The Chrysler 200 Convertible: The Perfect Spring Getaway Car

The Chrysler 200 Convertible: The Perfect Spring Getaway Car

We know there are days when spring cleaning feels endless. Hopefully by the end of April, your garage is clean and your spring yard work is finished. If so (and, hey, even if not), it’s time to reward yourself by putting the top down and taking a drive in your brand-new 2013 Chrysler 200 Convertible.

Regardless of where you go on the first road trip of the spring season, the Chrysler 200 Convertible has you covered. Its available hardtop retractable roof is class-exclusive and offers protection from—or unfettered access to—just about anything Mother Nature can throw your way, from snow or rain to perfect blue skies, fresh air and sunshine.

The Chrysler 200 Convertible: The Perfect Spring Getaway Car

No matter what the forecast calls for, the luxurious interior of the Chrysler 200 Convertible will help make your trip a comfortable one. The vehicle offers the most rear seat legroom of its class, a bonus for your passengers. For you, it offers UConnect®, the advanced entertainment and information system designed to aid intuitively and safely with all your mobile communication, music and navigational needs.

The Chrysler 200 Convertible is a car developed with high standards in mind. It is built to help ensure a safer, smoother ride for you and your passengers. So go ahead. Put the top down, enjoy the sunshine, and don’t worry about those last-minute April showers.

The Chrysler 200 Convertible: The Perfect Spring Getaway Car

Scenic Routes for Spring Driving

If you’re having trouble deciding where to drive first, we recommend you check out some of the beautiful scenic routes we have listed here:

  • North Carolina—The “Mountain Medley” route allows you to travel along the Appalachian Mountains while still experiencing local towns and history too.
  • Virginia—If you’re looking for a relaxing, low-stress drive, you’ll want to check out Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park. While this route may be a little slow, it’s meant to allow you to really take in the natural beauty of your surroundings.
  • New Mexico—Geronimo Trail takes you up 3,000 feet in elevation. It has sharp turns, sweeping curves and lots of history to explore as well.
  • California—California’s Route 1 takes you along the western edge of California. This route allows you to explore the coastal cliffs, redwood forests and other trademarks of California.
  • Maine—Explore more of what Maine has to offer with this driving day trip. Take a ride through the winding roads of Maine’s western mountains and enjoy the many scenic lake views.

No convertible in your driveway? That means it’s still on the dealer lot. Visit to locate the Chrysler dealership closest to your house.

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