2013 Chrysler 200 Review

2013 Chrysler 200 photo
  1. Original MSRP$19,695 - $25,255
  2. Price Range$5,700 - $10,995
  3. Average Selling Price$8,157
  4. Fuel Economy (MPG)21/29 City/Hwy
  5. Body StylesSedan

User Reviews for 2013 Chrysler 200

4.1
8 Reviews
5 Star

37.5%

4 Star

37.5%

3 Star

25%

2 Star

0%

1 Star

0%

Interior

4.0

Exterior

4.0

Performance

4.0

Family

4.3

Cost

4.0

by Annette on April 13, 2019

200
"This vehicle is the next best thing if you can't get a 300, it's compact, have everything I want in a car "
Interior

4.0

The leather seats
Exterior

4.0

Beautiful
Performance

5.0

The car handles just like a 300
Family

5.0

The accessory
Cost

4.0

You can go far without fueling up, a trip to VA, I only use 1/2 a tank of gas, this car was made for long distance driving

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by Steinar Andersen on September 20, 2018

The last of the Chrysler Cruising Convertibles
"This Chrysler 200 Limited Hardtop Convertible (it should be called Sebring) is the second to last year Chrysler made a Cruising Convertible. I did have a 2008 Sebring Touring Hardtop, and this 200 is substantially better. The Interior is much more luxurious (soft touch instead of hard plastic), the Pentastar 3.6L is much stronger than the previous 2.7L and the 6 speed transmission is better than the previous generation's 4 speed tranny. The suspension changes for 2013 make it a much better balanced car and it takes the turns much better at a higher rate of speed. No, it isn't a Mustang or Camaro Convertible but it isn't meant to be. There is actually room in the back seat for passengers. It's giddyap is impressive considering the vehicle weight. As this is my 5th "Sebring"/200 and they aren't making them anymore, I bought this one for the long term as Chrysler has exited this market. As I am the owner of the Chrysler Sebring Convertible Club, I will be able to "represent" for at least the next 20 years by having the best representation of the Sebring/200 that Chrysler made (I am THAT happy with it). I highly recommend people avoiding the Touring (with the weak 2.4L 4 cyl) unless you are only driving in Florida and not in any hilly/mountainous area. The Limited and the S are the way to go (with the 3.6L Pentastar V6). And if you are in the winter climate, getting the folding "Karmann" hardtop ensures that snow will not affect you in the winter (it drives like a coupe and has a very quiet cabin, much like the VW Eos Hardtop.... but better)."
Interior

5.0

Chrysler improved the interior to the point it is just like the Pacifica regarding soft touch and leather materials (and the 2 tone beige leather is very nice). The u-connect is the previous version (it isn't the 8.4 infotainment center that Pacifica and the 300 have) but it is a 6.5" infotainment system that works very well and integrates with your phone easily. The seats have more support than the previous generation, so for long trips.... one doesn't get squirmy due to a slab experience (it is very supportive). And with the beige leather seats, I am less likely to get my "bottom" burned by sitting on them even with the seats exposed to the sun. And during the winter, the seat warmers are a welcome feature.
Exterior

4.0

I have the Cherry Red color on mine, and it stands out with the beige/tan leather interior. The front end looks very aggressive and it looks a lot like the 2001-2003 generation of Sebring. The rear end however, is rather "bulbous" and would have looked better with the 4th generation 200's rear end. Alas, except for that.... it is a very pleasing to the eye exterior.
Performance

4.0

The 3.6L Pentastar V6 with 6 Speed tranny are an excellent combination. I average about 30 mpg on the highway (24 mpg combined). It is also E85 flex-fuel friendly. It is almost as fast as the Mustang V6 Convertible, and that is plenty fast for me. This is a cruiser and it does that role very well.
Family

5.0

The rear seat is not a bench that will only fit 5 year olds like the Mustang/Camaro Convertibles, you can actually fit tall children and adults in the rear seat comfortably (it is a true 4 passenger vehicle), the only convertible in the market with that kind of room.
Cost

5.0

I bought mine used, and it was only $10,200 (and being only 4 years old) and it looked/ran like it was brand new. It sold brand new for $34k - $36k brand new, so this is an excellent price point for it's age. It did depreciate a lot more than other brands (when in comparison), but that worked out to be in my favor. I have what is essentially a car that is no longer made by any manufacturer (a hardtop convertible) and I have the newest version of that car. I couldn't have been any happier with the price, and considering I bought a 5 yr. bumper to bumper warranty with the car, my next 5 years of ownership should be relatively problem free. I consider this car to be one step below a Mercedes, but that is no surprise as this 3rd generation Sebring/200 was created by the former Daimler/Chrysler. It is the epitome of the Sebring/200 class of convertible, and one cannot get it brand new any more..... so there are fewer and fewer examples of this car on the road and you should get one while you still can.

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by Vince on December 29, 2017

Review
"I have enjoyed my car thanx. Vince "
Interior

3.0

Exterior

4.0

Performance

3.0

Family

3.0

Cost

3.0


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by Seth Moorhead on November 24, 2016

after over two years of driving
"Very comfortable and peppy. Problem with cruise control on-off sticking fixed by slapping the steering wheel. Much smoother ride than newer ones with thin tires. Good all-around visibility."
Interior

4.0

Easy seat adjustments
Exterior

4.0

Nice lines
Performance

4.0

Lots of pep
Family

4.0

roomy back seat
Cost

4.0

Low maintenance

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by DLW on September 6, 2015

"A great car. Rides smooth & 30+ MPG. Leather heated seats; super sound system; quiet. Much better than a Toyota or Buick. Very smooth trany!!"

by KENDALL on December 26, 2014

"I needed a car to commute to work that was gas/mileage friendly, aesthetically pleasing and easy to keep clean. This turned out to be the one. And the price was right. Very pleased!"

by AREV53 on October 6, 2014

"I bought it because some friends had bought a 300 and I really liked it. I wanted something smaller, so I drove a 200 and a few other cars. This was quiet, smooth riding and the others couldn't compare - I love it! "

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by CHARLES L BOLLACKER on July 24, 2014

"I liked its styling. Used mainly for local transportation. It is very easy to drive. I think it is a good car for anyone."

CARFAX Info for 2013 Chrysler 200

CARFAX offers millions of used cars for sale nationwide. Every listing includes the vehicle history. The data below is updated daily, based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
2013 Chrysler 200 Deals on CARFAX
Percentage of 2013 Chrysler 200 for sale on CARFAX that are Great, Good, and Fair Value deals. Values are determined by whether the selling price is above, below, or the same as the history-based CARFAX Value.
Great Value
(93)
Good Value
(84)
Fair Value
(68)
No Badge
(71)
VEHICLE HISTORY SUMMARY
The Vehicle History Summary represents the percentage of cars available for sale on CARFAX that are reported to have no accidents or damage, had 1-owner, been used as a personal or personal lease car, and/or have service history information.
No Accidents or Damage Reports

63%

CARFAX 1-Owner

21%

Personal Use

100%

Service History

98%

2013 Chrysler 200 Pricing

The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is the "sticker price" for this vehicle, including optional equipment, when it was new. The price range for the 2013 Chrysler 200 is $5,700 - $10,995. The average selling price is $8,157. The data below is updated daily, based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX. Price range and average selling price are based on the median selling price while CARFAX Value is a VIN-specific value based on the vehicle's history.

Original MSRP
$19,695 - $25,255
Price Range
This is the price range for the 2013 Chrysler 200 based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
$5,700 - $10,995
Average Selling Price
$8,157
CARFAX Value
This is the range of CARFAX Values for the 2013 Chrysler 200 on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
$4,630 - $15,600
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2013 Chrysler 200 Pricing By Trim
  1. TrimPrice RangeAverage Selling PriceCARFAX Value
  2. LX$5,299 - $10,299$7,470$4,630 - $10,060
  3. Touring$5,700 - $10,000$7,965$4,830 - $10,740
  4. Limited$6,000 - $11,000$8,750$6,500 - $15,600

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