2007 PT Pacific Coast Highway Street CruiserCool as an Ocean Breeze: Chrysler Introduces 2007 PT Street Cruiser Pacific Coast Highway Edition
The 2007 Chrysler PT Pacific Coast Highway Edition is powered by a fuel- efficient 2.4-liter naturally aspirated engine that produces 150 horsepower (112 kW) and 165 lb.-ft. (220 N*m) of torque coupled with either a five-speed manual transaxle or a four-speed automatic. With the five-speed manual, this engine achieves 29 mpg on the highway, which is perfect for long cruises down the Pacific coast.
The U.S. Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the 2007
Chrysler PT Street Cruiser Pacific Coast Highway Edition will be $20,735
for the manual transaxle version and $21,570 for the automatic transaxle
model. Both prices include a $640 destination charge.
"The Chrysler PT Cruiser gives the car buffs here at the Chrysler Group the opportunity to factory customize a classic," said Larry Lyons, Vice President-Front-wheel-drive Product Team. "In fact, the Pacific Coast Highway Edition is our twelfth version of the segment-busting Chrysler PT Cruiser since it was first introduced in 2000."
Unique to a PT
The 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Street Cruiser Pacific Coast Highway Edition's interior also is a breath of fresh air, featuring a two-tone interior of Slate Gray and Pastel Slate Gray. Medium Slate gray Albi II premium cloth seats with Ocean Blue Alias seat inserts match the vehicle's exterior and include a six-way power driver seat and driver manual lumbar adjuster. The Pastel Slate Gray door trim has Medium Slate vinyl bolsters. The instrument panel features a Satin Silver cluster bezel with an Ocean Blue overlay and Satin Silver passenger air bag door. The Pacific Coast Highway Edition also offers a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and many bright interior accents, including Satin Silver steering wheel spokes, cupholder rings, door lock knobs, automatic shifter bezel and shift ball. A bright Chrysler winged logo accents the front door scuff pads. Standard SIRIUS Satellite Radio keeps the driver connected, even if the road takes them out of commercial radio range. The vehicle's standard AM/FM radio with single-disc CD player has MP3 play capability, as well as an audio-input jack that can be used to connect portable MP3 players or other auxiliary audio devices. Back to PT