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2012 Chrysler 200 OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS
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The best car I have ever owned
I traded in my last car for a Chrysler 200 about two months ago, and it has been one of my best decisions to date. The interior of the car is absolutely gorgeous and is made of black leather. It is nicely accommodated by functions on the speedometer such as miles per gallon, miles until empty, the direction I am driving, and the temperature outside. It has about 44,000 miles on it currently, but it runs like it just came out of the lot five years ago as a new car. Acceleration is amazing, and it does so quietly and efficiently, it makes a nice "purr" sound as one would say as it speeds up. It is extremely fuel efficient and gets about 20 miles in town and almost 30 on highway. I never have to worry about my car breaking down, since it is up to date and has some of the best equipment it can in order to perform at its absolute highest. It comes with four-door seating, and the remote for the car has auto start, which is perfect for those winter days when you really don't want to go outside early and scrape ice off. Too lazy to start your car? Running late for work? No worries! From the comfort of your own bed, you can start the car, and it stays locked until you unlock it! The Chrysler 200 exceeds all of my expectations for what a good car should be, and if I could buy it all over again, I definitely would.
The Chrysler 200 is a great reliable car.
I bought my 200 Chrysler in 2012, with only 10,000 miles on it. There are some things I liked and some things I disliked. The car overall was dependable. I have replaced the tires in the car three times in the past five years. I've changed the oils every 3,000 miles. I've had to change the brakes only once. The likes about the car is safe, reliable, and shows trip mileage. Has digital alerts (i.e. low tire, change oil) which is helpful. The car has a pretty big backseat. It had a spare tire. The things I disliked are very uncomfortable front seats especially driving long trips. The car has horrible blind spots in the rear. The seats in front are way too low making it hard to see above hood for a shorter person. Has a very small trunk space. Also the battery is in a very hard to reach location, so it would be virtually impossible for you to jump the battery without a professional. Also there is no heating vents to the back seat. Overall though, I would say the car has run great, as I have driven the car over 100,000 miles in five years and have never had any engine trouble.