Overview & Reviews
Chrysler has discontinued the outdated four-speed automatic transmission on the 200 LX sedan, which now uses the six-speed automatic exclusively (though you'll still encounter the four-speed in some rental-fleet cars). Apart from a few other minor equipment updates, the 2014 Chrysler 200 is unchanged.
- Composed ride and handling
- Strong V6 engine
- Available convertible model.
- Outdated electronics.
- Cramped passenger quarters and small trunk in sedan
- Below-average fuel economy with four-cylinder engine
User Reviews:Showing 1 through 2 of 2.00
2014 V6 200 Conv - get one while you still can! - 2014 Chrysler 200
By goduto - January 11 - 8:58 pm
We had a 2012 200 convertible with the 4 cylinder that we liked, but upgraded to a 2014 200 convertible with a V6 that we love. . It is my wifes daily driver along with our summer fun car. Works in the snow to as it is FWD! They improved the suspension in 2013 and with the added power of the 6 cylinder it makes for a much wonderful overall driving experience. This is the last year for the convertible, so we plan on keeping it for a long time as nothing else comes close. FYI we bought this certified preowned with just 12,000 miles for $18,500.
2014 Chrysler 200 Touring V-6 - 2014 Chrysler 200
By cabell25 - October 17 - 1:22 pm
I have just purchased a Chrysler 200 Touring with the V-6 engine. The ride is excellent, very comfortable to sit in. The pick-up, when you step on the gas, is great. I choose the deep cherry red and it really stands out. I have just over 300 miles on the vehicle and am averaging 27 mpg. This is a lot better than my old 2004 Dodge Durango with the Hemi engine. All in all I am very satisfied with my trade.