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Chrysler 200 Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Chrysler 200. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Chrysler 200.

OverviewChrysler 200

Size really does matter, and no car proved that better than the Chrysler 200. The original version of the 200 sedan was unremarkable, unlike the convertible version, which was much more likable. The sedan's second and final iteration was a great improvement: a compelling vehicle that offered great crash test scores, an excellent infotainment system and, if properly equipped, great driving dynamics and an upscale interior. Discover the ins and outs on used Chrysler 200s, available now in Carvana's inventory.


Composed Ride And Handling

The Chrysler 200 is a well-crafted driving machine that offers just the right amount of sportiness for those behind the wheel. Looking for a vehicle that you can open up on country roads? The Chrysler 200S model and its sport-tuned suspension might be the perfect fit for you, as its buttoned-down feel around tight turns makes it one of the better-handling cars amongst its class and price range.

Modern Cabin Design, Features

The cabin area of the Chrysler 200 has an updated, modern-looking design complete with a large touchscreen that is responsive and easy to use. Additionally, select models of the Chrysler 200 have real wood inlays throughout the interior, evoking a sense of class and refinement.

Strong V6 Engine Is Optional

The base models of the Chrysler 200s come standard with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 184 horsepower. However, for those looking for a little gusto out of their sedan, the 200 comes with a robust 3.6-liter V6 that's capable of churning out 295 horses. In Edmunds performance testing this translated to a 0 to 60 sprint in only 6.2 seconds, making it one of the quickest V6-powered family sedans.


Passenger Space

What the Chrysler 200 offers in performance, it lacks in an abundance of space for passengers. Not only does it offer less hiproom than most competitors in its class, but the available rear legroom also falls short of rival sedans. Per Edmunds, Anyone over 6 feet tall (or even 5-feet-10-inches if they have long legs) is likely to find the backseat a tight fit.

Four-Cylinder Performance

While the six-cylinder Chrysler 200 offers tremendous performance, the four-cylinder version of the 200 is a notable step down from its hearty relative. In Edmunds performance testing, the four-cylinder 200 required 9.2 seconds to reach 60 mph; slower than the average for the class by nearly a full second.

Outward Visibility

Another drawback to the 200 is the relatively obstructed outward visibility due to the sweeping roof pillars. While it shouldn't be a huge concern for individuals in the market for a 200, these kinds of visibility concerns are much less of an issue in rival vehicles with more unright designs.

Chrysler 200 Reviews

4.8 OUT OF 5 (142 Reviews)