Price Range (MSRP): $21,800 (200) to $37,395 (300C)
Chrysler offers four models in their 2015 lineup, the 200, 300, 300C, and the Town & Country minivan.
Chrysler's entry level offering, the midsize 200, gets a complete redesign for 2015 and is now only offered as a sedan. Four-cylinder and V-6 power are offered, but if it were up to us we would go with the 295-hp V-6 which mated to the new nine-speed automatic transmission. The new design is more stylish and the interior more luxurious.
Up next are Chrysler's most recognizable models, the 300 and 300C full-size sedans (the 300C is the luxury model) which get styling updates for the new model year. V-6 models get 31 mpg on the highway, impressive for a sedan of this size. Rear-wheel drive is standard, while all-wheel drive is optional.
The final car in Chrysler’s stable is the Town & Country minivan which seats seven passengers across three-rows. We thought the Town & Country would bite the dust in 2015 but instead, it adds two new trim levels with premium features (LX and Limited Platinum). It continues to offer a good blend of premium appointments and family friendly features, topped off by second-row seats which can fold completely into the floor.