The 3.6 liter V-6 engine on the Chrysler 200 Sedan offers 283 horsepower, making it best-in-class. This impressive power does not cost an arm and a leg at the pump - with city travel at 21 mpg, and 29 mpg highway.
Some controls are now accessed from user-friendly backlit steering wheel buttons, which is a big improvement in convenience and safety.
Users enjoy the added feature of Chrysler's exclusive Uconnect entertainment system for its simplicity and intuitiveness in programming and large storage capacity (up to 30 GB).
Despite greater width, the room for hips in the Chrysler 200 Sedan is tight, and the trunk is not as roomy as the competition.
Test drives on other sedans in this class will highlight loose steering in the Chrysler 200 Sedan, making drivers less comfortable on tight maneuvers.
Even with the improved interior that promised reduction in noise levels, sounds from wind and road traffic are still easily audible inside.
Performance on National Highway Traffic Safety Administration crash tests is not impressive, with only a middling three stars for side impacts.