Ford or Chrysler: Only 1 in 17 People Can Correctly Identify the Make of These Vehicles! Can You?

By: J.P. Naomi
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About This Quiz

Buckle up! We're in for the ride of a lifetime! Well, at least the trivia will be fun ... It's time to see how well you know your Fords from your Chryslers with this ultimate screenshot quiz!

Sounds easy enough, right? But the truth is, only the sharpest minds and the keenest eyes will see the differences between these brands! You see, Chryslers have been around since the good ol' days of Walter Chrysler. He founded his company in 1925! Despite its recent merger with Fiat, Chrysler has maintained and marketed its independent brand. Likewise, Ford has been around since the turn of the century! 1903 to be exact, when wise man Henry Ford sought to mass produce affordable vehicles for America's people. If only he could see his progress today!

Both Ford and Chrysler have enjoyed long, successful productions of all kinds of vehicles. From the classics, to convertibles, to vans and trucks, it's going to take a lot of smarts to ace this quiz! Think you can recognize a Ford from just a photo? Or wait, is that a Chrysler? Only the greatest car buffs have an eye for these American-made vehicles. 

So let's see if you are one of them! Take this quiz now and let us know... is it a Ford? or is it a Chrysler?!

Although Henry Ford did not actually invent the automobile or the assembly line, he developed and manufactured the first automobile that many middle-class Americans could afford. He is credited with "Fordism" - mass production of inexpensive goods coupled with high wages for workers!

Did you know that there have been more than 1 million Chrysler 300s sold in the United States since 2004? And in Canada, there have been about 95,000 sold. In Europe, this vehicle is known as the Lancia Thema.

The Chrysler Crossfire was designed by Eric Stoddard and Andrew Dyson and manufactured between 2003 - 2007. It was built on the Chrysler ZH and Mercedes-Benz R170 platforms.

The Chrysler Concorde was a large four-door, full-size, front-wheel drive sedan that was produced by Chrysler from 1992 to 2004. Did you know that during those years, it was assembled at the Brampton Assembly in Ontario, Canada? It was on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for 1993 and 1994.

The famous Ford Torino was produced by Ford between 1968 - 1976. It is named after the city of Turin, Italy which is considered "the Italian Detroit."

Did you know that the Mustang Shelby was originally build by Shelby American from 1965 - 1968? It wasn't until 1969 that Ford began production on this popular muscle car.

Did you know that the Model R is also known as the Model N? It was designed by Henry Ford himself and produced between the years of 1906 - 1908.

The Chrysler Pacifica nameplate was used by Chrysler for a variety of vehicles. It was first used on a luxury minivan concept vehicle in 1999. Then from 2004 to 2008, it was used on a mid-size crossover. And finally, since the 2017 model year, it has been used on the Town & Country minivan's replacement.

Ford introduced the Ford Ranger in 1983 in the United States and Canada. Replacing the 1971-1982 Ford Courier, this vehicle was the first compact pickup truck designed by Ford Motor Company.

Did you know that Ford Motor Company also owns the Brazilian SUV manufacturer Troller? Also, in Australia, they own the performance car manufacturer FPV!

The Model A was first produced in 1927. Production ended in March of 1932, at which time nearly 5 million had been made and sold!

Development of the Chrysler Cirrus started in 1991. Chrysler's goal was to create a car that was expressive looking and fun to drive, yet safe enough to transport an everyday family! It was designed by Michael Santoro.

The Chrysler Sunbeam was a small supermini three-door hatchback manufactured by Chrysler Europe at the former Rootes Group factory in Linwood in Scotland from 1977 to 1981. It was available only with a 4-speed manual transmission.

The Ford Mondeo is a mid-sized or large family car that has been in production by since 1992. The name comes from Latin mundus, meaning "world." As such, the Mondeo was designed to be a "world car."

The Ford Mustang was designed by John Najjar, Philip T. Clark, and Joe Oros. Its first model year was 1965 and is now in its sixth generation!

The Ford Focus became available in 1998 and followed the Ford Escort and Ford Laser. It comes in six different body styles, though all stay within the compact car classification.

Chrysler Europe was the manufacturer of the Chrysler Hunter. It operated between 1967 and 1979, at which time it was divested to PSA Peugeot Citroen.

The Ford Galaxie is a full-sized car that was built in the United States by Ford for model years 1959 to 1974. Its predecessor was the Ford Fairlane and it was followed by the Ford LTD.

The Sebring line was introduced in 1995 with the Chrysler Sebring coupe. It was the replacement for the Chrysler LeBaron coupe.

The Ford Ka was manufactured by Ford Motor Company from 1996 to 2016 as a city car. Beginning in 2014, this vehicle is now produced and classified as a subcompact car.

With a wheelbase of 84 inches, the Model N weighed about 800 pounds! The car sold for $500 and was considered affordable for the time.

Did you know that the Chrysler Voyager was introduced in Europe in 1988 as a rebadged version of the Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager which was sold in the United States? It was in production until 2016!

The European Ford Granada was a large executive car manufactured by Ford Europe from 1972 until 1994. Ford Europe was founded in Cork, Ireland in 1967 and has its headquarters in Cologne, Germany.

The Chrysler Ypsilon has been sold in the UK, Ireland and Japan since 2011. It is a 5-door hatchback that is built on the same platform as the Fiat Mini.

Did you know that the Chrysler Conquest was also known as the Dodge Conquest, Plymouth Conquest and Mitsubishi Colt Starion?! In fact, this two-door, turbocharged, four-cylinder, rear-wheel drive, four-seat hatchback sports car was manufactured by Mitsubishi from 1982 to 1989.

The Ford Thunderbird was a rear-wheel drive automobile that was manufactured by Ford in the United States from 1955 through 2005. It went through 11 different model generations and is known for having created the market for "personal luxury car"!

The PT Cruiser was designed by Bryan Nesbitt. He is the current head of General Motors Corporation International Operations Design (what a title!) and is based in Shanghai, China.

The Ford Fusion is a four-door, five-passenger mid-size sedan manufactured and marketed by Ford across three generations in gasoline, gas/electric hybrid and full electric variants! It has been in production since August of 2005.

The Ford Parklane is a car that was produced by Ford in the United States for one year only in 1956. It was produced strictly to compete with the Chevrolet Nomad.

Did you know that the Ford Pinto was the first subcompact developed by Ford in North America? It was available in a two-door sedan, three-door hatchback, and three-door station wagon body style, and was also the first mass-produced American car with rack and pinion steering.

The LeBaron has become one of the longest running nameplates in Chrysler history. The first LeBaron models were designated as the top-of-the-line 1957 through 1975 Imperials.

The Ford GT40 is a high-performance endurance racing car based on the British Lola Mk6. Only 105 of these vehicles were produced from 1964 - 1969.

The Chrysler Avenger was originally known as the Hillman Avenger. This vehicle was manufactured by Chrysler Europe from 1970 - 1978, and then by PSA Peugeot Citroen from 1978 - 1981. The Avenger was one of the most popular British cars of the 1970s.

Did you know Ford Motor Company was founded by Henry Ford on June 16, 1903? Its current headquarters are located in Dearborn, Michigan though it manufactures cars all over the world!

The Chrysler Prowler was also known as the Plymouth Prowler. It was a retro-styled production car manufactured and marketed from 1997 to 2002. In total, 11.702 were produced.

The Ford P68 is also remembered as the Ford 3L GT or F3L. It was a sports prototype racing car model designed by Len Bailey and introduced in March 1968.

The Chrysler 200 was manufactured from 2010 to 2017 across two generations. It came available in a 4-door sedan or a 2-door convertible.

The Ford Ranchero, built between 1957 and 1979, was unlike any other pickup truck. It was adapted from a two-door station wagon platform and integrated the cab and cargo bed into the body!

The Chrysler Aspen was a luxury SUV manufactured between 2007 - 2009. This vehicle was based on the Dodge Durango SUV, but was discontinued due to slow sales.

The Model T is also known as the Tin Lizzie or Leaping Lena. It was produced from 1908 to 1927 and was succeeded by the Model A.

The Chrysler Fifth Avenue was a trim level/option package or model name used by Chrysler for its larger sedans from 1979 to 1993. The title "Fifth Avenue" referenced the New York City street which contains many upscale shops and cultural attractions.

The Chrysler Laser was billed as the Chrysler brand's first sports car. The Laser was a virtual clone of the Dodge Daytona, but came only in the upscale trim version.

Did you know that the Ford Tempo's twin is the Mercury Topaz? They were both produced by Ford for the model years 1984 - 1994 and were designed by Jack Telnack.

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