The 2015 Chrysler 200 is the Sharpest Small Chrysler Vehicle Ever

The Chrysler Group showed that they are serious about competing in the midsized luxury market with the introduction of the 2015 Chrysler 200 at the 2014 North American International Auto Show – revealing a car that is one of the most luxurious smaller cars that the company has ever offered.

While Ford focused on the new F150 and Mustang while General Motors favored high performance at the 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Chrysler Group opted to show their newest offering for the luxury segment with the 2015 Chrysler 200. The 200 (and the Sebring before it) have long been the Chrysler brand’s bestselling car but in all fairness, both the Sebring and the 200 fall a little short in terms of luxury when compared to the larger 300 or any of the competition in the segment. When this midsized sedan transformed from the Sebring to the 200, the company took major steps to make the 200 more luxurious but it still didn’t fit alongside the impressive 300 sedan. The 200 offered luxury amenities and very solid performance with a low price but it was still hard to call the Chrysler 200 a midsized luxury sedan.

That all changes with the introduction of the 2015 Chrysler 200 as this is unquestionably the best midsize sedan the Chrysler Group has ever built with a striking exterior design, a super plush cabin and a revamped drivetrain lineup that puts it up there with some of the heavy hitters in the American midsized luxury segment. The new 200 will be offered in four trimlines – LX, Limited, 200C and 200S with the first three offering increasingly higher levels of luxury while the 200S adds a heavy dose of sporty styling without departing from the luxury feel.

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Chrysler definitely did a great job here. The 2013 was pretty good looking already and they took it up another notch.

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