LX, Touring, Limited, S 4-door sedan; Touring, Limited, S 2-door convertible
2.4L I-4; 3.5L V-6
A4, A6, AMT6
Sterling Heights, MI
What’s New for ’11
Replacing the Sebring, the Chrysler 200 is powered either by a recalibrated version of the 2.4L 4-cyl. World Engine, or the new Pentastar V-6, both of which are mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission in all variants except the LX, which retains the prior 4-speed.
The exterior is refreshed with a new hood, grille with new winged Chrysler logo, front and rear fascias, light-emitting-diode taillamps, projector headlights, mirrors and decklid.
Inside, there is an all-new instrument panel, improved seat fabrics, new steering wheel, laminated windshield and additional sound-deadening material for improved noise, vibration and harshness levels.
The suspension has also been extensively revised with increased spring and bushing rates, larger front and rear stabilizer bars, new or redesigned bushings and recalibrated power steering.
Stability control is standard.
A 6-speed dual-clutch automated manual transmission will paired with the 2.4L as a mid-year running change.