2017 Chrysler 200 Buyer's Guide
Starting Price: $23,210 | Build
Above Average: Sculpted styling, top-notch interior, excellent infotainment
Below Average: Compromised rear-seat room, cargo space
Consensus: A less practical, more personal midsize choice
Small Inside and Short on Time
The Chrysler 200 returns for 2017 with few changes, and Chrysler has announced that this will be the final model year for its midsize sedan. Hampered by the smallest cabin in the segment and some quality issues out of the gate -- many of which have been ironed out -- the 200 remains a unique midsize sedan offering expressive style, a class-above interior and a sportier attitude than most of its larger competitors.
The 2017 Chrysler 200 is especially fun to drive when equipped with the V6, as highlighted in our full review: "Acceleration is blisteringly quick for a family sedan, and gets even better when the 9-speed automatic transmission is placed into Sport mode."
The 2017 Chrysler 200 is one of just three midsize sedans to offer all-wheel drive, a group that also includes the Subaru Legacy and Ford Fusion. Fuel economy takes a hit, but for buyers in many parts of the country it's a small price to pay for the added confidence.
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Build and Price
The 2017 Chrysler 200 starts at a hair over $23,000 and tops out at over $39,000 fully loaded. Build and price your own 2017 Chrysler 200 to unlock its Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price, 5-Year Cost to Own and more. Given that this its final model year, significant discounts should be easy to come by.
What Owners Have to Say
KBB.com visitor and Chrysler 200 owner Jon offered these insights: "Good looking car inside and out. Has a sporty look to it. Looks especially good with the upgraded wheel package. This styling comes at a price. The low slung roof line combined with the fixed headrests in the rear seats and thick C-pillar design results in nasty blind spots." Read more Chrysler 200 consumer reviews.
More Midsize Sedans
The Chrysler 200 is one of 11 midsize sedans vying for your dollar. Visit our Midsize Sedan Buyer's Guide to get a good look at all your options.
Photo Gallery: Chrysler 200 Inside and Out
Following last year's total redesign, the stylish Chrysler 200 returns for 2016 with few changes. Its sheet metal is sleek, the interior is class-above and the whole package is about 200 times more appealing than the previous generation. It's smaller inside than most of its competitors and long-term reliability is not yet proven, but Chrysler's midsize sedan is worth a look if you're looking for more expressive style and a sportier feel than your typical midsize sedan.