Chrysler introduced its brand new hybrid SUV car ‘Aspen’. Aspen is basically a truck based SUV, which means body on frame design. The best and the most striking feature is the optional ‘Hemi engine’. Packing ‘376 horsepower’, the ‘5.7-liter V8’ features ‘cylinder deactivation technology’, which assists return ‘fuel economy’ not as worse as that of Aspen’s V8.

The 2009 ‘Chrysler Aspen’ comes with ‘antilock disc brakes’, ‘stability’ and ‘traction control’, ‘trailer sway control’ and ‘side curtain airbags’. In

government ‘frontal crash testing’, the ‘Chrysler Aspen’ received a perfect 5-star ranking for the safety of occupants.

The 2009 ‘Chrysler Aspen’ is accessible in 2 trim levels, limited & limited HEV. The ‘Limited’ is accessible in ‘2-wheel drive’ and ‘4WD’, while the ‘Limited HEV’ (hybrid) is ‘4X4’ only & equipped likewise to the ‘Limited’ with Jpackage.
If you drive 2009 ‘Chrysler Aspen’ prudently on the roads it increases the fuel economy and gives the car a long life.