Chrysler 200 Overview
Redesigned for 2015, the 200 is well-equipped but is downrated for its ride and handling qualities. Engine choices are a fairly polished 3.6-liter, 295-hp V6 or an underwhelming though efficient 184-hp, 2.4-liter four cylinder that returned a very good 30-mpg overall. Both are paired with a nine-speed automatic that is neither particularly smooth nor responsive. The V6 is a much nicer engine than the four cylinder and can be had with all-wheel drive. The center console includes a charging station and a rotating knob instead of a conventional gear selector. The cabin is quiet, but handling is clumsy, making the 200 feel like a larger car, and the ride is rough and unsettled. Available safety features include forward-collision and lane-departure warnings, and a self-parking system.
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