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Chrysler Sedan Review

American automaker Chrysler is the namesake of the Chrysler Group, which has several auto company holdings, including Fiat, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram. Chrysler has always been known for its well-built luxury sedans, like the mid-size Chrysler Sebring and the newer Chrysler 300. For the 2012 year, Chrysler is offering two sedan vehicles: the 2012 Chrysler 200 and the 2012 Chrysler 300, both of which showcase the recent comeback of the brand in the best way possible. The 200 and 300 models are the r... (full review continues below)

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Chrysler 200 Sedan

Chrysler 200 Sedan
Year
2012
MSRP
$18,995
Fuel Economy
21 City / 30 Highway
Engine
2.4L 4C
Seats
4
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Chrysler 300 Sedan

Chrysler 300 Sedan
Year
2012
MSRP
$27,170
Fuel Economy
18 City / 27 Highway
Engine
3.6L V6
Seats
4
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Chrysler Sedan Reviews

American automaker Chrysler is the namesake of the Chrysler Group, which has several auto company holdings, including Fiat, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram. Chrysler has always been known for its well-built luxury sedans, like the mid-size Chrysler Sebring and the newer Chrysler 300. For the 2012 year, Chrysler is offering two sedan vehicles: the 2012 Chrysler 200 and the 2012 Chrysler 300, both of which showcase the recent comeback of the brand in the best way possible. The 200 and 300 models are the reason Chrysler is back on track, despite its recent financial struggles during the late 2000s.

The Chrysler 200 comes in a new Touring variant this year, which was chosen an IIHS Top Safety Pick for the 2011 year and boasts Best-in-Class fuel economy at 29 mpg on the highway, as well as 283 horsepower. Fantastic technology features include a Touchscreen Radio with available streaming Bluetooth audio. The new 200 sedan has a starting MSRP of $21,370 and leases for only $199/month. The Chrysler 200 comes in several trims, including: the LX sedan, the Touring Sedan, the Limited Sedan, and the S Sedan. The 200 also comes in a convertible variant, which comes in Touring, Limited, and S trims.

The base LX sedan comes in at a slightly lower price with a starting MSRP $18,995, but also has a higher lease price of around $277 month. It has similar fuel economy ratings as the new Touring 200 and competes with such vehicles as the Dodge Avenger SE sedan and the Ford Fusion S sedan. The priciest new 200 (the S trim) comes in at a starting MSRP of $26,365 and has an estimated fuel economy of 29 mpg on the highway and 19 mpg in the city.

The 2012 Chrysler 300 has been advertised incessantly with the company's new "Imported from Detroit" campaign over the past year or so, and it certainly is drawing drivers' attention, and, for good reason. The 300 is American automaking at its finest. The 300 showcases the finesse the brand had been missing for the past few years and does it well. The 300 comes in many trims, including: the base 300, the 300 Limited, the 300 S, the 300C, the 300 SR T8, and the 300C Luxury Series, which range in price from $28,170 for the base trim to $47,170 for the SR T8. The price for the 300C Luxury Series has yet to be announced, but it should be the highest price of the 300 series.

The Chrysler 300 is a large five-passenger sedan. The previous 300 was produced from 2005-2010, and while it had the same platform and general look, it wasn't nearly as well-crafted as the 2012 version, internally and externally. The interior is now simple but elegant, and the exterior has been crafted to appear more powerful and luxurious. The Limited 300 and base trims come with a 3.6-liter V6 engine that creates 292 hp. RWD and a 5 -speed automatic transmission are standard. The 300C receives a special "Hemi"-powered V8 engine.