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The S Appearance Package adds a lot of visual drama with specific 18-inch wheels and a black-accented grille, fog lamp bezels and headlights.
For a budget sedan, the interior is done well and is one of the car's only strengths. Materials quality is high, and Chrysler's attention to detail is evident.
The Uconnect system works well, but the screen is small and the technology is dated. The lack of a backup camera option is inexcusable.
Chrysler keeps the interior fresh and interesting with subtly patterned seats.
Most competitors have a more spacious backseat; taller passengers will need more legroom to be comfortable.
Fixed head restraints and a lack of legroom made the 200's backseat inhospitable to child-safety seats.
Trunk space was adequate on my trip, but again, most competitors offer more room.