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2014 Chrysler 200 Review

Despite a smooth ride and a robust available V6 engine, the 200 ranks low among midsize cars due to its below-average reliability rating, tight rear seats, and low-end tech features.

Pros & Cons

  • Lively available V6
  • Smooth ride
  • Subpar reliability rating
  • Cramped rear seats
  • Mediocre fuel economy
  • Unwieldy infotainment system




Critics' Rating: 7.1
Performance: 7.3
Interior: 7.0
Total Cost of Ownership: 9.1
Safety: 8.4
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2014 Chrysler 200 Overview

Is the 2014 Chrysler 200 a Good Used Car?

You can do better than the Chrysler 200. With so many other midsize sedans on the market, the 200 can’t measure up to its rivals’ interior space, fuel economy, and reliability ratings.

Used 2014 Chrysler 200 Performance and Interior

Under the hood, the 200 features one of two power plants: an adequate 173-horsepower four-cylinder engine or a livelier 283-horsepower V6 engine. Most models are equipped with a six-speed automatic transmission, but some have a four-speed automatic instead. The 200’s fuel economy (18-21 mpg in the city and 28-29 mpg on the highway) is worse than most other midsize cars. The front-wheel-drive 200 has stable handling and precise steering, but it doesn’t inspire spirited driving. The suspension does a great job of soaking up bumps in the road. 

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Both the five-seat sedan and four-seat convertible come standard with cloth upholstery. Leather upholstery, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated front seats, and a power-adjustable driver's seat are available. While the front seats provide a good amount of space, the rear seats feel confined. On the other hand, the 200 convertible is actually roomier than most other drop-tops. For installing child seats, the 200 comes with lower anchors on the outboard seats and tether anchors on all three rear seats. The sedan’s trunk is smaller than that of most other midsize cars, and it’s even smaller in the convertible. 

Standard features include a four-speaker audio system with steering wheel-mounted controls and an auxiliary jack. When new, optional equipment included remote start, a sunroof, a Boston Acoustics audio system, and an easy-to-use navigation system. The available Uconnect infotainment system works in tandem with a 6.5-inch touch screen, Bluetooth, voice recognition, satellite radio, and a USB port. Audio and climate controls are simple, but the infotainment system is unwieldy compared to what rivals offer. 

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Used 2014 Chrysler 200 Prices

The price of used 2014 Chrysler 200 ranges from about $10,700 for a base LX model to around $12,800 for a Limited model. Prices shift with demand and vary depending on the vehicle's condition, mileage, and location.

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How Reliable Is the 2014 Chrysler 200?

The 2014 Chrysler 200 has a below-average reliability rating of 2.5 out of five. Three is an average score among all cars, and 3.5 is the average for midsize cars.

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How Safe Is the 200?

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) named the 2014 Chrysler 200 a Top Safety Pick, while the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) gave it four out of five stars overall. Aside from basic safety features like airbags, the 200 lacks the popular safety features you’ll find with other models. Some used models may be equipped with a rearview camera. 

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Should I Consider Another Used 200?

Chrysler introduced the 200 in 2011 as a replacement to the Sebring. It continued largely unchanged until 2015, when it received a redesign. You may want to consider an earlier model, which offers the same features at a lower price. 

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Which Used Chrysler 200 Is Right for Me?

The 2014 Chrysler 200 comes in four trims: LX (sedan only), Touring, Limited, and S (convertible only). The Limited is ideal because it comes standard with the V6 engine and has a lengthier features list, which includes leather upholstery, heated front seats, remote start, and a Boston Acoustics audio system. The Uconnect system is available. Some Limited models have the Chrysler 200 S Package, which adds premium leather upholstery and black exterior finishes. 

You may also want to consider a certified pre-owned 200. For certified pre-owned Chrysler vehicles, the original new-car powertrain warranty is extended to seven years or 100,000 miles. CPO vehicles also get a three-month/3,000-mile Maximum Coverage Care warranty. There are restrictions related to mileage and models, so read the Chrysler warranty page carefully. 

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2014 Chrysler 200 and Other Cars to Consider

Which Is Better: 2014 Chrysler 200 or 2014 Toyota Camry?

The Toyota Camry has a long-standing reputation for top-notch reliability, but you can expect to pay more for the Camry than for a comparable 200. Still, its spacious cabin, larger trunk, and smooth ride make it worth the extra money. Like the 200, the Camry has humdrum driving dynamics and a conservative interior design adorned with swaths of hard plastic. However, the Camry’s interior has the edge with available tech features like blind spot monitoring and smartphone integration.

Which Is Better: 2014 Chrysler 200 or 2014 Nissan Altima?

The Nissan Altima’s rear seats don't offer an abundance of headroom for taller passengers, but if you can live with that, the Altima is an overall better car. From its high-quality interior and easy-to-use features to its lithe handling and fuel-efficient engines, the Altima runs circles around the 200. With the Altima, you can also get some more advanced safety features, such as blind spot monitoring and lane departure warning.

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