By Kennita Leon on April 11, 2018
It's time for yet another automotive brand battle! This time around, we have the Italian-American brand that is Chrysler, or Fiat Chrysler, as it is informally known, and the Swedish manufacturer that is Volvo. Do you think you can pick out the subtle and not-so-subtle differences between the two well enough to tell us which car brand made which vehicle? It's time to test your knowledge here!
Chrysler is a subsidiary of the Fiat Chrysler company. The car brand is over 90 years old and is headquartered in the state of Michigan, along with other American brands like Jeep, Ram and Dodge. It is the smallest member of America's "Big Three" and is known mostly for its "affordable luxury." Chrysler, although successful, has sales that fluctuate drastically each year, a problem that has been fixed by its marketing team.
Volvo, on the other hand, is a little younger (two years) and is known for its luxury cars. At one point in time, they belonged to Ford. They were sold again to Geely Holding Group, a Chinese automotive company, in 2010.
So if you think you know cars well enough to be a world-class mechanic, test that knowledge here and tell us whether these vehicles come from America (Chrysler) or whether they're from the European country of Sweden (Volvo). Let's get started,