2015 Chrysler 200 Photo Gallery (41 Photos)

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The black sheep of Chrysler's lineup got a total makeover for 2015, with sleek new styling outside, an interior full of comfort and convenience features, and updated powertrains that promise better fuel economy.

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The new 200 is built on an Alfa Romeo chassis and is a huge departure from the outgoing model in just about every way. A sleek, sloping roofline and more angular head- and taillight designs are the exterior highlights, but not all the flash is on the outside. Under the hood, four- and six-cylinder engines are available, along with optional all-wheel drive and a standard nine-speed automatic transmission.

Cars.com photos by Steven Pham.

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Comments 

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oh look, Kia & VW had a baby...

xrs2009

I see some Impala in the back.

Rich Unger

Put a standard traditional design soft top on the covertible version rather than the ugly ones on the current model which also deplete luggage space and I will buy one to replace my wife's 2003 GTC! If it is good enough for Mercedes, BMW, Audi, as well as Mustang and Camaro, why not the 200?

Rich Unger

Not too mention all the electric motors and moving parts on that top!

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