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Published: 23rd January 2007

Chrysler PT Cruiser‘Pacific Coast Highway’

Chrysler Group has unveiled two new special editions for spring 2007 - the PT Cruiser ‘Pacific Coast Highway’ and the Grand Voyager ‘Signature’ models.
The ‘Pacific Coast Highway’ model makes the great looking Chrysler PT Cruiser even more striking with Ocean Blue metallic paint and a matching interior.
The new PT Cruiser is based on the standard Touring model, and adds cruise control, leather steering wheel and chrome gear knob plus a six-disc CD/radio. The exterior styling has been enhanced with 17” alloy wheels, lowered suspension, chrome bodyside mouldings and tailpipe and a body colour roof spoiler.

The PT Cruiser ‘Pacific Coast Highway’ is available with a 2.4-litre petrol engine and manual or automatic transmission or as a manual-only 2.2-litre CRD diesel version. The special edition model is priced at £15,550 for the 2.4-litre manual, £16,370 for the 2.4-litre auto and £16,725 for the 2.2-litre CRD.
A new special edition Grand Voyager will also join the Chrysler model range in 2007. The Grand Voyager ‘Signature’ model boasts a list of standard equipment to rival any of its competitors.
Peter Lambert, Managing Director of Chrysler Group UK, said: “The Grand Voyager is our most popular model but this new special edition represents remarkable value for money with a list of standard equipment as long as your arm!”
The new model boasts an overhead rail system with sliding storage boxes, two-tone leather trimmed seats, rear seat DVD system, rear park assist, driver and front passenger airbags, plus three row side curtain airbags, power tailgate and sliding side doors.
The Grand Voyager ‘Signature’ is available with a 2.8-litre CRD engine and is priced from £29,175. Both the new special editions are available in Chrysler Group dealers now.

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