2017 Chrysler 200 vs. Its Competition

2017 Chrysler 200
Kirk Bell Kirk Bell Senior Editor

The Chrysler 200 appeals more for style than functionality or value.

The Ford Fusion is one of the most sophisticated picks in this class; it feels like a premium car in many respects, and you have a wider range of powertrains, including a hybrid and a new strong twin-turbo V-6.

The updated Chevrolet Malibu has plenty of personality, and it also offers a hybrid.

The Honda Accord appeals more on interior space and comfort and has a more traditional look, but it’s one of the best-riding, best-performing cars here; as with the Chrysler, it offers a V-6.

The Toyota Camry also offers a V-6 and is aimed at buyers looking for a smooth ride.

Finally, the Volkswagen Passat is one of the most anonymous-looking yet comfortable offerings in this class.

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Quick Specs
The 2017 Chrysler 200 excels for safety and style, but rear seat headroom is a problem and it has trouble grabbing sales away from its very tough competition.
The 2017 Chevrolet Malibu is a solid mid-sizer in the segment, punctuated by good, efficient powertrains, and a quiet ride.
The 2017 Ford Fusion blends enduring good looks, a wide variety of powertrains, impressive interior space and comfort along with all the latest electronic safety systems and a few design upgrades.
The 2017 Toyota Camry is a comfortable commuter without much pretension; a very good appliance for car buyers who prefer substance over style.
MSRP From   
Gas Mileage   
18 MPG City / 36 MPG Hwy22 MPG City / 43 MPG Hwy17 MPG City / 41 MPG Hwy21 MPG City / 38 MPG Hwy
Regular Unleaded I-4Turbocharged Gas I4Regular Unleaded I-4Regular Unleaded I-4
EPA Class   
Midsize CarsMidsize CarsMidsize CarsMidsize Cars
Style Name   
Touring FWD4-Door Sedan L w/1VLS FWDLE Automatic (Natl)
Front Wheel DriveFront Wheel DriveFront Wheel DriveFront Wheel Drive
Passenger Capacity   
Passenger Doors   
Body Style   
Automatic w/ODAutomaticAutomatic w/ODAutomatic w/OD
Detailed Spec Comparison
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