2013 Chrysler 200: More Photos

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The midsize-car class is full of capable, comfortable sedans. Unfortunately, Chrysler's offering isn't one of them. Although the 200 is affordable, it doesn't have much else going for it. The 2013 Chrysler 200 sedan starts at $20,690 for a base LX version and tops out at $26,250 in Limited trim, including destination.

Despite the sedan's pokey powertrain and cramped cargo space, the 200 is attractive, inside and out. Click here for the full review and check out the gallery below. Cars.com photos by Evan Sears.

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Comments 

Robert

I drove one yesterday as a rental. What a boring uninspiring car, and not worth over $20k! I had the base model, and interior controls were average at best. Acceleration was moderate, I think it had a 4 speed transmission still, or at least felt like it. On top of that, Chryslers are not known for long term quality. There are much better cars out there for this price range.

attgig

this has rental car written all over it....

Steve

"Although the 200 is affordable, it doesn't have much else going for it. " Pretty much nailed it right there.

jyd

Would anyone notice if Chrysler stopped making cars?

TroyS

Is this another re-badged Fiat....Imported "to" Detroit?

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