We were genuinely surprised and pleased at the advancements made in the transition from Sebring to 200. It's prettier by far, the interior is more modern and the materials more luxurious, the cabin is quieter, the engine performance in the V6 is excellent, and the crisp, sharp handling was the biggest and most pleasant surprise of all, although a highway mileage rating of 29 mpg was a nice surprise, too.
Jim McCraw filed this report to NewCarTestDrive.com after his test drive of the Chrysler 200 around Napa Valley, California.
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