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7.9

Overall

Scorecard

Critics' Rating: 6.5
Performance: 7.8
Interior: 7.2
Total Cost of Ownership: 9.3
Safety: 10.0
Reliability:
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2011 Chrysler 200 Review

The 2011 Chrysler 200 sedan is an acceptable used midsize car, but the automotive press agreed that most competitors outshine the 200 in nearly every way.

Pros & Cons

  • Powerful available V6
  • Cheap interior materials
  • Torque steer with V6 engine
  • Tight back seat

2011 Chrysler 200 Overview

The 200 was introduced as the replacement for the 2010 Chrysler Sebring, and when the 200 was new, reviewers said it fixed many of the Sebring’s problems. They liked the 200’s handsome styling, strong available V6 engine and composed handling.

Auto critics agreed that the main area where the 200 falls short is its interior. They particularly disliked the uncomfortable seats, subpar passenger space, small trunk and cheap cabin materials. Though the majority of reviewers liked the available V6 engine’s power, a few test drivers reported severe torque steer, which is when the power from the engine starts to change the direction of the car by pulling it to one side. Overall, auto critics thought the 2011 Chrysler 200 was a big improvement over the Sebring, but the 200 still can’t compete within the class.  

The front-wheel drive 2011 Chrysler 200 sedan has either a four- or six-cylinder engine, both of which are paired to a four- or six-speed automatic transmission. The 2011 Chrysler 200 is also available as a convertible with a power-retractable hardtop or a soft top. The 200 Convertible features the same engine and transmission lineup as the 200 Sedan. Six airbags, anti-lock brakes, electronic stability control and traction control are standard on the 2011 Chrysler 200 sedan. Convertible models have the same standard safety features as sedan models.

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Other Cars to Consider

Reviewers agreed that the 2011 Honda Accord is a sure thing if you’re shopping for a practical and safe midsize car. When it was new, critics said that the Accord offered a spacious cabin, strong performance and good fuel economy, which makes it a well-rounded option among used midsize cars. The 2011 Accord isn’t available as a convertible, but a coupe model is available.

We named the 2011 Ford Fusion the 2011 Best Affordable Midsize Car for Families, in part due to its voluminous interior and trunk, solid safety ratings and excellent performance. Available safety features like Ford’s MyKey help parents monitor their teen driver’s habits and set limits for speed and radio volume. The Fusion’s many attributes led critics to agree that it’s one of the best cars in its class.

Compare the 200 to the Accord and Fusion »

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