2012 Chrysler Delta


Good news for all car lovers. And for all those car lovers who still remember the Chrysler Delta hatchback model which was introduced in the 2010 Detroit motor show and surprised everyone is now ready to enter the UK auto market. Thus the company is now ready with the final model which will be soon available in the UK market.

The Chrysler Group of automakers has introduced their final production model, but this version is for the UK market and not for the US roads.

The Delta receives four engine options, beginning with a pair of 1.4L gasoline engines with the peppier of the two offering 140 horsepower.

The 2012 Chrysler Ypsilon is a luxury 3-door hatchback that takes the same design route as the larger Delta, using the Lancia architecture to derive this new B-segment compact. Finally, the top of the line engine for the 2012 Chrysler Ypsilon is the 1.3L MultiJet diesel, serving up 95 horsepower while also being among the most fuel efficient engines in the European market.

The Ypsilon is available with Fiat's 0.9-liter TwinAir, which earned International Engine of the Year honors. The Delta gets two different 1.4-liter options, including a 140-hp, 1.4-liter MultiAir four-cylinder.

It features sophisticated technologies that are entirely new to this size of car. The theme of versatility embues the entire Chrysler Delta range. Standard equipment is satisfyingly high. It also incorporates Linearisation Torque Feedback (LTF), Torque Transfer Control (TTC) and Drive Steering Torque (DST), all of which are designed to improve handling.

The Chrysler Delta has been developed to offer driver and passengers the levels of on-board comfort they might expect from a much larger, much more expensive car.

With the back seats in their forward position the 2012 Chrysler Delta still offers rear passengers a remarkable 930mm of leg room. The front seats on SE, SR and Limited models have the new Chrysler logo on the head restraints. It's not just the Chrysler Delta's generous level of interior space that has the hallmark of an executive car.

It does this through generating torque at the steering wheel courtesy of a continuous interaction between the electric power steering and the Absolute Handling System which controls the car's dynamics. The Delta also features a new TTC system designed to improve the transfer of torque to the driven wheels. The SR builds on that with two-zone automatic climate control, Alcantara leather upholstery, Cruise Control and 17-inch alloy wheels.

Both SE and SR trim levels of the Chrysler Delta also feature Nav versions which come equipped with Blue&Me™ Nav.

1.4 litre MultiAir
The second engine in the Delta range is a more powerful 140bhp 1.4 litre petrol which utilises FPT's award-winning MultiAir technology.

1.6 MultiJet 120bhp
The first diesel engine in the Chrysler Delta range is a 120bhp FPT developed MultiJet available to customers purchasing Delta SE and SR versions, with a 6 speed semi-automatic transmission available on SE versions.

2.0 MultiJet 165bhp
The most powerful engine in the Delta range is available exclusively on the Delta Limited.

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