Body Styles:
LX, Touring, Limited, S 4-door sedan; Touring, Limited, S 2-door convertible

Drive Configuration:

2.4L I-4; 3.5L V-6

A4, A6, AMT6

Assembly Location:
Sterling Heights, MI

What’s New for ’11

  • Replacing the Sebring, the Chrysler 200 is powered either by a recalibrated version of the 2.4L 4-cyl. World Engine, or the new Pentastar V-6, both of which are mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission in all variants except the LX, which retains the prior 4-speed.
  • The exterior is refreshed with a new hood, grille with new winged Chrysler logo, front and rear fascias, light-emitting-diode taillamps, projector headlights, mirrors and decklid.
  • Inside, there is an all-new instrument panel, improved seat fabrics, new steering wheel, laminated windshield and additional sound-deadening material for improved noise, vibration and harshness levels.
  • The suspension has also been extensively revised with increased spring and bushing rates, larger front and rear stabilizer bars, new or redesigned bushings and recalibrated power steering.
  • Stability control is standard.
  • A 6-speed dual-clutch automated manual transmission will paired with the 2.4L as a mid-year running change.
  • Related Information

    All 2011 U.S. Models

    2011 U.S. Model Specifications