2015 Chrysler 200
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Chrysler hits a home run!

by from Paul from KCMO on June 10, 2014

What a wonderful car! We bought a fully-loaded 200C with V6 & sunroof. It has adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitor, navigation, the works (everything but AWD). Averaging 28 mpg on the V6, too! ...
What a wonderful car! We bought a fully-loaded 200C with V6 & sunroof. It has adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitor, navigation, the works (everything but AWD). Averaging 28 mpg on the V6, too! Our only complaints are a ripple in the windshield that Chrysler has been notified about & hitting the light control knob with my knee. Otherwise, it has a silky smooth ride, is extremely comfortable on the road, very quiet, and has exceptional acceleration. This car gets a lot of attention! Many ask, "This is a CHRYSLER?" We love the sweeping hood & trunk line - gives it a sports car look. The panoramic sunroof is sweet! This is a lot of car for the money, too. Definitely worth checking out!
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New 200c AWD loaded

by from Atlanta, Georgia on July 11, 2014

Just bought the first one a month ago Chrysler 200C AWD. Watched youtube videos prior to this on the 3.6L V6 model. They looked great. Looked at them couple different places - couldnt find the Deep Re...
Just bought the first one a month ago Chrysler 200C AWD. Watched youtube videos prior to this on the 3.6L V6 model. They looked great. Looked at them couple different places - couldnt find the Deep Red we wanted until finally. Technology package. Its worth it! Never seen a car that can steer you in the lane (lane sense) and keep you a predetermined distance behind vehicles in front you using ACC active cruise control. It will even break for you if a car slows down to turn! It takes a lot of the chore out of driving. But man the power of this V6 295HP engine and the throaty sound of the dual exhaust is awesome. My wife even drives it sporty compared to the Jeep Grand Cherokee we had. Ventilated seats are nice and the 2nd LCD screen is cool with the nav and digital speedometer. Not sure if we needed the all wheel drive but get the tech package! The parking assist will park the car for you as well in parallel or perpendicular parking! Very affordable car. Get the C model it costs a little more but is more luxury feel but still has everything the S model has. Sport mode on the electronic shifter which is a dial. This car beats camry or accord hands down! Very affordable car.
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Great Luxury Feel for Eco Price

by from Linden, VA on September 29, 2014

I bought a 2015 Chrysler 200S with a 2.4L 4cyl. Engine for 25,000 and I think the value for how beautiful the car looks is unmatched. I have the 8.4 UConnect with all the capability and the interior h...
I bought a 2015 Chrysler 200S with a 2.4L 4cyl. Engine for 25,000 and I think the value for how beautiful the car looks is unmatched. I have the 8.4 UConnect with all the capability and the interior has to be best in its class. The outside looks good as well. It drives real smooth and picks up just fine with a 4cyl. No need to buy the 6. So far I'm getting 31 MPG. Great Car. I shopped around a lot before deciding on this and I couldn't be happier.
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Love this vehicle!

by from Charlotte NC on January 27, 2015

As a female with a large purse that holds everything and cannot find anything ... this car is a dream. I bought the C class and I only have to be near the car with keys in my purse and it unlocks when...
As a female with a large purse that holds everything and cannot find anything ... this car is a dream. I bought the C class and I only have to be near the car with keys in my purse and it unlocks when I open the door handle. I use the brake and start button and I'm off. Love the blue tooth again, as I no longer have to dig in my purse to find my phone. When I park the car, I lock it from the outside button on the door handle. Great sound systems, handles nicely. Test drove two competitor vehicles and the 200 provided more options for the same money, handled better than the other mid-size sedans... love the remote start, GPS, heated seats, back up camera. Great vehicle!
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BUYER BEWARE

by from WASHINGTON on October 24, 2016

BOUGHT NEW 200 IN 2015. PAID 26000. AFTER A YEAR THE CAR IS WORTH ON A TRADE 8000.00 SALESMAN SAID ITS BECAUSE CHRYSLER DUMPED THESE CAR IN THE RENTAL MARKET. A ONE YEAR OLD CAR THATS ALMOST WORTHLE...
BOUGHT NEW 200 IN 2015. PAID 26000. AFTER A YEAR THE CAR IS WORTH ON A TRADE 8000.00 SALESMAN SAID ITS BECAUSE CHRYSLER DUMPED THESE CAR IN THE RENTAL MARKET. A ONE YEAR OLD CAR THATS ALMOST WORTHLESS.
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Excellent Value - The 200 has come a long way.

by from Medina, OH on April 20, 2015

As a long time GM fan, I purchased a 2012 Chrysler 200, drove it for 3 years trying to decide what vehicle I really wanted. After 3 years, 80,000 miles, and some nice improvements to the 200, I once a...
As a long time GM fan, I purchased a 2012 Chrysler 200, drove it for 3 years trying to decide what vehicle I really wanted. After 3 years, 80,000 miles, and some nice improvements to the 200, I once again returned to Chrysler. I like luxury, so the 200C fit the bill. 1) Probably the nicest looking and functional Instrument Cluster I have ever seen. Designed really nicely and implemented well. The blue and white color scheme is really nice. Integration with the navigation system was a nice surprise - as you approach a turn, the display will show the upcoming turn. 2) The leather bucket seats are comfortable and nice looking - improved over the 2012 model. 3) I like the Panoramic Moonroof - wind buffeting could be reduced however. 4) The bottle holders in the front door was a nice addition. 5) Controls are well laid out and aesthetically pleasing. Most of the controls are integrated into the 8.4 inch display, however redundant climate controls are nicely done. Missing are the independent heated seat controls - would be nice to have these back. Also, the light switch was moved from the steering wheel stalk to the left side of the dash - nicely placed, but I keep hitting it with my knee and changing the position. 6) Engine and the 9-speed transmission seem smoother than the 2012. 7) Steering wheel has a nice feel and controls are well laid out. Switches appear to be of higher quality. 8) Homelink is still on the visor - I think this should be moved to the more standard rear view mirrow. When the visor is flipped down, you cant see the buttons. 9) Dial shift control - some people don't like it, personally I do. I only took a few days to adjust to the new type of control. 10) The 8.4" touchscreen display if very nice, well integrated. Chrysler's uConnect is one of the best systems in vehicles today. The bluetooth integration just works. I would like to see a higher quality touchscreen put on the unit however. Yelp is a nice addition - you can actually find things now via voice command. 11) Center console - they tried some innovative things with allowing the cup holders to slide under the armrest - I don't like it. You can't slide it back if you have anything in the center console, and I miss the small upper section they got rid of. I want to see the dual lid come back. Overall I really like this vehicle. You can find another vehicle equipped so well for the same price. The vehicle has a nice quiet ride, looks nice, and gets decent gas mileage. Excellent Value! nice job Chrysler.
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HORRIBLE!!!!!!!!

by from Lee's Summit, MO. on April 28, 2017

I bought my 2015 Chrysler 200 Limited in October 2014. I had to replaced the tires at 20,000 because they went bald. Then at 25,000 I had to get a new engine. Now at 38,000 I am getting another engine...
I bought my 2015 Chrysler 200 Limited in October 2014. I had to replaced the tires at 20,000 because they went bald. Then at 25,000 I had to get a new engine. Now at 38,000 I am getting another engine! The dealership has been NO HELP! I hate this car and wish that I would have NEVER bought it!
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Worst car I've ever owned

by from Miami, Fl on June 21, 2017

Purchased this vehicle less than two years ago. I have experienced transmission issues now for the past year. Despite Chrysler replacing the transmission, I am still experiencing issues which have cau...
Purchased this vehicle less than two years ago. I have experienced transmission issues now for the past year. Despite Chrysler replacing the transmission, I am still experiencing issues which have caused extreme safety concerns as I have two small children. Chrysler is refusing to stand behind their product and make things right despite having my issues escalated through Chrysler Care Assistance. I will NEVER purchase a Chrysler again. Once I am able to, I will be getting rid of this vehicle and buying someone I feel safe putting my children in.
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4th mopar

by from Swedesboro, nj on January 1, 2015

Over 1600 miles logged in and my 200 S model. Looks good outside. Best in class interior, bluetooth connection issues however are apparent. Unconnect APP is cool because you can unlock, lock and remot...
Over 1600 miles logged in and my 200 S model. Looks good outside. Best in class interior, bluetooth connection issues however are apparent. Unconnect APP is cool because you can unlock, lock and remote vehicle but takes 2-3 mins to process. Transmission is wonky but as car adjusts to drivers habits improves slightly.
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i think its a terrific car

by from advnce n.c. on January 22, 2017

my wife & I love this car& I hope they keep making it & and from some of the reviews I have read I do not see a thing wrong with this car.i would put this car up in front of the other auto makers.
my wife & I love this car& I hope they keep making it & and from some of the reviews I have read I do not see a thing wrong with this car.i would put this car up in front of the other auto makers.
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