The Chrysler 200 Just Got a Lot Cheaper


The Chrysler 200 isn’t long for this world and now the American automaker is trying to get rid of what’s left.

Both the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart are getting axed as part of the company’s new plan, and that means you can save up to $7,500 on a new Chrysler 200 if you’re in the right areas. In the Southern California region, the savings include a $2,000 retail consumer cash, $2,000 select inventory retail BC, $1,000 in conquest cash and $2,500 for trade-in retail bonus cash. The total savings may vary depending on where you are in the U.S. and which trim model you choose.

The savings are pretty significant, considering the Chrysler 200 starts from $22,990 including destination.

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Earlier this year, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) CEO Sergio Marchionne confirmed the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart will be discontinued, although an exact time frame wasn’t provided. He did hint that both models could return to market if a partner was found to build them. In lieu of the two passenger cars, FCA is focusing its efforts on the Jeep and Ram brand as shoppers in the U.S. continue to buy up SUVs and trucks.

Discuss this story on our Chrysler 200 Forum

  • smartacus

    there was nothing wrong with the 200 that a powertrain makeover would not have cured.
    The engines should have been the FIAT 1.4T and Alfa 1.75T

  • pedrocastimas

    Rented one, and i’d have to say it was one of the WORST cars i’ve ever drive. Loud on the road, numb steering, “busy” transmission, headlights that put me in “panic” mode on twisty roads (NO side or down-the-road forward illumination). in its defense; comfortable seating, decent gas mileage and OK performance. In a category with LOTS of choices, this is a bottom-dweller.

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  • Shiratori1

    Neither would have fixed the unreliability, the tight interior, or the crappy zf 9-speed automatic.

  • smartacus

    Nothing can fix Chrysler/Dodge unreliability.

    Especially now with new owner FIAT,

    it is guaranteed to get worser.

  • getoffme

    It was already cheap in the first place. Not talking about the price here.