Chrysler reveal new Ypsilon range

Friday, May 30, 2014 - 14:00
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UNMASKED: New Chrysler Ypsilon range

Chrysler’s new Ypsilon is now on sale priced from £9,895.

The range features new entry and premium versions, additional equipment, fresh colour choices, and new names.

Powered by a choice of three economical, low emission engines – a 1.2litre 69hp petrol, 1.3litre MultiJet 95hp diesel and 0.9litre 85hp petrol – the range now comes in three trim levels, Silver, Gold and Platinum.

Ypsilon Silver, which replaces the S version, is comparably equipped but includes internal and external styling changes, new seat design and detail finishes.

The exterior is further enhanced by a refreshed colour range which includes three new colours: Marble Grey, Khaki Grey, and Sapphire Blue.

Linked to the paint colour is a choice of internal and external finishes, available in either gloss black or matt dark grey.

The final accent colour is also selectable between Coconut, Watermelon or Lime, dependant on the body-colour.

Gold versions are a direct replacement for the outgoing SE, and include 15inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, leather-wrapped steering wheel, power door mirrors and Blue&Me.

Range-topping Platinum variants include 16inch alloy wheels, automatic climate control, rear power windows, cruise control, part leather seats and Magic Parking.

Damien Dally, Head of Brand at Chrysler UK, said: “Ypsilon has always been, and will remain, an important car in the Chrysler line-up.

“We know it is up against some tough competition and that is why we have refreshed the range to make it even more competitive.

“We are confident that we are offering an attractive package, with excellent technology and equipment, at exceptional value-for-money prices.”

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