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chrysler 200 dayton ohiochrysler 200 dayton ohioChrysler 200 Overview

The Chrysler 200 is a midsize sedan with an upscale interior and an incredibly affordable starting price of just $21,995. This model is available in one of four trim levels with several option groups and one of two engines depending on the trim you select.

Powertrain and Output

Most Chrysler 200 models come standard with a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine generating 184 horsepower and a torque of 173 pound-feet. If you choose the Limited, S, or C trim, the Chrysler 200 is available with a 3.6-liter V6 engine that boosts output to 295 horsepower and 262 pound-feet. Regardless of the engine, you will get a 9-speed automatic transmission and standard front-wheel drive. The sport-themed 200S also features paddle shifters on the steering wheel, and V6 models can have all-wheel [...

The 2015 Chrysler 200: The Beauty and Benefits Behind its Aerodynamic Design The 2015 Chrysler 200 has many unique features that place it in a class above similar vehicles. One of the premier highlights that elevates this vehicle above similar models is the countless engineering hours that were placed into the creation of its aerodynamic design. No other car manufacturer has ever spent more man hours on the aerodynamic aspects of a vehicle than Chrysler has on the 200. The new 2015 Chrysler 200 is the chrysler 200 dayton ohiochrysler 200 dayton ohiobest aerodynamic vehicle in its class. Its design has been proven to trump that of the Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Toyota Camry, Ford Fusion and Chevrolet Malibu. Check out our Review for some detailed information.


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chrysler 200 dealership daytonchrysler 200 dealership daytonLast year, Chrysler conducted a comparison study on the Chrysler 200 Limited versus the Toyota Camry SE. Who do you think emerged as the “winner”? Well, here are some key points from what Vehicle Evaluation Specialist, Paul Gerrard had to say:

  • Thanks to the 283P Pentastar V6 engine, the Chrysler 200 is able to keep the weight evenly distributed upon acceleration
  • The Toyota Camry gets a lot of wheel spin which is due to the weight shifted off the front tires toward the back of the vehicle
Lane Change and Maneuverability

Successful evasive maneuvering: Chrysler 200 displayed poise and performance
Toyota Camry has a lot of body shifting and a fair amount of understeer, which requires immediate attention from the stability control system, which in [...

Shopping for a Chrysler 200 can be broken down into a few simple steps. There are many reasons you may be attracted to Chrysler’s hottest car, but sorting through which model may be confusing if you are not aware of the differences. Follow these simple steps and you will be on the road in no time.

  1. Congratulations, you have made the decision to buy a brand new car. You are probably excited and can’t wait to start enjoying that new car smell that you dream about. But before you drive to the closest Chrysler dealership and sign on the dotted line, choosing which dealership to go to can be the largest and overlooked factor. As you may have already noticed, every car dealer claims they have the lowest price. But how can that be? Someone must be lying…. To tell the truth, every Chrysler dealer near Troy, Ohio gets Chrysler 200’s at the same [...]

Many questions have been floating around about what certain indicators and symbols on the dashboard mean in the 2012 Chrysler 2012, specifically about the Tire Pressure Monitoring System, Change Oil Message, and Gas Cap Message.

Tire Pressure Monitoring System

One of the things that make the 2012 Chrysler 200 unique is the Tire Pressure Monitoring System. TPMS is an electronic system that is designed to measure the pressure inside the four road tires and alert the driver when the pressure is getting low. But what do you do when the indicator light comes on?

The TPMS light is located in the instrument cluster. It will turn on and a chime will sound if the pressure is low in one or more of the tires. Once the light is illuminated, one or more of your tires is underinflated and should be inflated to meet the recommended standards of the tire manufacturer. This information is located on [...]

What is Home Link?

Home Link replaces up to THREE remote controls or handheld transmitters, like garage door openers, motorized gates, lighting, and even home security systems. The buttons are located in the headliner or sun visor.

It is recommended that the battery be replaced in the handheld device(s) being programmed to Home Link for maximum efficiency. Additionally, Home Link is powered via your vehicle’s battery, so it does not require battery charge or replacement.

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How do I program my remote controls to the Home Link buttons?

Before you can sync the Home Link buttons to your remote controls, you first must erase any pre-programed information. To do this, hold down the two outside buttons at the same time until the red buttons flashes. It may take up [...

Well, take a seat in it and you’ll know! I was impressed with this luxury sedan as soon as I opened the door. The first things that stood out to me, being a detail person, were the beautiful black leather seats that were accented with double-stitched white trim. After I adjusted the power seats, I used the integrated controls on the four-spoke steering wheel to choose a radio station via uconnect (touch screen media hub).

As soon as I left the Paul Sherry dealership parking lot, I drove about a quarter mile before I hit the railroad tracks. Normally, I would slow way down before driving over railroad tracks, but I wanted to see how the Chrysler 200 handled a bumpy and uneven surface – to my surprise, it handled beautifully and perfectly smooth. When I turned onto the access road to merge onto the highway, I took the “S” curve at full speed. The [...]

Who says Chrysler Group is only known for its trucks and SUVs?

The pending launch of the all-new 2013 Dodge Dart this quarter combined with amazing growth in our car sales — lead by the Chrysler 200 — means that the company’s reputation for trucks and SUVs will need to be reconsidered by many.

Chrysler Group’s March 2012 sales were again lead by our cars — with a 53% growth compared to March 2011 for a total of 51,514 sold.

And, which car is leading the charge?

It’s none other than the original Imported from Detroit star, the Chrysler 200.

For March, the Chrysler 200 was our #2 top seller with 14,914 sold — pretty good for a 121% increase over March 2011. That was easily the best-selling month in the 200’s relatively short life.

While we don’t officially give out specific retail sales numbers, we can say that March retail sales for the 200 [...]

The 2012 Chrysler 200 sedan is already known as a top safety choice with surprising value. It has a look that says “I’m on my way. ” But what about the 2012 Chrysler 200S? What does that “S” stand for? What does that “S” really mean?

  • Sophisticated ride and interior
  • Sculpted exterior lines, reminiscent of a piece of fine art
  • Steering wheel with perforated leather
  • Six 276W Boston Acoustics speakers
  • Suede inserts in the leather-heated bucket S seats
  • Sculpted exterior
  • SiriusXM Satellite Radio? subscription, no-charge for 1 year
  • Signature grille with an “S” black finish

As impressive as the list of features already is, the “S” stands for even more. The 2012 Chrysler 200S takes full advantage of its award winning 3.6L V6 24-valve VVT engine and looks the part with 18-inch aluminum polished/painted “S” wheels and dual-bright exhaust tips. Inside, a 40GB, 6.5-inch touchscreen radio is the window into your own personal [...]

At first sight of the Chrysler 200, it looks like a compact car that is focused on gas mileage. What will give the 200 the initial impression of the “compact car” is the size. But of course you will see the 200 at the dealership, and nine times out of ten times, it will be sitting next to the older brother, the Chrysler 300. Then I thought to myself,

“what is Chrysler doing trying to make just a fuel-efficient car?”

But just as I thought I was climbing into a compact small fuel-efficient car, I sat inside and you will quickly realize that you were completely wrong. As I sat inside, my immediate attention went straight toward luxurious features the 200 has to offer. The interior has a very clean organized layout, with a traditional hand clock to give it that “luxury” exclamation point that you expect from a Chrysler.

As I adjusted the seat, [...]

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