2013 Chrysler 200 Touring 2.4L
Not a race car, but a nice work car and grocery getter
So far the car only has the driver's door opening handle peel the chrome coating.
I like the car. It's not a street racer, but a drive to work and the store car. It's not the best powered car on the market with the 4 cylinder engine. I've drove a 6 cylinder version and liked the power, but couldn't keep from driving it with my foot all the way down, so I bought a 4 cylinder version.
I test drove a couple of rental car returns, and think they must leave the sound insulation out of those cars. I ended up buying a model year left over car new for less than the rental return cars were selling for. I've been very happy. The door openings are much larger and the car sits a bit higher than many others. I drive a lot of full size rental cars. If there isn't a Chevy Impala, this is the car I choose. And I only like the Impala because of the 300+ HP engine. Some cars are faster or have more trinkets, but it has a nice ride for a smaller car and I know where all the buttons are.
I had an older Deville before this, but my last long term car was a 07 Pontiac G6. Both the 200 and G6 had very few problems. The 200 does ride quieter, and gets a little better fuel mileage. I had a 4 cylinder version of the G6 for 5 years, and sold to my step daughter who is still driving it 3 years later.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 21st June, 2015