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2013 Chrysler 200 un tour

The Chrysler 200 is not a car that gathers second looks. It bears family resemblance to the Town and Country minivan, particularly noticeable in the headlamps, air intakes and front bumper. The Chrysler 200 front air dam is clean: low, thin, and horizontal. Its halogen headlights appear small from head-on, but flow around the front corners into the bulging fenders, creating a line that widens to the rear of the car. It's bold, but not fancy.

The rear deck lid looks chopped, with a chrome strip between LED taillamps and another chrome bar between the exhaust outlets that widens the look of the car. It bears a wing logo in brushed metal and blue.

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The Chrysler 200 cabin is nice, with seat coverings and trim that feel soft and luxurious. The seats feel supportive and should be comfortable for long periods behind the wheel.

Rear legroom measures just 36.2 inches, which is on the short side for a midsize car. Toyota Camry and Ford Fusion offer 38.3 inches of rear legroom, by comparison, though the Chrysler edges the Lexus ES, at 35.9. The rear seat is split 60/40 and folds down for more cargo space, which is always appreciated.

The instrument panel contains the usual three round gauges, with gray-on-gray graphics that are pleasing to the eye, while its white accent lighting is wonderful at night. The three-spoke steering wheel has a thick leather-wrapped rim and padded hub with controls for the sound system and cruise setting. Armrests are soft, and door pockets roomy. Some models have two USB ports, handy for phone and laptop charging.

The Chrysler 200 cabin is one of the quietest in the segment, thanks to sound absorption materials, an acoustic glass windshield, laminated side glass usually found in higher priced vehicles, and a special engine mounting setup for the 2.4-liter engine.

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