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2017 Chrysler 200 Overview

John Diether
Automotive Editor - August 21, 2017

The Chrysler 200 is smaller and flashier than some of its mid-size competitors, but a polarizing powertrain and compromised rear headroom continue limiting its headroom heading into its final year of production.

What's New for 2017

Aside from new appearance packages, the 200 is unchanged.

Chrysler 200

Choosing Your Chrysler 200

Every 200 comes standard with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 184 horsepower and 173 lb-ft of torque. The optional 3.6-liter V6 provides a massive boost to 295 hp and 262 lb-fit of torque. So equipped, the 200 is one of quickest midsize sedans on the market. Both engines run with a (widely disliked) nine-speed automatic transmission. The V6 can be paired with all-wheel drive in place of the standard front-drive setup.

Four-cylinder models carry an EPA-rating of 28 miles per gallon in combined city and highway driving. The V6 manages 23 mpg combined, or 22 mpg with all-wheel drive.

The 200 covers a lot of market territory across its five trim levels:


Comes with features like keyless ignition, automatic headlights, a four-speaker sound system, and 17-inch steel wheels. Options are limited to the Uconnect 5.0 Package ($495), which adds Bluetooth, satellite radio, and a five-inch touchscreen. The LX comes with the four-cylinder engine only and starts at $23,210 with destination.


Priced from $23,705, this volume trim adds Unconnect as standard, plus a leather-wrapped steering wheel and alloy wheels. The optional Convenience Group adds a rearview camera and a power driver seat for $395. The new Dark Appearance Package for the Touring ($495) features 18-inch gloss back wheels and matching exterior trim.

Limited Platinum

Adds leather upholstery, heated power front seats, and an upgraded sound system for $25,705. The rearview camera is also standard. The V6 engine ($1,995) becomes available at this trim level. The optional Comfort and Convenience Group ($695) adds remote start, automatic climate control with rear outlets, a heated steering wheel, and heated power mirrors. Individual options include blind spot monitoring ($595) and a single-pane sunroof ($995).


Carries a sport-tuned suspension, 18-inch wheels, and more aggressive trim throughout, including somewhat questionable blue plastic pieces in the cabin. All-wheel drive can be added to V6 models for $2,220. The Navigation and Sound Group ($1,495) adds navigation and a nine-speaker Harman Kardon sound system. Exclusive to the 200S is the new Alloy Edition Package ($995) with dark bronze exterior trim and 19-inch wheels (19s are also available as a standalone option). Other equipment and options are similar to the Limited Platinum.

C Platinum

Tops of the 200 with a comfort-tuned suspension, a 10-speaker Alpine sound system (optional on the S), and expanded instrumentation — all starting at $28,890. The V6 engine and all-wheel drive remain optional. The $1,295 SafetyTec Package adds a suite of active technology, including adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, automatic emergency braking, and an automated parking system. For the ultimate 200, Chrysler offers a Premium Group ($995) with upgraded leather throughout the interior, wood trim, and ventilated front seats.

A panoramic sunroof is available on the S and C Platinum for $1,495.

CarsDirect Tip

Despite its fancy name, the Limited Platinum is the best starting point for most buyers – the 200 S is the best looking of the bunch, though, bringing sporty touches that serve the 200's shape well.

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