In 2011, Chrysler substantially updated the long-running Sebring sedan and renamed it the 200. With midsized proportions and low to mid 20's, the front wheel drive competes with popular models like the Toyota Camry, Ford Fusion and Nissan Altima. The 200 is offered in four trim levels ranging from the very basic LX to the more upscale S trim level. The base engine is a 2.4l four-cylinder engine with a 3.6l V6 available on most models (standard on S). The 200 is well priced with leather-equipped models listing for around $24,000. However, in this competitive segment, there are some very good cars for less money.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||Original MSRP
|200 Sedan LX ||2.4l I4 (173-bhp) ||A4 ||FWD ||$18,995|
|200 Sedan Touring ||2.4l I4 (173-bhp) ||A6 ||FWD ||$21,370|
|200 Sedan Touring ||3.6l V6 (283-bhp) ||A6 ||FWD ||$23,165|
|200 Sedan Limited ||2.4l I4 (173-bhp) ||A6 ||FWD ||$24,070|
|200 Sedan Limited ||3.6l V6 (283-bhp) ||A6 ||FWD ||$25,865|
|200 Sedan S ||3.6l V6 (283-bhp) ||A6 ||FWD ||$26,365|