Since its launch in 2011, the Chrysler 200 has steadily carved out a strong foothold among the competing mid-sized sedans in its class. For that, there are several reasons. Combining sophisticated design and quality craftsmanship with exceptional value is one reason. Not resting on our laurels from model year to model year is another.
Ever intent on adding value, we’ve made a few key changes to the 2013 Chrysler 200 lineup. Most significantly, we’re transitioning the “S” from its own model and making it available as an interior/exterior package for the 200 Limited. In doing so, we preserve the visually striking features that make the “S” popular with consumers—the 18-inch polished aluminum wheels, the black grille and headlamps, the heated leather seats, the unique instrument cluster, and so on—but we also make it more affordable, dropping the price to one we think is going to please.
Further advantages of the S model-to-package transition relate to the Chrysler 200 Touring. Previously available only for the Touring model with the Pentastar V6, the exterior-only S package will now be available for consumers opting for the slightly more fuel efficient 2.4-liter I-4 engine, adding one more way to save.
Here’s a complete rundown of the features available with the new S package. For pricing and additional information, please visit Chrysler.com.
Exterior Package (available for Limited, Touring 3.6L, and Touring 2.4L)
- 18-inch polished aluminum wheels with black pockets
- 18-inch all-season touring tires
- Black grille and headlamps
- Body color door handles and mirrors
- Black fog lamp bezels
- Dual bright exhaust (V6 only)
- S badging/black wings
- S instrument cluster
Interior Package (available for Limited only)
- Leather-trimmed bucket seats with suede inserts
- Perforated leather-wrapped steering wheel