Used Car of the Day: 2015 Chrysler 200S


No, it's not an April Fool's Day joke in July. Nor am I trolling you. I am featuring this 2015 Chrysler 200S as UCOTD because we rarely see 200s in the database I pull from, and because the 200S was the closest Chrysler got to being able to sniff competitiveness with the Honda Accord and Camry.

It wasn't a bad car, and it was worlds better than the godawful Sebring. But it wasn't nearly what it needed to be.

That said, the 200S was interesting enough that while I wouldn't have chosen to own one, I could see why others did. I enjoyed the car well enough when I drove it, and its looks hold up. The sloping rear roofline is part of why it didn't sell better, though.

This example has front-wheel drive and a bit over 62K miles on the clock. It appears to be well-equipped (Bluetooth, heated front seats, panoramic roof, heated steering wheel, et cetera) and clean, save for curb rash on all four wheels.

Yes this is a departure from our usual mix of rarities, project cars, modified rides, and showroom-ready vehicles. It's a relatively mainstream car in decent shape with low miles and few, if any, mods.

Once in a while, I grab a clean Accord or Camry that's pretty stock. Consider this the same thing, just with Chrysler.

Click here to see it. The asking price is $12,000.

[Images: Seller]

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