Cars on the Chrysler recall list include: Chrysler 200 sedans, several vehicles in the Chrysler 300 group, the Chrysler Aspen, Chrysler Sebring and Chrysler Town and Country. In addition to several cars with the Chrysler brand name, Chrysler Group has recalls out for some cars under its ownership but with different brand names, including the Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger, Dodge Grand Caravan, Jeep Grand Cherokee and Jeep Wrangler.
Cars on the Chrysler recall list pose various risks to consumers. Some make the recall list for safety concerns, while others have defective parts or show a history of performance and engineering problems. Chrysler's line of 200 sedans, dating between 2011 and 2015, show several common problems. Those aged 2011 to 2013 may have inadequate head restraints, while those made in 2013 may have faulty control valves in their fuel tanks, leading to engine failure. Some 2014 models might have engineering flaws causing engine failure, while Chrysler 200s with V6 engines may carry a roll-away risk.
Similarly, some Chrysler 300 models show problems with alternators. Automatic transmissions in cars in that series show problems, and some have malfunctioning airbags. Chrysler Aspen recalls stem from problems with rear axle nuts, while Chrysler Sebring recalls cite safety concerns over head restraint systems. Chrysler Town and Country recalls cite several faulty switches, inadequate tire pressure sensors and improper airbag deployment in crashes.