#3-Damn Chrysler 200
It’s a shame that FCA decided to scuttle both the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 as they were both fine looking cars in their own right.
The 2016 Chrysler 200 definitely gets our vote for making us say “Damn Chrysler 200” every time one happens to drive by. With a base MSRP of just $21,995, it’s one of the most affordable mid-sized sedans on the market.
If you wondered where the Chrysler 200 got its European cut and derived much of its design language from, look no further then Fiat Chyrsler’s styling department in Turin, Italy. Based off the Fiat Compact platform, the Chrysler shares its chassis with the likes of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta and the Fiat Viaggo, both exuding exquisite proportions.
If you’ve ever driven behind one of these Chrysler 200’s you’d have sworn you were looking at the back of an Audi. But the car is still uniquely American inspired with a very generous interior, a smooth engine, an athletic stance and a sumptuous body. All characteristics found on a more costly Audi.
Option out the Pentastar V6 and you’ve got yourself a grown man’s Dodge Neon SRT-4. “Back at it again with the Hammoud styling on the daily” Jeff Hammoud was the lead exterior designer.
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