Chrysler 200 Overview
Redesigned for 2015, the new 200 is better equipped and more stylish, but still trails all other midsize sedans in our Ratings. Engine choices are a 3.6-liter 295-hp V6 or 184-hp 2.4-liter four cylinder, which returned a very good 30 mpg overall in our tests. Both engines are paired with a 9-speed automatic. All-wheel drive is optional with the V6. The interior features a center console that includes a charging station and a rotating knob instead of a conventional gear selector. The cabin is quiet and the ride is compliant, but handling is clumsy and the 200 feels like a larger car. Available safety features include forward collision warning, lane departure warning, and ParkSense Parallel/Perpendicular Park Assist.
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