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2009 Aspen Hybrid

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2009 Chrysler Aspen Hybrid

$9,433 - $19,721  MSRP Range
2009 Chrysler Aspen Hybrid

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5.0 out of 5 stars

5.0

1 Reviews
Score Breakdown
5 out of 5 stars Comfort
5 out of 5 stars Value for the Money
5 out of 5 stars Interior Design
4 out of 5 stars Reliability
5 out of 5 stars Performance
5 out of 5 stars Exterior Styling

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5 out of 5 stars

Dealer support is TERRIBLE

by Glenn from sPARTANBURG sc on Wed Feb 25 2015

I was looking for a hybrid that had towing capacity. Other hybrids had better mileage, some only slightly, but this is bigger than my Grand Cherokee, and still gets consistently better mileage than the 4,7 did. Dealer support is TERRIBLE. I had to drive 80 miles to get the spark plugs replaced at 120,000 miles, TWICE. Even after telling then 3 times that the hybrid needed special plugs, they didn't check until after they had my truck. Even then the price went up twice - once for hybrid, second time for the spark plugs. I cannot emphasize enough - tell the dealer it is a hybrid again and again, and they will still be surprised. Dealer support is TERRIBLE. I would love to recommend this truck, but the high-voltage hybrid means dealer servicing. Dealer support is TERRIBLE.

5 out of 5 starsComfort
5 out of 5 starsValue for the Money
5 out of 5 starsInterior Design
4 out of 5 starsReliability
5 out of 5 starsPerformance
5 out of 5 starsExterior Styling

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Does not recommend this car!!

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Our Take on the 2009 Chrysler Aspen Hybrid

The day couldn't come soon enough: Chrysler, a company paying the piper for its heavy mix of gas-hogging trucks and SUVs, has finally landed a hybrid. Technically, it has two — the Dodge Durango Hybrid and the Chrysler Aspen Hybrid — but they're roughly identical, and they come with all the expected tricks: electric-only low-speed cruising, whisper-silent idling and regenerative brakes.

The Aspen Hybrid manages all this to the tune of 19/20 mpg city/highway, versus 13/18 mpg for an equivalent non-hybrid Aspen. With a starting price under $45,000, it undercuts GM's 20-mpg Chevy Tahoe and GMC Yukon hybrids by $7,000 and handily out-tows the hybrid SUVs from Toyota and Ford. On value and... Read More