2015 chrysler 200 awd review




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  • The original Chrysler was so bad, it went straight to rental fleets. The new S AWD, however, has gone straight to our hearts.

    View all 87 consumer vehicle reviews for the Chrysler on Edmunds, or submit Chrysler C 4dr Sedan AWD (L 6cyl 9A).

    While far from the top performer in the midsize sedan category, the all-new Chrysler has the best in-dash electronics of any of its.

    The four-cylinder earns an EPA rating of 23 miles per gallon city, 36 mpg highway, and 28 mpg combined. I saw complaints about the 9-speed transmission and was a little concerned to purchase because of it, but It is performing flawlessly. The rotary shift dial also enables a sport mode that gives the another talking point in the driving-dynamics discussion, upping steering weight and moving the shift points higher. On the road, we pushed the V6 power-plant hard this week and found the 3.

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    As a female with a large purse that holds everything and cannot find anything I bought the C class and I only have to be near the car with keys in my purse and it unlocks when I open the door handle. I use the brake and start button and I'm off. Love the blue tooth again, as I no longer have to dig in my purse to find my phone.

    When I park the car, I lock it from the outside button on the door handle. Great sound systems, handles nicely. Test drove two competitor vehicles and the provided more options for the same money, handled better than the other mid-size sedans Your feedback has been sent to Cars.

    Excellent Value - The has come a long way. As a long time GM fan, I purchased a Chrysler , drove it for 3 years trying to decide what vehicle I really wanted. After 3 years, 80, miles, and some nice improvements to the , I once again returned to Chrysler. I like luxury, so the C fit the bill. Designed really nicely and implemented well. The blue and white color scheme is really nice. Integration with the navigation system was a nice surprise - as you approach a turn, the display will show the upcoming turn.

    Most of the controls are integrated into the 8. Missing are the independent heated seat controls - would be nice to have these back. Also, the light switch was moved from the steering wheel stalk to the left side of the dash - nicely placed, but I keep hitting it with my knee and changing the position. Switches appear to be of higher quality. When the visor is flipped down, you cant see the buttons. I only took a few days to adjust to the new type of control.

    Chrysler's uConnect is one of the best systems in vehicles today. The bluetooth integration just works. I would like to see a higher quality touchscreen put on the unit however. Yelp is a nice addition - you can actually find things now via voice command. You can't slide it back if you have anything in the center console, and I miss the small upper section they got rid of. I want to see the dual lid come back. Overall I really like this vehicle. You can find another vehicle equipped so well for the same price.

    The vehicle has a nice quiet ride, looks nice, and gets decent gas mileage. Over miles logged in and my S model. Best in class interior, bluetooth connection issues however are apparent. Unconnect APP is cool because you can unlock, lock and remote vehicle but takes mins to process.

    Transmission is wonky but as car adjusts to drivers habits improves slightly. Test drove a Mazda 3 2. I enjoyed driving the S 4 cyl. The ride on the hwy. Steer is excellent in Drive or Sport mode. The sport suspension in this car is enjoyable. My husband drives a 15 Mazda 6, but drives mine like he stole it. The first time on the highway I reached 89 mph thinking I was at 60 mph. I got 34 mpg on that trip. My city mpg is in Orlando. You will no be able to tell from looking at the car whether this S model is a 4 cyl.

    I'm very happy with car. My previous car was a Camry Hybrid, with K mi. Traded my touring for my new red C. Did a lot of research on the car and my only complaint is a tight back seat. Went from 4 cylinder to 6. Wow what a difference in performance with out a huge difference in gas mileage during normal driving. The car has beautiful lines and looks geat from every angle. I like the sports mode using the paddle shifters. Don't understand why traction control is turned off, but a push of a button and it's back.

    My old was totally trouble free with over miles driven on business trips. I am looking for the same results from my new one. The car is still new, so time will tell. Dealership and price was very good, making the deal easy. Only complaints to date are a radio issue that has been ordered for warranty replacement and I'm not a big fan of the tire noise on the highway.

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