I have been waiting for my fully loaded Chrysler 200S V6 and I received it a few days ago. I have to say it was well worth the wait. The first thing I noticed was its fit and finish is outstanding, especially the interior.
Next is how smooth and quiet it is at road speed. Then I put the pedal to the metal and unleashed those 283 horses, and boy, this baby flies! I read many reviews on this car, and it seems like for every positive review there was some character ripping it apart, calling it a warmed over Sebring, etc. Well, if you are in the market for one of these, the only advice I can give is take one for a drive and judge it for yourself. You may be pleasantly surprised.
I just bought this car a few days ago, and I really like it.
The V6 is very quick and the car looks good.
The seats are very comfy and I love the blue tooth "UCONNECT"
The con to this car is the speakers and electronics.
The speakers aren't great unless you get the Boston Acoustics System (extra money)
So I plan to buy speakers elsewhere and upgrade.
My mother has the 200 S Convertible with leather seats and premium sound system and its amazing.
I couldn't afford something that nice so I went with the $8,000+ less model haha.
But really give this a test drive if you are thinking about it
When I started my search for a new car I was pretty sure I would end up with an Optima or Sonata. I had set my budget at 25K out the door (tax and tags included). I also made up my mind that I would drive all the comparable makes & models before I made a decision. The Chrysler 200 was not even on my list until I had driven the Optima and Sonata, found that I was not happy with the standard 2.4 liter engine and the 274hp turbo would not fit in my budget. It was the 3.6L V-6 that made me try the 200S. To my surprise it was the quickest, quietest and best handling of the bunch and it had the media center, etc. Price w/rebates? 21,510.
Can't beat that - truly fun to drive.
I just bought my 2012 200 Limited yesterday and so far I am loving it.
After test driving several I opted for the v6 over the 4 cylinder.
That 283 hp is just hard to resist.
If this car holds up over time, Toyota may have a serious competitor on their hands again from an American manufacturer.
My wife is already wanting me to drive her Avalon so she can drive the 200.
Great first impression! Seats are great; ride is sporty and comfortable; throttle is responsive; sound system is great; Controls in touch screen are a breeze to use; SAT, NAV, MC is great.
This car feels like a high end euro model!