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2016 Chrysler 200

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2016 CHRYSLER 200: The 2016 Chrysler 200 - billed as the new "face of Chrysler," wears a stylish grille and headlamps, along with the revised Chrysler badge and more defined wing. The 200 offers buyers a choice of two world-class engines: the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 produces 295-horsepower or the standard 184hp 2.4L MultiAir2 Tigershark four-cylinder engine. Grabbing headlines, the Chrysler 200 is the industry's first mid-size sedan with a standard nine-speed automatic transmission, which is boost fuel economy ratings. On top of that, the front-wheel drive 200 sedan is available with an all-wheel drive system and automatic fully disconnecting rear axle - that once again helps to reduce fuel costs. The signature light pipe or available full-LED daytime running lamps, LED fog lamps and standard LED taillamps give the Chrysler 200 a distinctive look, complementing the new sculptured exterior. To celebrate the 90th year of Chrysler as a brand, a 90th Anniversary package for the 200 Limited model that adds standard equipment such as an 8.4-in. touchscreen radio with Uconnect Access and SiriusXM Radio, a sunroof, leather-wrapped steering wheel, power four-way driver lumbar adjust, power eight-way driver seat, front floor mats with Chrysler Anniversary logo and unique Chrysler Anniversary screen logo. Consumers have from ten different exterior clear or pearl coat colors from which to choose, including shades called Velvet Red, Vivid Blue, and Deep Forest. Within the five-passenger cabin, all '16 Chrysler 200 sedan features interior trim and materials that are well-crafted, pleasing to the eye, soft to the touch with world-class levels of fit and finish. The tailored trunk has a respectable 14.5 cu. ft. of cargo room. While at the Chicago Auto Show, asks a Chrysler representative about the new body structure, including laser-brazed roof welds and "Round Robot" paint concept.

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