2015 chrysler 200 limited review




2015 chrysler 200 limited review

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  • Edmunds' expert review of the Used Chrysler provides the latest look sedan, the Chrysler comes in four trim levels: LX, Limited, S and C.

    The Chrysler is ranked #17 in Affordable Midsize Cars by U.S. News & World Report. See the full review, prices, specs and pictures. The Limited model adds chrome interior accents and a Uconnect system.

    The previous Chrysler was not only poorly conceived it was a stodgy stylistic blob. Neither trait was good for sales. Its replacement.

    2015 chrysler 200 limited review

    2015 chrysler 200 limited review

    I can't really think of any. It's more of a chore to fold in half, and climb through the short door openings, than it is in any of the taller-roofed mid-sizers. That was me after spending a day behind the wheel of the all-new Chrysler sedan. But it puts Chrysler back in the ballgame, and it's selling at double the rate of the outgoing model.

    2015 chrysler 200 limited review

    2015 chrysler 200 limited review

    2015 chrysler 200 limited review

    2015 chrysler 200 limited review

    2015 chrysler 200 limited review

    Chrysler Review, Ratings, Specs, Prices, and Photos - The Car Connection

    With the Chrysler , the automaker finally has a legitimate contender in the midsize class. You know that shocking, tear-filled moment at the end of "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" when the owners of a previously dilapidated house feast their eyes on their new masterpiece? That was me after spending a day behind the wheel of the all-new Chrysler sedan. OK, there were no tears, but I was more than pleasantly surprised. Chrysler has transformed the dud of its lineup into a refined, stylish, comfortable and affordable sedan that should worry competitors.

    The is a clean-sheet redesign that shares a platform and some components with the Dodge Dart and Jeep Cherokee. It's all new inside and out, with revised powertrains, a restyled cabin, and more convenience and safety features, like available all-wheel drive and park assist.

    2015 chrysler 200 limited review

    Compare the and model years here. The goes head-to-head with some of the best-selling midsize cars on the market, including the Honda Accord, Ford Fusion and Toyota Camry. Compare all four here. Exterior It's no surprise that Chrysler's ad campaign for the new relies heavily on the familiar "Imported from Detroit" tagline — it's made near the city and was designed in Chrysler's Detroit studio. The irony is that the new has a very European look, which it wears well.

    One of the previous generation's only strengths was its classy styling. The model builds on that with a more flowing, aerodynamic look.

    2015 chrysler 200 limited review

    Sweeping lines coupled with a large, aggressive double grille and prominent winged Chrysler badge complement the dramatic and unmissable light-pipe headlight design. The sport-minded S model wears a unique lower grille, glossy black exterior trim and dual tailpipes.

    In back, a built-in decklid spoiler, sloping roofline and standard LED taillights help it stand out. The overall look is modern and dynamic, but it errs on the side of classy rather than edgy. Parked alongside the bland Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, it practically oozes style. That engine is a version of last year's 3.

    Power is ample from a stop and builds steadily, but the big story is the nine-speed automatic transmission, which is controlled via a rotary dial instead of a traditional shifter; it's new this year and standard across the lineup. Overall, it ticked off smooth, timely shifts, with little hunting. On occasion, however, I noticed an abrupt, rough shift upon deceleration at around-town speeds.

    2015 chrysler 200 limited review

    I was less enthused by the nine-speed's performance with the four-cylinder. Power wasn't an issue; the new 2. It's a big improvement over the outgoing four-cylinder — quicker, quieter and more refined. Shifts, however, often felt more erratic and harsher than they did with the V-6, especially at lower speeds.

    Chrysler said we tested pre-production models and that another transmission calibration is in the works. Thanks to the new nine-speed, fuel economy will be up for , but just how much is the question. Both V-6 and four-cylinder versions had nicely weighted, natural-feeling steering. The ride was compliant, and models with the inch alloy wheels felt composed over road imperfections. Bumps were heard and felt more keenly with the available inch wheels, however.

    2015 Chrysler 200 review



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