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Good second-hand car.
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By Tom P.
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2013 Chrysler 200 Touring 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 6A)


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Good car not a lot of room rise of little choppy other than that the interior is nice and handles good on the road fuel economy could be a little better other than that it's pretty good car.


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An upgrade to my previous 08 Sebring Tring HT vert
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By Steinar Andersen
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2013 Chrysler 200 Limited 2dr Convertible (3.6L 6cyl 6A)


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I previously had a silver/grey 2008 Chrysler Sebring Touring Hardtop convertible (with most of the Limited's options). So upgrading to a red/cream 2013 200 Limited Hardtop convertible was pretty straight forward (all controls and features are basically the same). Except, the 200's materials are much nicer than the previous Sebring's plastic finishes. The 200's 3.6 Pentastar/6 speed tranny combination (with autostick) was a pleasant surprise compared to the previous 2.7/4 speed tranny combination from 2008. No more hunting of gears while on hilly terrain with the 200. The entertainment/gps system was also slightly improved and unlike the manufacturers constant need to further complicate infotainment systems (I have a 2017 Pacifica that has a HUGE manual needed to find everything for its infotainment system), the 730 stereo has enough fun features without being overly complicated. The 200 also rides quieter. The cherry red exterior and cream interior is a striking color combination, and looks nicer than most other convertibles. The hardtop feature of the convertible is what wins with me due to better security, quieter ride, and the ability to drive in the winter without worries of the snow load during storms (only the Volvo and VW Eos had this feature but like the 200 convertible, they also no longer manufacture a hardtop convertible anymore).... otherwise, I'd have looked at the Mustang or Camaro convertible. Unfortunately, Chrysler stopped making these Hardtop convertibles in 2015.... so I bought this used 2013 to last me another 15 years as there is nothing being sold now or on the horizon that compares. The 2013 is the epitome of the three and a half generations of the Sebring/200 convertibles (1996-2014), and unless Chrysler starts making another one..... all I can say to the person looking for a good used convertible, is to buy a good example of a 2013/2014 Limited or S Hardtop convertible. You won't be sorry (just make sure you get an extended bumper to bumper warranty for piece of mind). I bought this one with 96,250 miles for $13,250 (including the 5 yr/60,000 mile "premium" warranty)...... and I consider it the best buy out there for a hardtop convertible. Bar none.


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Love my Chrysler 200!
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By Elsie Davison
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2013 Chrysler 200 Touring 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 6A)


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I have owned by Chrysler 200 since it was new in 2013. It is a comfortable, reliable and perfect for what I need.


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Severely under appreciated!!
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By Jim
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2013 Chrysler 200 Limited 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 6A)


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I don't get all of the terrible "professional" reviews for this car... This is the 3rd Chrysler/ Dodge I've owned over the past 12 years with 0 issues. I have a 2013 200 Limited currently, and a 2016 Fusion Titanium, and I honestly trust the 200 more. The fusion has been back to the dealer going on 6 times now with this or that going wrong. The fusion has more features, but is just a cluster of nonsense all across the board compared to the simple yet beautiful layout in the 200. It is an extremely solid feeling driver, in both handling and quiet ride.


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Please don't buy this car.
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By Matt
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2013 Chrysler 200 Limited 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 6A)


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All the electric windows stopped working. Heat stopped working. Both headlights blew and melted brackets. Transmission kicks hard and knocks when down shifting and doesn't change gear sometime when downshifting. My wife bought car though I warned about Chrysler products.


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