Leaders of the Pack: Chrysler 200, 300, and Town & Country

It’s not a stretch to say that Chrysler has gone through a rebirth in the past few years, one that not many people predicted would happen. But by staying true to that Detroit work ethic and manufacturing quality vehicles with great value at every level, Chrysler is back to being a leader again. With two of the fastest growing sedans in their class and the winner of more influential awards than anyone in its class ever, we’re just getting started.

The Chrysler 200 is the fastest growing sedan in its class [1], beating out the established mid-size sedans like the Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonata, and Toyota Camry. How did that happen? The 2012 Chrysler 200 Limited features:

  • Standard heated leather-trimmed front seats
  • Standard  40 GB touchscreen radio with Uconnect®
  • EPA estimated 31 MPG HWY

The Chrysler 300 is the fastest growing sedan in its class [2], no small feat when competing against other standard full-size sedans like the Buick LaCrosse and Nissan Maxima. Consumers are paying attention to qualities like:

  • A 3.6L V6 engine with best in class EPA estimated 31 HWY MPG
  • One of Wards 10 Best Interiors [3]
  • Uconnect Touch™ 8.4 inch screen

Rounding out the 2012 Chrysler line-up is the recipient of more prestigious awards than anyone in its class ever, the Chrysler Town & Country. Fuel efficient and perfect for your family road trip this summer, the Town & Country stands out with qualities like:

  • Standard Leather and DVD
  • Stow ‘n Go® Seating
  • A IIHS “Top Safety Pick” for minivans

Visit Chrysler.com to learn more about the full line-up of Chrysler vehicles.

 

[1] Based on retail registrations for vehicles in the Chrysler Group LLC standard mid-size sedan segment, Calendar Year End 2010 vs. 2011.
[2] Based on retail registrations for vehicles in the Chrysler Group LLC upper large car segment, Calendar Year End 2010 vs. 2011.
[3]Given to the 2012 Chrysler 300 Luxury Series

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