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8.0
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On Safety
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$18,985
BASE MSRP
$19,245
On Safety
No crash tests have been performed on the 2011 Chrysler 200 as of yet, but it's performed well in the past. A rearview camera would be nice, though.
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SAFETY | 8 out of 10

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Top Safety Pick (four-door sedan)
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The only safety feature not standard among all 200s is the tire pressure monitoring system; the LX model gets by with a tire pressure monitoring warning lamp.
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With its newest minivans and SUVs, Chrysler's set a benchmark for standard features and new tech options. Many of them don't make the 200's list.

All 2011 Chrysler 200 sedans have dual front, side and curtain airbags; anti-lock brakes, traction and stability control; active headrests; and tire-pressure monitors. Blind-spot detection and parking sensors are missing from the options list, and so is a rearview camera.

The 200 Convertible lacks the curtain airbags of the sedan, but sports all the other safety equipment.

Since both 200s are new this year--and more to the point, since both safety agencies have changed their ratings systems for the 2011 model year--these Chryslers have yet to be crash-tested. We'll update this review when results are published.


Conclusion

No crash tests have been performed on the 2011 Chrysler 200 as of yet, but it's performed well in the past. A rearview camera would be nice, though.

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