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2015 Chrysler 200 Overview

John Diether
Automotive Editor - July 22, 2014

A new generation of the midsize Chrysler 200 bows for 2015 with substantial upgrades in most areas. It's now a much stronger competitor to top-selling sedans like the Ford Fusion and Honda Accord.

What's New for 2015

The redesigned 200 boasts dramatic styling along with never-before mechanical features like a nine-speed transmission and available all-wheel drive. The convertible has been discontinued.

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Choosing Your Chrysler 200

All 200 models start out with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder, now with 184 horsepower. Output on the optional 3.6-liter V6 has been bumped to a class-leading 295 horsepower. A nine-speed automatic transmission serves both engines. The V6 features a Sport mode for snappier transmission response and tighter steering, and can be paired with all-wheel drive.

The 200 is available in four trim levels:


The entry-level 200 carries the four-cylinder engine and most of the expected family-car conveniences, plus keyless ignition. Note that options are limited, and the four-speaker sound system lacks a CD player. A Uconnect Package adds an audio display screen, plus Bluetooth phone and audio.


Builds on the LX with an upgraded interior and sound system, plus individual options like a sunroof and 18-inch wheels. The Comfort Group adds remote start, dual-zone automatic climate control and heated front seats; a Convenience Group includes a rearview camera, power driver seat, heated mirrors and satellite radio.


The V6 (with or without all-wheel drive) is available on the 200S, and most of the Limited's equipment and options are standard. You also get performance upgrades like a sport-tuned suspension, 18- or 19-inch wheels, and sport seats trimmed in cloth and leather. The interior has a nicer appearance overall and is quieter, too, thanks to standard acoustic glass. Full leather seating with front ventilation is available, as are panoramic sunroof and blind-spot warning system.

The optional Navigation and Sound Group includes a navigation system and a nine-speaker sound system, plus a full-feature electronics interface.


The luxury model in the line, the 200C can also get the V6 and all-wheel drive, but does without the 200S' other performance upgrades. As expected, power leather seats come standard. The SafetyTec Package adds a bundle of active safety technology like adaptive cruise control, frontal collision warning, lane-keeping assist and and automated parking system. A Premium Group, finally, tops off the interior with driver memory settings, real wood trim and a heated steering wheel.

CarsDirect Tip

The 200 lineup is designed to cover a lot of market territory, so there are major differences in trim levels. The LX comes up short on equipment and amenities, leaving the Limited as the proper base model in our view. To truly experience the important improvements bestowed on the new 200, we recommend upgrading to the S or C model.

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