The Chrysler 200 convertible was discontinued in 2015; however, the Chrysler 200 has a strong V6 engine and high-quality interior materials, according to Edmunds. Car and Driver also reviewed the car and said that it has too much weight and slow steering.
Car and Driver reports that because the car is heavy and its steering is less than responsive, it keeps the 200 "from being a performance standout" and gave it three out of five stars in its review.
Edmunds reviewed the car and said that it has a "slick infotainment interface" and liked the fact that the car came in all-wheel drive. However, the company said that the Chrysler 200 has less passenger room than most other cars of its size and the 4-cylinder engine model does not provide a powerful ride.
The 2015 Chrysler 200 comes in four trims, the LX, Limited, C and S. The base model is the LX and has options such as 17-inch wheels, keyless ignition and a telescoping steering wheel. The S is the top of the line model, featuring all the standard equipment found on the LX plus 18-inch wheels, acoustic windshield and front-door glass.
According to reviews, the 4-cylinder version of the Chrysler 200 runs louder than the 6-cylinder model. However, it provides better gas mileage and usually has enough power for most driver's needs.