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Chrysler 200 Convertible (2011-2014)

The Chrysler 200 Convertible replaces the outgoing Sebring and while it is still based on that model it is a significant update including numerous cosmetic and powertrain changes.

A top of the range S model adds a premium Boston Acoustic speaker system and more luxurious trim details including heather leather seats with suede inserts.

Chrysler’s relationship with Fiat is obviously paying off as the 200 features a much needed improved interior with more premium materials, deeper cushioned seats. While outside the up-to-date styling is better balanced and there are features such as LED lighting.

The 200 comes with a cloth convertible top as standard, but there is also the option of a folding metal hardtop. Both tops use the same mechanism so the luggage space is the same whichever option you choose.

Chrysler 200 Convertible Details

Production Dates2011-2014
Luggage Capacity 385 litres / 13.6 cu ft
Fuel Tank Capacity 77 litres / 20.3 US gal
Warranty 3 years or 36,000 miles

Chrysler 200 Touring Convertible

The 2.4 litre four cylinder with six-speed automatic transmission is carried over from the Sebring and uses a little less fuel than the V6 alternatives. Despite being the base model, the Touring comes with a good level of standard equipment including power seats and keyless entry.


Fuel type Unleaded Petrol
Engine type Straight 4
Engine Capacity 2360 cc
Power 173@6000 bhp
Torque 166@4400 lb.ft
Torque 225@4400 nm
Transmission type 6-spd auto


Economy and Emissions

Chrysler 200 Limited Convertible

The Chrysler 200 Limited Convertible comes with the 3.6 litre Pentastar V6 as standard along with a six-speed automatic transmission. The all aluminium engine comes with variable valve timing and produces a potent amount of power. The Limited model also gets a folding hardtop, leather seats and a touch screen media centre among its standard equipment.


Fuel type Unleaded Petrol
Engine type V6
Engine Capacity 3605 cc
Power 283@6400 bhp
Torque 260@4400 lb.ft
Torque 353@4400 nm
Transmission type 6-spd auto


Max speed (auto) - mph / 0 kph
0-60mph (auto) - seconds

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4 Owner Reviews

Do you drive a Chrysler 200 Convertible? Would you recommend it to others? Join the conversation and let us know what you think of the car. This Chrysler currently has 4 owner reviews.

  1. Dougie O Dougie O'Connor says:

    How much space dose the 200 convertible boot have? How many suitcases can you put in?

  2. David Brown David Brown says:

    When are we likely to see the Chrysler 200 in the UK
    I have a Sebring which is now 4 years old and I would love 200
    to replace it

  3. Editor Editor says:

    The Chrysler 200 Convertible is sold as the Lancia Flavia in Europe however there isn’t a right hand drive option and like the rest of the Lancia brand cars, is not sold in the UK at present. It should be possible to bring a left hand drive Flavia across from Europe as a personal import.

  4. Jack Jack says:

    We own a 2013 Chrysler 200 Limited Hard Top Convertible that we would not part with. It is a solid built vehicle that is quiet, comfortable, reliable with a lot of power and still delivers good fuel economy. Yes, the top does fold into the trunk, and when in that position still leaves adequate space for 2 people with 2 dogs to travel for a week, while collecting souvenirs along the way. On a recent trip we wound up 970 miles from home on a Sunday morning, needing to be at work Monday. We did the trip in one day with stops only for gas and food. I drove the entire distance and was not fatigued at the end of it. That says a lot for the comfort of this vehicle. If you want a convertible, this is an excellent choice that will leave you with enough money left to get out and enjoy it.

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