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2013 Chrysler 200

2013 Chrysler 200

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Excellent Buy for the 30k+ a year driver

by from horsham, pa on May 6, 2016

I purchased my 2013 Chrysler 200 in October of 2014. I purchased it with 21,500 miles on it. I purchased the car because my 2011 Civic was way too small for the commute I do every day. I drive about 1...
I purchased my 2013 Chrysler 200 in October of 2014. I purchased it with 21,500 miles on it. I purchased the car because my 2011 Civic was way too small for the commute I do every day. I drive about 100 miles a day back and forth to work. I have never had a problem with my Chrysler. It starts every time. The only work I have placed on this car is brakes, oil changes and a new set of tires. I now have 81,000 miles and it still starts. I did upgrade my stereo system because it does not have blue tooth and driving in new jersey with pennsylvania plates definitely gives you more attention than the average driver. I added a subwoofer to my trunk as well to enjoy the ride, but did not upgrade any of the speakers because they sound so well. I tinted the windows to add a sleaker look, and I must say this is the best car I have ever owned in terms of dependability, appearance, and overall class. I am a business man and use this car to commute back and forth to work primarily. I love this car so much that I will probrably continue driving it until it dies, but I do not think that will happen any time soon. I have even decided that as the years go on I will keep upgrading the interior to keep up with the times! Overall this is a great car. The only thing I would change would be the 4 speed automatic transmission, but the motor purrs. It does not have alot of power, but if you aren't trying to race (like I was speeding in my honda) you'll be fine. It cruises very comfortable at 2400 rpm at 75mph on the turnpike. And it is very, very, very comfortable.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Commuting

Does recommend this car

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Best Bang For Your Buck

by from Central NJ on March 13, 2013

I bought the 2013 Chrysler 200 Limited S model. Such a great car! Amazing handling, very quick pickup. Clocked 0-60 in 6 seconds flat. Great styling, S model is definitely the best looking one too. I ...
I bought the 2013 Chrysler 200 Limited S model. Such a great car! Amazing handling, very quick pickup. Clocked 0-60 in 6 seconds flat. Great styling, S model is definitely the best looking one too. I average around 23-24 mpg. I get around 280 miles on a full tank. Plenty of trunk space, large enough for my bag full of hockey equipment and more. Paid 22,000 after rebates for new car. I have to say this car has the "best bang for the buck" out of any cars under 25K. Remote starter, satellite radio, upgraded Boston Acoustic sound system, leather heated seats, automatic headlights, fog lights and so much more. Highly recommended.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Commuting

Does recommend this car

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Best Kept Secret

by from Fairport, New York on November 18, 2012

Our '13 Chrysler 300 Limited sedan has all of the bells & whistles of a car twice its price and looks equally as sharp as most. The leather is top grade as are all interior materials, the fit & finish...
Our '13 Chrysler 300 Limited sedan has all of the bells & whistles of a car twice its price and looks equally as sharp as most. The leather is top grade as are all interior materials, the fit & finish of the cabin & even trunck compartment and built quality of the exterior. The simplicity of operation compared with many new cars like Ford's Fusion with MyFord & the latest Cadillac's with CUE proved too complicated during test drives & the added costs were not worth the premiums for what I need in a car. The new 200 is roomy, well thought out, handles nicely & has a compliant "bigger" posh Lexus-like quality vehicle ride with reliability to match. The dash with navigation & standard infotainment system is easy to utilize and allows the driver to keep his eyes focused on the road. Buttons and switchgear are large and in easy reach from the front well-contoured twin bucket seats with ample lumbar support (not unlike my primary car, a 2009 Lexus GS) aimed especially for the driver but also accessible for the front passenger needing to make an adjustment to heating or air conditioning climate controls or high resolution stereo radio. No complaints to speak of. Chrysler has done its homework with this great midsize sedan yet it's priced much lower than one would expect and our region dealer gave me an outstanding deal even without a trade.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Commuting

Does recommend this car

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Drowning in negative equity.

by from Oklahoma City, ok on February 24, 2014

Horrible, awful resale value. I can sit back and watch it tank. I have the 200 sport and that mpg listed is a lie. Gas Guzzler! I'm at 8000 miles and the front end is unstable. It goes fast but the bo...
Horrible, awful resale value. I can sit back and watch it tank. I have the 200 sport and that mpg listed is a lie. Gas Guzzler! I'm at 8000 miles and the front end is unstable. It goes fast but the body can't handle the speed. Don't waste your money.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Work

Does not recommend this car

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keep up the good work ---you are defently 1st clas

by from columbus ohio on November 20, 2012

very nice to drive and very confortable ----3.6 v6 is very peppy--and 6 speed transmission gives about 29.5 miles to the gallon at highway speeds of 65mph to 75 mph----handles very well in the mountai...
very nice to drive and very confortable ----3.6 v6 is very peppy--and 6 speed transmission gives about 29.5 miles to the gallon at highway speeds of 65mph to 75 mph----handles very well in the mountains ----overall to me this is a homerun for chrysler----this is quality #1 in my book -----thanks for asking larry a ward columbus ohio
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Having fun

Does recommend this car

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Great car, terrible resale value

by from Dallas, TX on November 26, 2013

I liked the car ever since they announced it in 2011, I worked for the Chrysler amd sold it to myself. 9 month later I try to trade it in and the car is worth $10k less than the MSRP of $23800. I was ...
I liked the car ever since they announced it in 2011, I worked for the Chrysler amd sold it to myself. 9 month later I try to trade it in and the car is worth $10k less than the MSRP of $23800. I was disappointed in the fact that this nice car with great reviews has such a terrible resale value. I've decided to keep the car because I really do like it. I don't recommend this car of you don't plan on keeping it long term.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Commuting

Does not recommend this car

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Great car.

by from Milledgeville, GA on February 13, 2015

I bought this car brand new off the lot. Since I've had it, I've not had one problem with it. Stylish on the inside and very fun to drive. So far, I can't say one bad thing about this car.
I bought this car brand new off the lot. Since I've had it, I've not had one problem with it. Stylish on the inside and very fun to drive. So far, I can't say one bad thing about this car.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Commuting

Does recommend this car

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1st New Car Purchase

by from Tucson, Arizona on March 12, 2014

Ok so before this car I owned a 2007 Saturn ION and it was THE WORST CAR EVER. I sold it and was so nervous about buying a new car. I went to the dealership and THIS CAR WAS AN EYE CATCHER. From the m...
Ok so before this car I owned a 2007 Saturn ION and it was THE WORST CAR EVER. I sold it and was so nervous about buying a new car. I went to the dealership and THIS CAR WAS AN EYE CATCHER. From the moment I drove in to the dealership I KNEW this was the car I wanted not only is it classy its smooth, quiet, reliable and SO ELEGANT. I definetley consider myself and old soul and don't like the "sporty" things most people my age do. I am 20 but I want a car that is elegant, classic I took it home and have had it for 3 months now. Its been a great car and yes it does consume gas but its great I commute 18 miles to work everyday and by the end of the week yes my tank is half empty. But on the other side this car can DRIVE and I mean DRIVE. I love to press 85+ on the freeway it makes my trips so smooth. I have noticed that my brakes make a squeaky noise I havent gotten it checked out yet but based on a review I saw here I am assumig its a 200 thing. The lights on this baby are amazing the brights are exactly that! The trunk is a great size. The back seats are very comfortable for traveling. I get compliments on how pretty it is all the time. I overall really like this car and plan on having it for a while not forever but atleast for 3 years.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Commuting

Does recommend this car

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Check it Out!

by from Arlington, Va. on March 17, 2013

I drove a new Chrysler 200 for 2013 with V-6 engine. Very quiet, secure handling, great performance, and very nice interior with the Limited. It was the sedan version. Looks like an excellent value wi...
I drove a new Chrysler 200 for 2013 with V-6 engine. Very quiet, secure handling, great performance, and very nice interior with the Limited. It was the sedan version. Looks like an excellent value with all the rebate deals. My Sebring with 65K on it and 12years old has been very reliable, so I could only bet the newer ones would be Great!!!
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Commuting

Does recommend this car

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squeakkkkkkkk

by from Indiana on October 2, 2013

Have had this car for one year have had head work in the engine worked on. Have had tie rods replaced, have had to have rims replaced because they peeled. The engine continues to tick. The brakes sque...
Have had this car for one year have had head work in the engine worked on. Have had tie rods replaced, have had to have rims replaced because they peeled. The engine continues to tick. The brakes squeak constantly and we have taken it to 2 different dealers and they say its a 200 thing. I wouldn't tell my worst enemy to buy this car. I am trying to trade this car but like someone else says you don't get anything for them.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Transporting family

Does not recommend this car

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