Bye “Sebring”… Hello “200”
Re-skinned and Re-engineered to such an extent that Chrysler decided to drop the “Sebring” nameplate, and replace it with the more up to date “200” branding. The outside of the vehicle is beautiful and has a bit of a European look. New front fascia, hood, light, deck-lid, and more highlight the changes. Under the hood the “200” will sport the new 3.6 liter Pentastar engine as an available option. The interior is well appointed and luxurious. Chrysler focused much of their attention on the reduction of noise within the cabin, as well as on the reduction of vibration. The “200” will go up against the Camry, Accord and Fusion who share sales within the mid-size car segment. Dealers, including Helfman DCRJ should start to see the new cars rolling into their dealerships within the next month or two. A possible EV model may be in the works as well.