control, plus best-in-class cargo capacity and towing ability. The 2009 Chrysler Aspen is offered in Limited trim and 4x2 or 4x4 configurations. Powertrain choices include a standard 4.7-liter V-8 engine producing 303 horsepower and 330 lb.-ft. of torque; and an available new 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 engine featuring best-in-class 376 horsepower and Chrysler's fuel-saving Multi-displacement System that seamlessly alternates between four- and eight-cylinder modes depending on power demand. Aspen has a towing capacity of 8,900 pounds. From its broad chromed grille, to its distinctive straked hood to the winged badge on its tailgate, Chrysler Aspen is bold and distinctive. Interior appointments are wood-accented door panels and instrument-panel center stack, air conditioning, overhead console with HomeLink Universal Home Security System Transceiver and Electronic Vehicle Information Center, front and rear aimable LED lamps, uconnect gps, floor console with rear power accessory outlet, and 60/40 third-row bench seat.


New Car Prices & Values ?

  • MSRP: $34,230
  • Invoice: $31,260
  • Destination Charge: $800
  • Gas Guzzler Tax: 0
New Car Prices & Values
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