I notice less body roll and I feel more in control of the car, especially at highway speeds. I am driving on some fairly twisty roads and am very pleased with the steering sensitivity.
This handsome looking convertible also comes with plenty of standard safety and security features like advanced multi-stage front passenger airbags, electronic stability control, four-wheel antilock brakes and active head restraints.
The base model starts at just under $30,000 and offers a nice convertible with some space. I think that the Touring trim will be the one that people want. It gives the better engine and 6-speed auto. Chrysler says this will be the most affordable convertible with an automatic at just under $36,500. My complaint with this trim is that the retractable hard top is not even available as an option.
|The base model starts at just under $30,000 and offers a nice convertible with some space. (Photo: Chrysler)
If I compare the 200 sedan to other already established cars in this class; the Accord, Fusion and Malibu; I don’t think Chrysler will find much success.
But take the top off the 200 and the story changes. The improvements for 2011 on this 200 convertible make it a pretty fantastic car.