2015 Chrysler 200 Limited FWD Review - Chrysler Cars Review
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2015 Chrysler 200 Limited FWD Review, Chrysler anticipates that 70 percent of the buyers for its new mid-size sedan will choose a four-cylinder powerplant, which is why the 2.4-liter Tigershark-equipped 200 is the focus of this test. (A 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 is also available.) Our mid-level Limited test car arrived at our offices wearing subdued Granite Crystal metallic paint and a set of satin silver 18-inch aluminum wheels shod with 235/45 Bridgestone Ecopia EP422 tires.The 200 is Chrysler’s new entry in a fiercely competitive mid-size-sedan segment. Basically, it’s a stretched Dart with a nicer interior and stylish sheetmetal. A 2.4-liter four-cylinder is standard, and a 3.6-liter V-6 is available. Front-wheel drive is standard on both engines; the V-6 offers all-wheel drive, which is unique in this segment. A nine-speed automatic handles shifting duties. Too much weight, slow steering, and a lack of precision keep the V-6 from being a performance standout.Inside, the 200 Limited’s cabin provides a contemporary atmosphere befitting of its newly sleek exterior, avoiding discordant garnishes in favor of elegant minimalism. Basic black abounds, accented by thin strips of chrome breaking up surfaces and delineating control groups on the dash, doors, and console.Chrysler’s rotary gear selector shares space in the console with the electric parking brake and large round climate controls, all appropriately sized for easy, intuitive operation by the meaty paws of corn-fed North Americans. The instrument panel follows suit, placing two large and legible dials front and center, the space between them occupied by an information screen and segmented fuel-level and engine-temperature gauges. The layout might not be cutting edge, but you’ll rarely waste time looking for switchgear or controls. Our test car’s kit didn’t include Fiat/Chrysler’s now-ubiquitous 8.4-inch Uconnect screen, instead making do with a 5.0-inch version, which still provides Bluetooth connectivity but lacks navigation.
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