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Chrysler 200

2015-2017
2015 Redesign Year
Chrysler 200 2017
Model year 2015 brought another redesign. While it represents a vast improvement over the 2011 model, the 200 continues to trail the field by a considerable margin. This is largely owing to klutzy handling, a thrashy base engine and cramped packaging. As much as we want to like the handsomely styled car, and we really do applaud the fact that it is considerably better than its forebears, the Chrysler 200's competition is just so much better. 
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2017 N/A N/A
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2016 $13,350 - $18,750 $10,460 - $15,560
2015 $11,950 - $16,875 $9,100 - $13,700
2011-2014
2011 Redesign Year
Chrysler 200 2014
For 2011, the Sebring was completely reworked and renamed the Chrysler 200. Along with the redesign came exceptionally graceful styling, a much nicer interior, a more compliant ride, better (though still somewhat underwhelming) handling, and a smooth V6 with good power. Sadly, it wasn't enough to keep the Chrysler in the hunt when compared to the competition. Ranking is near the bottom of the family sedan category.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2014 $9,200 - $15,250 $6,490 - $12,090
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2013 $7,800 - $10,600 $5,120 - $7,720
2012 $6,675 - $9,775 $4,040 - $6,940
2011 $6,075 - $8,500 $3,475 - $5,730