2013 Chrysler 200 Sedan
There are 4 user reviews for the Touring trim shown below
- Good looks, smooth ride, good economy, great buy
- needs a USB port, could have included rear seat heat and cool vent
Purchased As Used
Just returned from 3335 mile trip to initiate our 2013 Chrysler 200 Tourning, 6cyl. on a long trip. Combined freeway/city m.p.g. 31.1, including Fort Bragg to Bodega Bay on California 1. On the freeway, up to 34.1. I am impressed, as it delivers much more than promised. Did my homework, think the 200 compares favorably to many models much more expensive (like the ES 350). Very comfortable, smooth ride, love the sound system. Around town, 23.6 m.p.g. Just keep your foot out of the carburetor. Couldn't be much happier. See Cliff at Cabral in Manteca, CA for a great deal....read morehide
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- Love the luxury look and technology.
- Terrible gas mileage for a 4 cyl.
Purchased As New
Love the car all around, however do not be misled by the 24/31 city and hwy mileage sign that is on the window when they are new. You will actually get 24 miles to the gallon at the VERY BEST!! Besides that the car is perfect in my opinion, its really nice and great quality from what I have experienced thus far. Ive had mine about a week now. If anything changes I will do another review. If you don't give this car a look you may just be missing out....read morehide
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- Awesome Car with lot's of great Features
- MPG Absoultely SUCKS!!!!!!!!
Purchased As New
MPG sucks, I average 18 MPG total, way off from the sticker 24 MPG average on sticker (20 city and 31 highway). With Highway and City driving, I still don't even get the advertised lowest city MPG. I drive mostly in the City but I expected atleast the 24 average MPG as advertised, a total of 6 miles per gallon difference, or about a 100 mile difference ($17.50 per fillup @ $3.50 per gallon). When I traded my huge 2008 SUV in, which averaged 15.5 average MPG, same City/Hwy driving, I expected to save money with a so called "fuel economic" car, especially from a V8 huge SUV to a mid sized 4 cylinder car. A 2.5 miles per gallon difference from a gas guzzling SUV, really? With the additional $150 payment on this vehicle, I only save $75 per month on Gas. Car is great with lot's of great features, but for a car that is identified as a "fuel economic car", I would not recommend it to anyone looking to save for fuel costs. Most mid-sized cars have way better mileage than the Chrysler 200 so if you are looking to save, don't buy. Now I'm into this car for $25k! Not happy and now more in debt!!...read morehide
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- Stunning looks inside and out
- None so far
Purchased As Not Purchased
I've test driven this 200 before except for the previous time, it was it's covertible sibling w/V6 engine. Have also rented the defunct Sebring.
Roomy, roomy, roomy. New grille like the 300 and Audi A6/A8, etc.
Body has the old sebring look. Powerful 4cyc engine.
Test drove it since i couldn't fit inside the 2013 Dogde Dart that was in the showroom....read morehide
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