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It's very rare for an affordable midsize car to have AWD, let alone V-6 along with it.
 
The only other one I can think of within similar price range is the Subaru Legacy.


 
The interior is also beautiful  
![full](http://www.iv
eho.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Chrysler-200-Dash.jpg)
 
The la
test generation of the 200 also had a design flaw on its rear hood. It being too slanted and coupe-like for a sedan. Making it troublesome for taller people to enter it.


 
Also, the car was introduced when SUV crossovers were in the process of dominating the market. Timing also killed the model.


 
Just like Lincoln, Chrysler seems to suffer the same lack of brand enthusiasm as the former.


 
I thought the Dodge Dart would have been a great car. But they several recalls a few years back over break issues. It sucks though, would have been a nice alternative to Honda's Si series and Subaru's STI.


 
Is Chrysler a luxury brand? Mid-lux? Or a general consumer brand?
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It's very rare for an affordable midsize car to have AWD, let alone V-6 along with it.
The only other one I can think of within similar price range is the Subaru Legacy.

The latest generation of the 200 also had a design flaw on its rear hood. It being too slanted and coupe-like for a sedan. Making it troublesome for taller people to enter it.

Also, the car was introduced when SUV crossovers were in the process of dominating the market. Timing also killed the model.

Just like Lincoln, Chrysler seems to suffer the same lack of brand enthusiasm as the former.

I thought the Dodge Dart would have been a great car. But they several recalls a few years back over break issues. It sucks though, would have been a nice alternative to Honda's Si series and Subaru's STI.

Is Chrysler a luxury brand? Mid-lux? Or a general consumer brand?
No reason given
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