My friend recently gave me a ride in his Chrysler 200S (yes, someone actually bought one), and showed me a little “easter egg” that Chrysler included to throw some shade at the folks down the street in Detroit.
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Chrysler tried and failed to field a legit small car competitor with the all new 200, despite the fact that they imported it from Detroit. Now that production has ceased, dealers are looking at a six-month supply of the sad sedans. Would you buy one if the price was right?
Fiat Chrysler is laying 1,300 employees off from its Sterling Heights Assembly Plant, the place where the struggling Chrysler 200 sedan is built, according to Automotive News. The 200 was supposed to represent the once-struggling company’s “triumphant” return to the highly important midsize sedan segment, but this…
Fiat Chrysler attempted take on the imports with the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart sedans. While both cars offered some style and value, neither was a sales success. Now Fiat Chrysler Automobiles wants to outsource the production to some other brand, but which brand should it be?
The Chrysler 200's back seat isn’t exactly easy to get in and out of. Part of that is because it was made by Chrysler, which has a track record of questionable decisions. But the real reason is because the entry point was copied by “dummies” from the Hyundai Sonata (???), according to Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio…
The Chrysler 200 is Chrysler’s first decent mid-sized car in way too long, but it’s up against stiff competition. What do you need to know before you buy a Chrysler 200? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
So I'm driving along the other day, and I get up behind a Chrysler 200 that's moving at approximately the same speed as tree growth. As a car enthusiast, I know exactly what this means: Avis ran out of Chevy Malibus, and this guy is the victim.
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Nitpick all you want about the Italian architecture underpinning the Chrysler 200, but FCA is going to remind you over and over again that this is an American sedan through and through.
Much to the chagrin of rental car customers in Florida who want a droptop but are too cheap to spring for the V6 Mustang, the lovely new 2015 Chrysler 200 will not come in a convertible variant.
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Prof. Dr. h.c. mult. Martin Winterkorn is the head of VW AG, the third largest carmaker in the world. He might be the most powerful man in the car industry altogether. I watched him scour the new 2015 Chrysler 200 and he liked it. Maybe.
Ever since I read the accidentally leaked 2015 Chrysler 200 press release, I'm stuck on this one sentence: "Surprising details include a rendering of the City of Detroit skyline embossed on the rubber mat in the bottom of the pass-through storage of the center console."
When your company's own press release refers to a car as a "rolling showcase for the latest Mopar exterior parts" you can be pretty assured you're not going to be seeing anything revolutionary. And, in that context, the Chrysler 200 Super S certainly delivers.