Let’s be honest. As much as prospective car buyers research important categories like vehicle capability and potential resale value, it’s hard not to take into account pure and simple curb appeal.
In fact, some would argue that the way a car looks says a great deal about the person who drives it, and a sharp-looking car is representative of someone who takes pride in presenting a careful, well thought-out image.
While the silhouette and color of a vehicle are important, it’s often the wheels that people notice first. And with the 2013 Chrysler 200, you have options in that regard. For example, the 2013 Chrysler 200 Touring and 200 Limited both come standard with 17-inch polished aluminum wheels. Those looking to convey a more dramatic, powerful effect can upgrade to the 18-inch polished aluminum wheels.
For the most dramatic, sleekest look, try upgrading to the 18-inch polished aluminum wheels with black painted pockets. Just bear in mind that these wheels are exclusive to the “S” exterior package, available for the Limited and Touring 200 models only.
To learn more about the “S” package, please see this Forward Look post titled “Chrysler 200 – Changes to the Lineup in Model Year 2013.” To begin building your own Chrysler 200, please visit Chrysler.com.