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Sneak peak: 2015 Chrysler 200

The existing Chrysler 200 is reportedly to be tweaked for model-year 2014, with changes likely to include a revised four-cylinder engine taking advantage of MultiAir II. The big changes, though, are either coming in model-year 2015 — or to a newly renamed car.

The “true” next generation 200, code-named UF and to be built in early 2014, is likely to be sold as the Lancia Flavia in Europe. We expect the 2015 Chrysler 200 to have an increased-power Tiger Shark Chrysler 2.4 (200 hp) and the 3.2 liter V6, coupled to a nine-speed ZF automatic made by Chrysler. It is reportedly going to max out at 38 mpg (highway), possibly in a special “HFE” model. The illustration above, courtesy of JackRatchett, is based on what we’ve been told of its looks.



Mopars garner APEAL awards

Three of four Dodge cars (Charger, Challenger, and Dart) were top-rated in their segments in  J.D. Power’s 2014 U.S. Automotive Performance, Execution...

Mopar shaker hoods now at dealers

The new bolt-on Mopar Challenger Shaker Hood Kit is now available at dealers. A bit of vintage design on modern cars, it...

Viper: Fastest car of 2014?

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Forty-three of the country’s fastest track cars descended upon Virginia International Raceway on July 18 for the Tire Rack Ultimate Track Car...

Next ProMaster(?) and new Fiat van

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While the new Ram ProMaster is still getting established in the North American market, a new Ducato, the basis for the ProMaster,...

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