Chrysler 200: the Brand New of Sebring for 2011 - Chrysler midsize sedan and convertible car, which was previously known as the Sebring, have received significant makeovers and a new name for 2011 are now known as the Chrysler 200.
For the sedan, it's a moves to try to inrcease a multi-year low in the sales of the first segment model Sebring important medium-sized enterprises, which is dominated by the likes of Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Chevrolet Malibu, Ford Fusion, Hyundai and Kia Optima.
While the basics are always the same, the two older models Sebring has so many changes as are all new. The postponement is an important base 2.4-liter four-cylinder that produces 173 horsepower and 166 lb.-ft. of torque. He still has a standard four-speed automatic, but a six-speed automatic transmission is available.
Optional as well as a sedan and a convertible bond is a new 3.6-liter Chrysler Pentastar V-6 engine that produces an impressive 283 hp and 260 foot-pounds of torque. E 'connected to a new six-speed automatic. No manual transmission offered to all 200 models.
The sedan and coupe interior completely redesigned, with better workmanship, comfort and a host of new technologies.
Out of the vehicles are new models, including a distinctive user interface that the current "new face of Chrysler," said the carmaker.
Also included in the changes are "upgraded suspension major," Chrysler said, with "significantly improved the acoustics" to help keep the peace within.
The cars also have "a multitude of standard safety features and an exceptional level of standard content," the company said.
Base prices ranging from $ 19,245 sedan is $ 26,240 (plus freight $ 750), while the convertible bonds - which should be either soft or hard top - from $ 26,445 and up to $ 31,940.
The two top models are the new "S" versions that were introduced in the spring.
Chrysler said "virtually all systems in the sedan is new or upgraded for 2011, giving the Chrysler 200 its own identity and its place in the mid-size sedan segment highly competitive."
The changes include a new grille with the Chrysler winged badge new, with a new hood, fenders, projector beam headlights and fog lights, LED taillights and LED center brake light in the rear.
Handling has also been improved, the company said, with "virtually every part" of the suspension revised or amended. The car was also slightly reduced, plus front and rear, giving it a more aggressive stance.
The improvement in the suspension should be less roll in tight corners, reducing the shaking on rough roads or rough tracks, and more precise steering response and a better grip on a new tire prize.
Just like Chrysler did with its full-size sedan 2011 300 sedan, 200 sedan taxi was set to be quiet at high speeds, something that some of its competitors still have a problem - like the Honda Accord.
There is a new instrument panel with new indicators and steering wheel, seat cushioning and enhanced with better springs and new leather and cloth seat covers.
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