Chrysler unveils new 2015 Chrysler 200 in Detroit

2015 Chrysler 200 will launch later this year

Jan 13 2014, 1:04pm CST | by

Chrysler unveils new 2015 Chrysler 200 in Detroit
Motor Ward

Chrysler has unveiled a refreshed version of the 200 that is much better looking than the outgoing car. The new 2015 version of the 200 isn’t exactly drop dead gorgeous, but it’s a nice looking ride that should sell much better than the old version.

Chrysler isn’t offering up all the details on the new 200, which was unveiled at the Detroit auto show. The car promises nicer materials on the interior and will have two motor options reports Motor Ward. The standard engine is a 2.4L Tigershark 4-cylinder making 184hp and 173 pound-foot of torque.

The optional engine is a 3.6L V6 making 292hp and 262 lb-foot of torque. The car gets a 9-speed auto transmission that is shifted using a rotary knob inside the car. More specs and details will be offered later this year closer to launch.

 
 
 

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