Archive for the ‘200’ Category
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2013 Chrysler 200 Convertible
by admin on Mar 11th, 2013
There should be more convertibles in the world. Practical, four-door cars with decent trunk space and a roof that disappears bringing us much closer to nature. That top-down, wind in the hair enjoyment that can take a boring commute and turn it into a great way to arrive anywhere. Fortunately, Chrysler appreciates that we still want a bit of fun in our lives and have maintained the inimitable Chrysler 200 convertible for our driving ...
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2012 Chrysler 200 Convertible
by admin on May 2nd, 2012
200S Convertible Ready for Summer It's been a cool Spring here in Burlington, but we're starting to get more car buyers into the dealership who are interested in the 2012 200S Convertible. Chrysler's mid-sized rag-top debuted in 2011 as a replacement for its aging Sebring. Overall, Chrysler's 200 is better built and more aesthetically pleasing than the Sebring, which was a favorite with convertible drivers. The 200's introduction was part ...
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IIHS Announces Top Safety Picks for 2012
by admin on Dec 21st, 2011
IIHS Picks Record 115 Models for 2012 The US based, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety published its final list of 2012 models rated Top Safety Picks. A record 115 models were selected this year. A remarkable number given that there were only 11 selected in 2005 when the insurance industry's safety agency started its own crash testing and rating, separate from the US Federal government's crash tests. Top Picks include 69 cars, 38 SU...
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Chrysler’s New Dual Clutch Transmission Delayed
by admin on Nov 14th, 2011
Chrysler Delays DCTs for 2012 Models Chrysler's plan to introduce a new dual-clutch transmission (DCT) to it's 2012 model, like the Dodge Avenger or Chrysler 200 sedan, have been postponed. The Detroit based automaker has been working on dual-clutch gearboxes since 2008, when it first announced it would develop a DCT with supplier Getrag. Late last year, when it introduced the restyled Dodge Avenger and Chrysler 200, Chrysler said both s...
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Chrysler Changing Car Line Up
by admin on Oct 12th, 2011
Chrysler Dropping Duplicate Vehicles According to CEO Sergio Marchionne, the Chrysler Group will offer just one minivan in the future, the Chrysler Town & Country, as part of a plan to end duplication in the showroom and give each of its brands a more distinctive lineup. "We cannot have the same type of vehicle in the showroom because the consumer is not stupid," the Chrysler CEO told Automotive News. With the four brands under ...
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2012 Chrysler 200 Sedan Overview
by admin on Sep 21st, 2011
2012 Chrysler 200 Sedan It used to be that getting the 4 cylinder version of a vehicle meant trading in driving responsiveness and smooth handing, for fuel economy, not any more. The 2012 Chrysler 200 four-cylinder makes it worth sticking with the smaller engine. The 173-horsepower, 2.4-liter World Engine is noticably improved over the old Sebring (the 200's predecessor) day, in terms of both drive-ability and fuel economy. But, for a $1,...
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Chrysler’s 2011 200 S Trim in NYC
by admin on Apr 21st, 2011
Chrysler has rolled out the final production version of it's 200 S trim model. Geared for a younger market, the S trim's exterior was refined, and interior was loaded with all the "Infotainment" equipment they could pack in, while still keeping the price affordable. Exterior Features The exterior of the S trim is now more mono-chromatic. Most of the flashy chrome has been replaced by toned-down or black parts. Even the familiar blue p...