Wednesday 17 November 2010

Photo Gallery: 2011 Chrysler 200

Chrysler has announced prices on the Sebring-replacement. The entry-level LX will start from $19,995 including $750 destination fee, rising to $24,495 for the range-topping 200 Limited. Later on, an ‘S’ trim-level will be added.

Essentially a facelifted Sebring, the 200 gets reworked front and rear fascias, interior and prices. Inside the 200, owners will be treated to soft-touch materials, instead of the hard, unwanted plastics of the Sebring.

Powering the 200 will be two petrol engines; a 173bhp (175PS) 2.4 litre, 4 cylinder and the all-new 283bhp (286PS) 3.6 litre V6 Pentastar. The 2.4 produces 225Nm (166lb-ft) of torque and can be linked with either a 4 speed or 6 speed automatic, while the 3.6 V6 Pentastar is only available with a 6 speed automatic and kicks out 353Nm (260lb-ft) of torque.

Standard and optionally features include ambient lighting, SIRIUS Satellite Radio, 30GB hard drive w/iPod® connectivity, cruise control, leather seats, x6 airbags, ESC and active head restraints.

The new 2011 Chrysler 200 sedan will arrive in U.S dealerships in fourth quarter 2010. The 200 is built at the Sterling Heights, Mich. Assembly Plant.

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