|Pricing||$19,245 - $26,040|
|Engines||2.4l I4, 3.6l V6|
|Fuel Economy||19-21 (city), 29-31 (highway)|
Although Chrysler has had its share of troubles, no car exemplifies this better than the Chrysler Sebring. In one of the highest volume segments, its domestic and foreign competitors routinely outsold the Sebring. To remedy this, Chrysler has thoroughly reworked the Sebring and renamed it the Chrysler 200. The new 200 sedan is offered in a number trim levels ranging from a very basic entry model to the more upscale S model.
Like its sibling the Dodge Avenger, the Chrysler thoroughly revised the 200 (formerly Sebring) for the 2011 model year. The 200 wears new front-end and rear-end styling including a new hood and rear deck. On the inside, the 200 has an all-new interior. The 2.4l four cylinder is now paired with a six-speed automatic and a more powerful 3.6l V6 is under the hood of higher trim levels. Engineers reworked the suspension lowering the ride and increasing the track. Chrysler addressed NVH issues with additional sound deadening material.
|200 Sedan LX||2.4l I4 (173-bhp)||A4||FWD||21/30/25||$19,245|
|200 Sedan Touring||2.4l I4 (173-bhp)||A6||FWD||20/31/25||$21,245|
|200 Sedan Touring 3.6||3.6l V6 (283-bhp)||A6||FWD||19/29/24||$23,040|
|200 Sedan Limited||2.4l I4 (173-bhp)||A6||FWD||20/31/25||$23,745|
|200 Sedan Limited 3.6||3.6l V6 (283-bhp)||A6||FWD||19/29/24||$25,540|
|200 Sedan S||3.6l V6 (283-bhp)||A6||FWD||19/29/24||$26,040|