It's easy to say that if we were to hold a poll and gain an industry consensus about WHICH auto is currently the WORST for sale, most folks would agree that the Chrysler 200 (Sebring) would take the top spot.
Hell, if you were just looking for a set of wheels to get around and all they had left in the rental lot was a 200, there's a good chance you'd rather take public transportation.
They're just that bad.
Even though Chrysler has attempted to refresh the vehicle over the years, it's still horrid. Thankfully, it made some room in its budget to give the vehicle a complete overhaul. And, we got to see it at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show.
Sporting an all-new look that's got an Audi A7/Toyota Avalon C-Pillar and a "soft" nose not too far off from the likes of a 1990s Chevrolet Cavalier, I don't think it's going to win any style awards in the near future. It's a good looking, handsome product — at least in my eyes.
But is that good enough for you? Is the all-new Chrysler 200 a STUD or DUD?
The good news is that while it may not win over car fiends, it will likely allow Chrysler to move units without such HUGE incentives. Thereby it can actually sell less copies but net more dollars in the bank. Let's hope that's the case.
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