2011 Chrysler 200 Values

Select a 2011 Chrysler 200 trim level

2011 model year changes

The Chrysler 200 is new for 2011. It may feature the underpinnings of last year's Sebring, but it has been heavily reworked by Chrysler into a much, much more appealing entry in the mid-size segment.

Competitive comparison

Fuel economy; convertible availability; low price of entry;

Special features for 2011

With the Sebring on the way out, convertible buyers will enjoy the new 200 for its brand-new stylish look, low price and solid feature list. Base prices are expected to start under $20,000, and such features as an efficient engine, heated mirrors, high-tech audio system, power driver seat and remote keyless entry.


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Being sold in LX, Touring, Limited and S trim edition, the 2011 Chrysler 200 will roll out as the four-door version with a convertible expected later in the calendar year. Air conditioning with air filter, keyless entry and 12-volt power outlet is standard on all 2011 Chrysler 200 sedans. Inside an interior enhanced with better sound insulation and soft touch materials, cloth seating of the LX and Touring is fitted with leather-trimmed upholstery on the Limited as well as the S level 200 sedan. Powering all models with exception of the Chrysler 200 S trim, the 2.4 liter inline-4 World Engine provides up to 31 miles per gallon in highway fuel economy. Transmission choices vary with a 4-speed automatic equipped with the LX, a smoother 6-speed automatic is included on Touring and Limited models. On the Chrysler 200 Limited version, a dual-clutch transmission choice is also added as an option. Unique to the 2011 Chrysler 200 S, the 3.6 liter, 283 horsepower Pentastar V-6 engine is standard mated with a 6-speed automatic. Designated a Flex Fuel engine, Chrysler 200's Pentastar V-6 powerplant can run E85 blended gasoline.