Used 2011 Chrysler Convertible Values

Select a used 2011 Chrysler Convertible model

Chrysler Dealers Satisfaction Index
 3 / 5
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(Model years 2018 - 1926 including exotics and classic cars)
Given a complete makeover that addresses design, Pentastar V-6 power and image, the former Chrysler Sebring becomes the 2011 Chrysler 200.
J.D. Power Ratings
Overall Quality
 2 / 5
Overall Performance
 3 / 5
Overall Dependability
 2 / 5
Consumer Reviews ( 7 )
Braking
 4.6
Fuel Economy
 4.0
Interior Comfort
 4.4
Acceleration
 4.7
Dependability
 4.6
Handling
 4.6
Ride Quality
 4.4
Overall Rating
 4.6

The three-vehicle 2011 Chrysler line-up reflects a simplified and heavily-revised product selection. A completely re-engineered version of the mid-sized Sebring is newly-renamed the 200 for 2011. Available as a sedan and convertible, the heavily-updated 2011 Chrysler 200 receives a richer line-up of standard equipment including electronic stability control. An upscale Chrysler 200 S is also available. The Chrysler 300 and Town & Country also receive modernization in the styling department. Both refreshed vehicles are equipped with safety enhancements and feature the availability of advanced Uconnect infotainment solutions. For 2011, Chrysler's previous selection of six-cylinder engines has been replaced by a single, potent powerplant. The all-new 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine produces between 283 and 292 horsepower depending on the vehicle application. Optional on the Chrysler 200, the Pentastar V-6 engine is included standard with the Chrysler 300 and Chrysler Town & Country. After a successful 10-year run, Chrysler discontinued the retro-styled but utilitarian PT Cruiser prior to the 2011 model year.

J.D. Power Rating Legend
Among the Best
5 / 5
Better than Most
4 / 5
About Average
3 / 5
The Rest
2 / 5

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