Chrysler LLC’s First Production Hybrid Vehicles
- Hybrid fuel efficiency combined with full-size SUV performance, capability and utility
- HEMI® Hybrid delivers more than 25 percent overall fuel economy improvement
- Full-size SUVs boast nearly 40 percent fuel economy improvement in the city
- HEMI Hybrid features Chrysler’s Multi-displacement System (MDS)
Auburn Hills, Mich., Nov 14, 2007 - With the introduction of the new 2009 Chrysler Aspen HEMI® Hybrid and 2009 Dodge Durango HEMI Hybrid, Chrysler LLC delivers two hybrid-electric vehicles that combine fuel-efficient advanced-hybrid technology with full-size sport-utility vehicle (SUV) performance and capability.
“The new 2009 Chrysler Aspen and Dodge Durango HEMI Hybrid vehicles will offer our customers the sought-after blend of performance, utility, capability and vastly improved fuel economy — all in one package,” said Frank Klegon, Executive Vice President – Product Development, Chrysler LLC. “Combined with Chrysler’s Multi-displacement System (MDS), our advanced, two-mode hybrid technology immediately delivers a more than 25 percent fuel economy improvement to our full-size SUVs — and up to a 40 percent improvement in the city.”