|Class :||Middle class|
|Body versions :||Limousine , cabriolet|
|Previous model:||Chrysler Sebring|
200 (JS, 2010-2014)
Chrysler 200 sedan (2011-2014)
|Body versions :||Limousine , cabriolet|
Petrol engines : 2.4-3.6 liters
|Wheelbase :||2766 mm|
|Empty weight :||1537-1614 kg|
|Stars in the US NCAP - Crash Test (2013)|
The Chrysler 200 (internal type designation JS ) is in its first generation the facelift version of the Chrysler Sebring on the JS platform, in which, in addition to the sales name, only the outside of the front and rear have been redesigned. It was unveiled on October 12, 2010, and was formally shown publicly for the first time at the 2010 LA Auto Show . At the beginning of 2009 Chrysler presented the Chrysler 200C EV, a concept vehicle that is only similar to the series 200 in name.
However, the technology of the 200 has been extensively revised compared to the Sebring, so that, according to the manufacturer, it can be driven more dynamically.
Lancia Flavia 2011-2014
As a Lancia Flavia , the vehicle was presented as a sedan-style study at the Geneva Motor Show in spring 2011 and had previously been announced by Sergio Marchionne in both body variants; the first presentation of the production version of the convertible took place at the IAA in September 2011 and the Geneva-based version Auto-Salon 2012 the definitive production model of the convertible.
From mid-2012, the car was only offered with full equipment, including light alloy wheels and leather upholstery. Although this is the first vehicle that was available with either a fabric or steel folding roof, the steel roof was dispensed with for Europe, as it should be in the tradition of classic Lancia convertibles.
Sales of the Flavia ended in autumn 2014 as the Lancia brand withdrew from various European markets.
|market||USA and EU||USA only|
|Cubic capacity in cm³||2360||3604|
|transmission||4-speed automatic transmission
6-speed automatic transmission
|6-speed automatic transmission|
|Max. Power in kW (hp) at min -1||125 (170) at 6000||211 (287) at 6400|
|Max. Torque in Nm min -1||220 at 4500||353 at 4400|
|Maximum speed in km / h||195||246|
|Acceleration, 0–100 km / h in s||10.8||7.1|
|Combined fuel consumption in l / 100 km||9.4||10.7|
|CO 2 emissions, combined in g / km||221||240|
|Tank capacity in l||64|
For the 2011 Super Bowl , Chrysler ran a commercial with rapper Eminem for the Chrysler 200; this was two minutes long, making it the "two-minute commercial" with the most viewers in television history.
200 (UF, 2014-2016)
Chrysler 200 (2014-2016)
|Body versions :||limousine|
Petrol engines : 2.4-3.6 liters
|Wheelbase :||2742 mm|
|Empty weight :||1575-1660 kg|
|Stars in the US NCAP - Crash Test (2015)|
In spring 2014, the second generation of the 200 (internal type designation UF ), which is based on a modified Fiat platform, was formally presented for the first time at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). After production of the cabriolet version had ceased, the 200 was only offered as a sedan. The base price in the USA was USD 21,995 (as of February 2016). On December 2, 2016, Chrysler stopped production of the 200 without replacement.
The 200 was optionally available from Chrysler with a 2.4-liter GEMA four-cylinder engine with a maximum output of 184 hp (137 kW), called "2.4L Tigershark MultiAir II" or a newly developed 3.6-liter V6 engine a maximum output of 295 hp (220 kW) from the “Pentastar” engine family. For the first time in a Chrysler 200 there was also the option of ordering all-wheel drive , which was only available in conjunction with the 3.6-liter engine and only in the "S" and "Limited" equipment lines. A nine-speed automatic transmission from ZF is now available as the transmission. There is no manual transmission, and no diesel engine was offered.
The interior of the 200 has been redesigned with higher quality materials than in the previous model. It is optionally available with equipment such as blind spot assistant, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assistant, rain sensor, "UConnect" infotainement system, xenon headlights and parking aid, with which it can park independently. A keyless go system ("Keyless Enter 'n Go") is standard. In addition, the engine can be started by radio key from a distance of up to 61 m.
|2.4||3.6 Pentastar V6|
|Construction period||03 / 2014–12 / 2016|
|Motor type||Gasoline engine|
|Displacement||2360 cc||3605 cc|
|Max. Power at min −1||137 kW (186 PS) / 6250||220 kW (299 PS) / 6350|
|Max. Torque in min -1||234 Nm / 4600||355 Nm / 4250|
|Drive, as standard||Front wheel drive|
|Drive, optional||( Four-wheel drive )|
|Gearbox, as standard||9- speed automatic transmission|
|Top speed||210 km / h
(209 km / h)
|Acceleration, 0-100 km / h||8.9 s
|Fuel consumption over 100 km, combined||8.4 l super
(8.5 l super)
|9.5 l super
(9.7 l super)
|Tank capacity||60 l|
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