Chrysler is yet another auto manufacturer to suffer from the problems that cropped up in Japan.
As a result of various suppliers losing their production capabilities, Chrysler can no longer deliver cars in a number of colors.
The paint shortages at the American company have gotten to a point where the situation is rather drastic.
Once you get past the press release you should know that if you’re planning on buying a Chrysler soon, you may want to know that 10 of their colors are no longer available.
Actually, the news about didn’t come from a press release but from a leaked memo that went around Chrysler’s dealers from Steve Beahm.
What I find interesting is that these pigments are relatively widespread colors ranging from various ends of the spectrum to the other.
The list of colors Chryslers aren’t going to be available in for a while includes brilliant black, blackberry, deep cherry red, redline, inferno, bronze star, rugged brown, hunter green, ivory and billet metallic.
If you’re wiling to be slightly selfish about this whole affair, we’re told that if anybody ordered a car from the Auburn Hills manufacturer in any of these colors, your order will be prioritized.