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Chrysler sets prices on the 200 sedan, Town & Country minivan

Wed, 10 Nov 2010

The base model of Chrysler's new 200 sedan will cost $20,745, including destination charges. The top models will come in at $25,245, the company said on Wednesday.

The 200 is Chrysler's newest model in the midsize-sedan segment, replacing the Sebring. It stacks up against the Ford Fusion and the Chevrolet Malibu.

Virtually every system in the sedan is new or upgraded for 2011, according to the company. The instrument panel, bezels, gauge faces and the steering wheel have been improved. Softer seats with more cushion material were added.

Exterior upgrades include new front and rear fascia and fenders, grille, hood, trunk lid and exterior mirrors. The Chrysler brand winged badge adorns the front.

The 200 will be offered with the Pentastar V6 churning out 283 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. A 2.4-liter four-cylinder is also available. Transmissions will include a four-speed for the I4 and a six-speed automatic for the V6.

Expect the Chrysler 200 sedan to hit showroom floors before the end of the year.

Pricing on the Town & Country minivan was also released on Wednesday. The upscale people hauler will cost $31,830 for the Touring version and $40,300 for the Limited, including shipping charges.

By Jake Lingeman