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2016 Chrysler 200 What's new for 2016? 
2016 Chrysler 200

For 2016, a rearview camera is made standard on Limited and S trims, while the 200C gains a heated steering wheel. Cars equipped with the 8.4-inch Uconnect touch screen include a new Drag and Drop menu bar and Siri Eyes Free. The V6 engine is now available on the Limited trim.

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2015 Chrysler 200 What's new for 2015? 
2015 Chrysler 200

The 2015 Chrysler 200 sedan is all-new and brings a more refined interior and new sheet metal crinkles. Other notable features include Lane Departure Warning Plus, Advanced Brake Assist and Full Speed Forward Collision Warning Plus, all of which are optional.

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2014 Chrysler 200 What's new for 2014? 
2014 Chrysler 200

For 2014, the biggest change for the Chrysler 200 is that the S model is now offered on the Touring and Limited trim levels as a package, rather than as a stand-alone model.

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2013 Chrysler 200 What's new for 2013? 
2013 Chrysler 200

The 2013 Chrysler 200 receives only modest changes, with the popular S trim remade as a package for the Touring and Limited trims. A new 5-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty backs the 200, and the convertible gets an upgraded suspension for a more engaging driving experience.

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2012 Chrysler 200 What's new for 2012? 
2012 Chrysler 200

Forget everything you ever knew about the last Sebring you rented. The 200, while still based on the same basic car, received a magical transformation in 2011. An all-new premium interior, upgraded powertrains and a delightfully refined suspension erased nearly every shortcoming of the old car, then wrapped the new goods in sharp styling.

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2011 Chrysler 200 What's new for 2011? 
2011 Chrysler 200

Not only is this new 200's interior all new and its powertrains new or upgraded – thereby erasing the Sebring's most serious shortcomings – so are most of its structure and suspension. And its refreshed exterior is appealing enough to bring it up to competitive standards.

About Chrysler 200

There are many midsize family sedans from which to choose, but in the 2016 Chrysler 200 sedan, you’ll find an elegant and luxurious contender whose price tag will come as a pleasant surprise. More stylized than a Honda Accord, the Chrysler 200’s skin is better suited to comparisons with the Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonata and Chevrolet Malibu. Available with a choice of 4- or 6-cylinder engines, front or all-wheel drive (FWD, AWD) and loaded with the latest safety innovations and high-tech infotainment, the only missing element in the 200 stable is a hybrid model. Although its 4-cylinder engine is not the smoothest or most powerful in this class, the available Pentastar V6 is just the opposite, turning the 200 into a potent contender with breathtaking acceleration.

Consumer Reviews

Great Experience!

By on Thursday, August 06, 2015

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 500

10 9.0
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Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
9/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Quality
9/10
Performance
9/10
Styling
9/10
Comfort
9/10

Pros: "Styling, interior, great features, quiet ride"

Cons: "Sometimes the 4 cyl lags a little."

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"Traded in a 2014 Mazda 3 for the 200C. Wow, what a difference. I'm a big guy, 6'3" with an extra pound or two, and I easily fit into this car. Seats are very comfortable, especially on trips. My girlfriend has 200 that she bought 3 weeks before mine and we took it on a trip. The heated seats, steering wheel and ventilated seats are the best. The electronic brake and the rotary shift knob take a bit to get used to. I do like that you can program the electric brake to automatically turn on when the car is in park. The interior is very quiet and road noise kept to a minimum. Probably my favorite feature on the car is the 8.4" Uconnect screen. If you have the option to get one, GET IT! I check the weather forecast and the radar weather map daily. Having the Wifi hotspot app is also a great thing on a trip for the kids. Because the 8.4 screen is such a big screen, the image from the back up camera is fantastic... you can see just about everything. Outside the car, the styling is great and so is the paint quality. The trunk is not quite as large as some of the others in the class, but it has plenty of room for a few suitcases. I've had it for 500 miles so far, but without a doubt I'd recommend it to anyone."

18 people out of 19 found this review helpful

Pretty great car...so far!

By on Wednesday, December 16, 2015

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 1,000

10 9.0
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Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
9/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
7/10
Quality
8/10
Performance
9/10
Styling
9/10
Comfort
9/10

Pros: "Comfortable, easily fits family of four, luxurious"

Cons: "Warranty"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 8

"We purchased this car after my wife reversed polarity while jumping our 2008 Prius. It never really been a fan of Chryslers, but this one really struck my fancy! It looks very sporty, crisp, and in my opinion, somewhat like a luxury vehicle. It's very comfortable in the cockpit style seating, and the uConnect system is great. It has loads of trunk space (considerably more than our ''15 Sportage) and feels very comfortable whether driving on the highway, or on dirt roads. Somebody commented that if you have car seats, don't get this car. I actually disagree with that. We have two boys under two years of age and they have those gigantic covertible car seats which both in in the back of the car without any issue. There isn't a lot of room for anyone in that middle seat with convertibles on both sides, but my wife can squeeze in and buckle up if needed. I'm very pleased with this car and feel you get the look and feel of luxury without the price tag of it. Only thing I do not like about this car is the god awful warranty that comes with it. I used to longer warranties, so 3 yrs/36,000 miles is a wee bit low to leave me feeling overly comfortable."

13 people out of 14 found this review helpful

Power, Style, and Tech.

By on Sunday, September 07, 2014

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 400

10 10.0
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Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
10/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
Not Rated
Quality
9/10
Performance
9/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
10/10

Pros: "Powerful, fuel efficient, sharp looks, great tech"

Cons: "Stock tires are alright"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"I was in the market for a car that had a balance between power, sportiness, fuel economy, and either FWD or AWD. My search started with a Dodge Dart GT. It was a roomy, comfy, car with a go-kart feel. However, its fuel mileage and lack of power left me disappointed. Then I test drove a VW Jetta GLI. Quick, nimble, but closed in and small. Fuel mileage was alright. Price for a used one is around $26,000 (with options). Then I test drove a 200C FWD V6. I owned a Dodge Avenger R/T, which shares the same platform as the Sebring/200. However, this 2015 car is a complete overhaul. The only thing that carried over was the name and the engine (tuned to achieve 12 more hp over the 2014 model year). I test drove a FWD 200C V6, I love the way that this car is put together. The amount of refinement over the 2008-2014 years is unbelievable. I did end up purchasing a 200C AWD, in Granite Crystal Metallic with the linen leather interior. It has the premium light group, nav/sound (8.9" UConnect system), and the comfort group (ventilated seats). Interior wise, the car is very sharp. The leather is very soft and the seats are comfortable. Both heating and cooling of the seats is controlled with the UConnect touch screen. They can be programmed to turn on with the remote start system or when the engine is powered on. The gauge cluster features two analogue dials (Tachometer and Speedometer, they are labeled, which is kinda silly and one high-resolution display. The display is programmable. You can set it to display certain parameters in certain areas of the screen. It is very easy to use. The navigation system is powered by Garmin. It is integrated into the main screen and will display when to turn on the instrument cluster. Again, this is an extremely easy to use, intuitive, system. I only have a 2011 CTS nav/entertainment system to compare it to, but it isn't much of a comparison. The Cadillac's system is old, clunky, and hard to use. On the highway, the cabin is very quiet. The only thing you can hear is tire noise thanks to the budget Bridgestone's that come stock. Overall, I am very pleased with the refinement, storage, comfort, and ease of use with regards to the settings/UConnect system. The rotary shifter is also a novel idea and functions perfectly. It does throw off people at first as they don't know where the shift lever has gone. The Alpine sound system is clear, loud, and high quality. Exterior wise, the car is very sharp. The paint looks great in the sun and the body lines of the car are noticeable but not vulgar. Headlights are bright and high-beams are also great. The fog lights are LED and surprisingly bright and focused. Tailights take from the Charger/Dart and are LED but not across the whole trunk. They are reminiscent of an Audi A7 but look aggressive. Exhaust is molded into the rear bumper and lined with chrome, similar to the Ford Fusion Titanium (a car similar to this one). Performance wise, the V6 is throaty, smooth, and powerful. It is however, not fuel thirsty. I recorded a 31MPG on a 60 mile highway trip. I expect it to improve as the engine breaks in. The car has plenty of power and with the AWD system active, there is no torque steer or wheel spin. In the corners, the AWD is more sturdy than its FWD sibling. The 9-Speed transmission is quick and allows for 65mph at 1400RPM (in 8th gear, 9th gear drops it to nearly 1200RPM, which is too low to maintain it in 9th gear). In Sport mode AWD is always active. The trans shifts later and slightly quicker. Using the paddle shifters is easy, though the software needs to learn your driving habits or you will get double down shifts (one that the computer does and one that you do but the computer beats you to it). Steering is smooth and easy around town but not totally numb. On the highway, the steering becomes heavy, which I view as a good thing. Overall, very pleased with the performance aspect of this car. That ends my review. So far the car is fantastic. In my opinion, it is better than its competitors and for a price that is often less. An AWD V6 car with this much tech and this good of fuel economy for under $30K is hard to come by. This fulfills all my needs and I expect it to keep exceeding all my expectations."

77 people out of 87 found this review helpful

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