Among the Big Three U.S. automakers, Chrysler has seemingly had the toughest time coming out of the doldrums. Its product mix was heavy on big trucks and SUVs, and while it offered passenger cars, they haven't in recent years been the most highly regarded.
Enter the Chrysler 200 midsize sedan.
Introduced for the 2011 model year as a replacement for the Sebring,
it comes as a five-seat sedan or a four-seat convertible. You can get a
four- or six-cylinder engine.
Sounds very similar to the Sebring, you say?
Yes, perhaps, but the 200 has some styling changes that make it
different. It has a sportier look now, and seems to take some cues from
its big brother, the 300.
There are standard 17-inch steel wheels, and aluminum 17- or 18-inchers are optional.