Chrysler PT Cruiser Wiper Blade Sizes (2001-2010)

Good wiper blades are a safety feature that you shouldn’t leave home without. Old wiper blades tend to cause streaks on your PT Cruiser’s windshield and a distracting squeaking noise as they move back and forth. Fortunately, the solution to these problems is simple. By installing new wiper blades, you can restore safety to your vehicle whenever you drive in inclement weather.

The chart on this page shows you exactly which wiper blades you’ll need to buy for your Chrysler PT Cruiser. Installing the new wiper blades when you receive them is a simple and quick task. Once you’re done, you can feel proud knowing that you’re taking care of the safety of you and your passengers.

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Chrysler PT Cruiser Wiper Blade Size Chart

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About the Chrysler PT Cruiser

The early 2000s were not an exciting time in the world of vehicle design. Most vehicles, despite their make, model, or body type, looked shockingly similar. That’s one big reason why the Chrysler PT Cruiser proved to be so popular when it first came on the market in 2001.

While it is technically classified as a compact car, the PT Cruiser’s ability to capture the imaginations of its drivers went well beyond almost any other compact car of the last several decades.

Chrysler only ever released one generation of the PT Cruiser, though it did receive updates in the form of new trim levels during its production run. This lack of development is likely both what allowed the PT Cruiser to continue for as long as it did and also ultimately led to its demise.

The most powerful PT Cruiser has an engine capable of producing 230 horsepower. Given the PT Cruiser’s relatively small size, this engine can propel the PT Cruiser to 60 miles per hour in just over six seconds. For most drivers, though, speed wasn’t and isn’t the ultimate factor when choosing to buy a PT Cruiser. That main factor comes down to aesthetics.

Consider the PT Cruiser’s competitors during its production run. In the compact car category, you had the Toyota Corolla, Dodge Caliber, Hyundai Elantra, and Ford Focus, among others. While these are all solid cars, most of them look pretty much exactly the same. The PT Cruiser, inside and out, looked completely different, which is why it’s still popular amongst buyers who enjoy modifying their vehicles with aftermarket accessories.

If you’re looking to load up on a heavy dose of nostalgia, the Chrysler PT Cruiser makes a solid choice.

See Also: Chrysler Town & Country, Chrysler Pacifica, Chrysler 300, Chrysler 200