Chrysler 200 2013 reviews




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  • Chrysler Touring 4dr Sedan (L 4cyl 6A) I previously had a silver/grey Chrysler Sebring Touring Hardtop convertible (with most of the Limited's options). So upgrading to a red/cream Limited Hardtop convertible was pretty straight forward (all controls and.

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    Chrysler 200 2013 reviews

    Chrysler 200 2013 reviews

    This one still has that weird low-frequency shudder when you're creeping out of a driveway with the brake pedal partially depressed. Fuel economy is unimpressive with either the new V6 or the carryover four-cylinder engine, the seats are uncomfortable, and handling and braking are just middling. Is this model prone to repairs? The car has a super quiet and comfortable ride and accelerates nicely.

    Chrysler 200 2013 reviews

    Chrysler 200 2013 reviews

    Chrysler 200 2013 reviews

    Chrysler 200 2013 reviews

    Chrysler 200 2013 reviews

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    This Chrysler Limited is a big improvement over the one I had last year. On this one, nothing fell off. I couldn't say the same about the last one. This one still has that weird low-frequency shudder when you're creeping out of a driveway with the brake pedal partially depressed. There is still the same side-to-side moderate torque steer pull of the steering wheel during hard acceleration.

    But last year, during that hard acceleration, the got a time of 6. And while nothing fell off it this time, I can't mince words here: The felt flimsy. It reminded me of a recent drive in a Dodge Dart , a car even more flimsy than this one.

    Chrysler 200 2013 reviews

    That Dart cured me of the belief that all European cars were handling dynamos. The , meanwhile, is still a rehashed Chrysler Sebring, with a lowered ride height, new bushings, a sway bar in back and an interior gone over and tarted-up a bit. You won't return to the rental counter to demand something else but neither are you likely to buy one for your personal fleet of great automobiles.

    However, just because a car is made to cheaply fill out a fleet order somewhere doesn't mean it should be condemned. It gets you where you're going. You couldn't ask it to do more than that. True, the styling looks like it was designed by the Bland Society of Boring City. Yet this car, the , is Chrysler's biggest seller at , last year.

    Chrysler 200 2013 reviews

    Maybe for people who just want a car to get from point A to point B for boring this is enough. But for you, the Autoweek reader, there are many other choices out there. A new is coming in , which is good news, but it is rumored to be on the Dart platform, which is maybe less good. I'm genuinely curious about the Chrysler , possibly one of the most pilloried vehicles in recent memory. Is it really as miserable as the world's journalists have cited?

    Does it fail to erase the hopeless nightmares of scratchy plastics and anemic engines? Is it still frumpy? Let's start with the driving experience.

    The steering is languid; the optional leather-perforated wheel is humongous, helpful given the torque-steer of the hp, 3. The brakes are mushy. The suspension manages to be squishy and jarring all at once. Flustered by forward momentum, the six-speed automatic transmission is doggedly slow to kick down under acceleration, geared as it is toward fuel economy.

    Chrysler 200 2013 reviews

    The hp is a lot in this segment, but it never feels fast and results in EPA-rated fuel mileage at the lower end of the midsize segment. At least the V6 is quiet: But ask it to speed up to change lanes and it'll respond like a high school junior asked to clean up his fifth rewrite of an essay -- grumbling reluctance, followed by untidiness. And the silver trim ring around the shifter -- possibly the only brightwork in the interior -- came off in my hand as I placed a phone in the center console.

    It didn't fit anyway the trim ring, not my phone , so I didn't feel like I was sabotaging the poor machine. There is some good in here: Tall people will find little to complain about in back. Trunk room is surprisingly vast, even if the trunk lid opening is reduced by the rearward-canted roofline. The controls are blessedly simple and organized as such; Uconnect is responsive and fast as it usually is, though changing presets and reverting to current artist info requires finger presses on the level of a Shostakovich concerto.

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