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The base 200: LX, Limited

by David Zatz on

While some have noted that, when loaded with advanced features, the 2015 Chrysler 200 can end up costing as much as its older brother (the 300), the car seems like a bargain in its base LX and Limited forms. Even the $21,700 LX has filtered air, remote USB port, 12 volt power outlets, tilt/telescope steering column, eight airbags, and numerous other features.

Most buyers are expected to opt for the Limited, which costs $23,255 and adds acoustic front door glass, a five-inch touch-screen stereo with six speakers, a spare tire, better headlamps, and other features; this model also lets buyers get satellite radio and the convenience and comfort groups.

However, Chrysler has only shown photos of the 200S and 200C. The 200S starts at $24,495, while the 200C starts at $25,995. Buyers who want a V6 have to get one of the latter, which are also the only way to get HID headlamps, all wheel drive, the configurable dash, and many other options, at least according to early press releases. It’s quite possible that some details will change by the time buyers can order their own cars.

The two photos here are said to come from the 200 Limited model. Inside, we were told that the car looks very similar to the 200C, though with cloth seats, and standard instrument cluster. The center console is similar and the workmanship is said to be quite good.


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