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How big is the inside of a Chrysler 200?

EPA interior volume - 115.9 cu.ft.

Is Chrysler 200 a full size car?

The Chrysler 200 is a mid-size sedan that was manufactured and marketed by Chrysler from model years 2011 to 2017 across two generations in four-door sedan and two-door convertible (first generation only) body styles.
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Is the Chrysler 200 comfortable?

Most people will find it easy to get comfortable in the 200, and Chrysler has provided firmer seat cushions for 2016 in response to feedback from owners of 2015 models. However, the Chrysler 200 has less hiproom than most competitors, so if you're on the larger side, it may feel overly snug.

Is a Chrysler 200 luxury?

The dynamic, sophisticated Chrysler 200 brought American-made style to the streets from 2011 to 2017. Its available luxury features made it a standout choice among midsize sedans and its legion of fans attests to the impact it had.

Is it expensive to maintain a Chrysler 200?

Chrysler 200 auto repair and maintenance costs

The estimated cost to maintain and repair a Chrysler 200 ranges from $95 to $1779, with an average of $273.

What car is similar to a Chrysler 200?

Two popular options for a midsize sedans are the Chrysler 200 and the Chevy Malibu.

How nice are Chryslers?

With an average rating of 7.7 from Edmunds and 8 from Car and Driver, Chryslers sit on the better side of average—but how good are they? Chrysler is one of the biggest automakers based in the United States and has a long history of making quality vehicles.

What's Chrysler's luxury brand?

Technically speaking, Chrysler vehicles are the luxury division under the greater FCA umbrella. This auto group includes traditionally American brands like Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram, as well as the Alfa Romeo performance and luxury brand and Fiat models.

What Chrysler looks like a Rolls Royce?

The Chrysler 300 is on its way out, but you can still find new ones available for about $35,000. Meanwhile, any other 2007 Chrysler 300C with over 100,000 miles on the odometer would set you back $3,000-4,000. But hey, this one 'looks' like a Rolls-Royce Phantom.