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200 Super S revealed

by David Zatz on

In 2012, Chrysler showed off the 200 Super S. For the 2014 model year, the company is actually building them, though with some differences, detailed by reliable source oh2o.

The Super S, mistakenly called Super 8 in some places, is based on the popular 200 S package; it comes in Touring and Limited trim. The Super S requires the V6 engine, and adds $1,495 to the price of Touring S or $1,000 to the Limited S. Confused yet? If you buy a 200 Touring for $22,665, you can add both S and V6 for just $795, (S itself is $495). Super S then adds $1,495, bringing the price to $24,955. Then pay a thousand dollars for destination charges, various taxes and fees, and you’re done.

Chrysler 200 Super S

For Limited buyers ($25,355), the S V6 Premium adds just $495 to the price of the car; so the Super S Premium is $26,850 ($1,000 above S V6 Premium).

The S includes a black chrome grille, 18 inch polished wheels with black-painted pockets, black headlight bezels, fog lamps, and badges. S Premium adds leather trimmed seats. The Super S or Super S Premium adds a mesh grille with an integrated Chrysler wing, front and rear spoilers, side sills, sport-tuned suspension, gloss black painted wheels, platinum chrome exterior trim, and a unique rear fascia with an integrated exhaust.  In short, it’s a looks package — except that sport-tuned suspension.

The Chrysler 200 has abandoned its “four or six cylinder, your choice” philosophy, and now makes the four cylinder available only on the midrange Touring model. The 200 LX starts at $21,195 with a standard six cylinder, power driver’s seat, and heated front seats, making it a more attractive buy. Limited remains an attractive buy as well, given a high level of standard features and the included V6.

Despite having a four cylinder available on a single model, Chrysler expects a quarter of buyers to go for the economy engine; though the company does expect the LX to be more popular this year, it figures over a third of buyers will go for the top-end Limited.

David Zatz founded Allpar in 1998 (based on a site he had begun in 1993-94), after years of writing reviews for retail trades. He has been quoted by the New York Times, the Daily Telegraph, the Detroit News, and USA Today. Before making Allpar a full-time career, he was a consultant in organizational psychology. You can reach him by using our contact form (much preferred) or by calling (313) 766-2304


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