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2017 Chrysler 200


City 18 - 23 MPG Hwy 28 - 36 MPG

Safety Rating

  • Overall Safety:
    5 stars
  • Frontal Crash:
    5 stars
  • Side Crash:
    5 stars

Vehicle crash and safety data is provided by NHTSA, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. NHTSA testing was established by Congress to reduce highway deaths and injuries.

Consumer Reviews Write a Review

Overall Rating:
4.6 (out of 5)
Value 4.5
Exterior 4.8
Interior 4.8
Comfort 4.7
Performance 4.3
Reliability 4.3
Second guessing my decision

by MM from North Port, FL | January 31, 2020

It has its days where it runs great, it also has days where it runs horrible. I wouldn’t recommend getting this car for the simple fact it has a memory to driver. So I have brought my car in multiple times explaining that it felt like transmission was going to break. But that was never the problem.

Worst 1st New Car Experience! #NOMORECHRYSLER #IT

by Howie80 from Chicago,il 8months then South texas since | January 06, 2020

The first about 6-8months was fine. After that we had charging problems. Supposedly it was a battery but have had to jump start it a few times since. Transmission shifts hard once in a while between 2nd and 4th I think it skips 3rd its a hard crunch noise then low rpm once it catches. Otherwise great design just crappy performance and bad trans. Bought it with 10miles now has 39,760miles

Whyyy did I buy this car?

by Disappointed Nancy from CHARLESTON South Carolina | August 15, 2019

This car did great the first year I owned it, the second year I’ve had. I thing but problems. Transmission shifts really hard going into second gear. Sometimes it will crank sometimes it won’t. It doesn’t crank more than it cranks. Over all a piece of crap. Only 35,000 miles by the way.

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2017 Chrysler 200 Overview


The 2017 Chrysler 200 is a mid-size sedan that seats 5 passengers. It competes with the Ford Fusion, Chevrolet Malibu, and Toyota Camry. This year, it remains largely unchanged.

It is offered in seven trim levels: the LX, Touring, Limited, Limited Platinum, 200S, 200C, and 200C Platinum.

From the outside, the 200’s exterior has sleek, sporty characteristics. A thin, black grille with Chrysler’s winged logo in the center flows into curved headlight clusters with LED daytime running lights and automatic projector headlights. 17-inch wheels come standard, with 17-19-inch alloy wheels also available, as is a dual-pane panoramic sunroof.

Under the hood, the 200 has two engine options. The base engine is shared with several other vehicles that Chrysler makes, a 184-hp, 2.4-liter four-cylinder that is mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission. For those who are seeking more performance, Chrysler’s 295-hp, 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 is optional. The 200 also offers all-wheel drive along with the V-6.

Inside, the 200 features one of the best interiors in its segment with high-quality materials, a modern design, and lots of useful storage thanks to a floating center console. Standard features include air conditioning, a USB port, a 60/40-split folding rear seat, and an auxiliary audio input. Also available are leather upholstery, Bluetooth connectivity, an 8.4-inch touchscreen, navigation, dual-zone automatic climate control, and heated/ventilated front seats.

The 200 FWD model performed very well on crash tests, earning a full 5-star overall crash test safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Standard safety features include eight airbags, antilock brakes, and electronic stability control. All models except for the base LX offer a rearview camera. A forward collision warning system, blind spot monitoring with rear cross-path alerts, lane departure warnings, parallel and perpendicular parking assist, and automatic windshield wipers are all optional.