2011 Chrysler 200 Sedan & Convertible, Get “S” Trim
Chrysler has revealed this week its new “S” trim level for the 200 Sedan and Convertible models, aimed at a younger audience. Unfortunately, this new trim level offers only cosmetic upgrades for both cars, adding a bespoke grille that has a black background, smoked headlamps, body-color mirrors and door handles, along with 18-inch aluminum rims that have dark painted pockets, and the “S” badging.
Inside the cabin you will find a perforated leather steering wheel, heated front seats that have Digital suede inserts and the “S” logo on the head rests, along with a Boston Acoustic sound system that packs a 30 GB hard drive media center. The 200 Sedan S also benefits from a black headliner and suede door trim bolsters.
Customers that order this S trim for either the sedan or the convertible model, won’t be able to choose the engine as Chrysler offers only the V6 3.6-liter unit. This power plant develops 283 hp and has a peak torque of 260 lb.-ft., linked to a 6-speed automatic gearbox.
The Chrysler 200 S sedan will set you back at least $26,790 (including the $750 destination fee), while the convertible has a starting price of $32,490. The car will be officially unveiled this week at the New York Auto Show and will be able to order it in a couple of weeks.
Source: Chrysler via Carscoop
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