2016 Chrysler 200S, 300S Alloy Editions Adopt Metallic Style


Chrysler has revealed two new special editions. 

The 200S and 300S Alloy Editions use plenty of metallic accents for some unique style.

For 200S Alloy Edition models, dark bronze is used on the grille, wheels and badges, contrasted with gloss black accents. Some small titanium touches on the badges and exhuast tips also lend to the alloy theme. Inside, black seating with caramel stitching is found, while piano black and titanium accents keep things looking fresh.

Buyers who want more aggression from their car can opt for the 200S with the Mopar exterior package, bringing along a new chin spoiler, side sills and rear side sill extensions.

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Dark bronze is also a main color theme on the 300S, which is used up front on the grille and on the Chrysler badge, which also has titanium-finished wing tips. Gloss black accents offer contrast while big 20-inch aluminum wheels finished in dark bronze are used.

Inside, the black and caramel theme is also used, while piano black accents and a new instrument panel clock are meant to exude precision and craftmanship.

Both cars will debut later this week at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show. The 200S Alloy Edition will sell for $26,685 while the 300S Alloy Edition will go for $35,965, excluding destination charges.

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  • smartacus

    After Sergio already declared his displeasure with the 200??