200 is Chrysler's second coming

May 12, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Canada.com

An elegant mid-sized sedan with a supple suspension, the new Chrysler 200 offers a roomy interior and comes with a very affordable price tag.

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I have owned a Chrysler 200 Limited for about 3 months now and it is a quality vehicle. The fit and finish, materials, handleing, noise level, V-6 engine and 6 speed transmission is everything theya re said to be. This is a very good car. After looking at all of the competition, I chose the 200 because of the quality, ride, comfort, engine, and price. In short I found the 200 to the car that gives me the best car for the price. Right now I have achieved 28 miles to the gallon of gas on the highway. I full expect to get 30, maybe 31 miles to the gallon when the engine is fully broken in. This is a very good car which is equiped very nicely and priced very competatively. I recommend it to anybody that is looking for a midsized car.
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doc1120 wrote:
I have owned a Chrysler 200 Limited for about 3 months now and it is a quality vehicle. The fit and finish, materials, handleing, noise level, V-6 engine and 6 speed transmission is everything theya re said to be. This is a very good car. After looking at all of the competition, I chose the 200 because of the quality, ride, comfort, engine, and price. In short I found the 200 to the car that gives me the best car for the price. Right now I have achieved 28 miles to the gallon of gas on the highway. I full expect to get 30, maybe 31 miles to the gallon when the engine is fully broken in. This is a very good car which is equiped very nicely and priced very competatively. I recommend it to anybody that is looking for a midsized car.
Thanks, thank god alot of Americans are coming back home and supporting American Workers again
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doc1120 wrote:
I have owned a Chrysler 200 Limited for about 3 months now and it is a quality vehicle. The fit and finish, materials, handleing, noise level, V-6 engine and 6 speed transmission is everything theya re said to be. This is a very good car. After looking at all of the competition, I chose the 200 because of the quality, ride, comfort, engine, and price. In short I found the 200 to the car that gives me the best car for the price. Right now I have achieved 28 miles to the gallon of gas on the highway. I full expect to get 30, maybe 31 miles to the gallon when the engine is fully broken in. This is a very good car which is equiped very nicely and priced very competatively. I recommend it to anybody that is looking for a midsized car.
So tell us doc, what do they pay you to post this stuff, huh?
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i also have heard lot of good things about the 200.
a guy i worked with bought one and said it was lot better than his 99 buick he traded in.
looks like chrysler is on track
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dodgeman 25 wrote:
i also have heard lot of good things about the 200.
a guy i worked with bought one and said it was lot better than his 99 buick he traded in.
looks like chrysler is on track
They still have not fix the leaking radiator issue. For now there dropping 2 sealant tabs in it to prevent any leaks in dept 9171 line.
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liner wrote:
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So tell us doc, what do they pay you to post this stuff, huh?
I only tell it like I see it. I have a new Chrysler 200 Limited and I have been very pleased with it. In fact, my highway mileage has increased to 29 miles per gallon. It is a very comfortable car, I would say a mid-size luxury. I chose the 200 after driving all of the competition. The Chrysler was the best buy for money. Drive one.
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I only tell it like I see it. I have a new Chrysler 200 Limited and I have been very pleased with it. In fact, my highway mileage has increased to 29 miles per gallon. It is a very comfortable car, I would say a mid-size luxury. I chose the 200 after driving all of the competition. The Chrysler was the best buy for money. Drive one.
They pay you by the post then, right?
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dodgeman 25 wrote:
i also have heard lot of good things about the 200.
a guy i worked with bought one and said it was lot better than his 99 buick he traded in.
looks like chrysler is on track
So this guy you work with says a 2011 Chrysler 200 is better than a 12 year old Buick? Bet he uses his new Chrysler to drive to his MENSA meetings.
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They pay you by the post then, right?
That's funny. I am a school administrator. That is my income. As I said, I have driven all the competion and found the 200 Limited equiped the way I have it is the best buy for my money. It is a very good car. I recommend it to everyone who is looking for a midsized car.

I fail to understand why you think people have to be paid for their input here. Maybe it is because you get paid for every negative remark you make? I simply tell it like I see it, that's all.
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This is an open forum and no one is getting paid. Some people are so anti-Chrysler that even if every expert said a car of ours was the best, they'd still bash it. Those who still compare it to the Sebring have obviously never even been in the 200, let alone drive one. Those people also probably believe the rapture's gonna happen at 6 p.m. today lol
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That's funny. I am a school administrator. That is my income. As I said, I have driven all the competion and found the 200 Limited equiped the way I have it is the best buy for my money. It is a very good car. I recommend it to everyone who is looking for a midsized car.
I fail to understand why you think people have to be paid for their input here. Maybe it is because you get paid for every negative remark you make? I simply tell it like I see it, that's all.
Because everytime you post, it's like you're reading from a script. Even when I get you to respond to what you consider my negative response, you still have to say the exact same thing:

"I have driven all the competion and found the 200 Limited equiped the way I have it is the best buy for my money. It is a very good car. I recommend it to everyone who is looking for a midsized car."

That's why I think you're being paid to post your "review" of the 200. Let's see if you can respond without saying the same thing......
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WTF wrote:
This is an open forum and no one is getting paid. Some people are so anti-Chrysler that even if every expert said a car of ours was the best, they'd still bash it. Those who still compare it to the Sebring have obviously never even been in the 200, let alone drive one. Those people also probably believe the rapture's gonna happen at 6 p.m. today lol
You're correct, this is an open forum and you're wrong, lots of people get paid for posting certain things about certain products. It's a very common practice.
I happen to like Chrysler products and I think the 200 is a vast improvement over the former Sebring.
By the way, we're going to a post-rapture dinner party tonight....Cheers!
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You find it hard to believe that i compared all of the midsized products? You find it hard to believe that I found the 200 to be the best buy for the money? You find it hard to believe that I write it this way? I write this way, because it is the way I write in my job. To answer your question, no I am not being paid to write my thoughts.
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Google Chrysler 2.7l engine and maybe you will see why people are skeptical... Wait til you get up to 25,000 miles, if you are lucky
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doc1120 wrote:
You find it hard to believe that i compared all of the midsized products? You find it hard to believe that I found the 200 to be the best buy for the money? You find it hard to believe that I write it this way? I write this way, because it is the way I write in my job. To answer your question, no I am not being paid to write my thoughts.
Yes, I find all of this hard to believe. Have a nice day.
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I hope reliability is better than my 2005 Grand Caravan. I have had several major costly repairs in the last 2 years (starting just after the warranty expired). Nice vehicle in every other way. Just too expensive to maintain.
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I hope reliability is better than my 2005 Grand Caravan. I have had several major costly repairs in the last 2 years (starting just after the warranty expired). Nice vehicle in every other way. Just too expensive to maintain.
Be glad you didn't buy a Lexus like I did. Bet my repairs cost more than yours.
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Lincoln, Chrysler score top marks in vehicle satisfaction

Christina Rogers/ The Detroit News

Car buyers are giving two Detroit brands high marks for their 2011 car and truck lineups.

Lincoln earned top premium brand, while Chrysler was ranked most popular in California-based auto research firm AutoPacific's annual Vehicle Satisfaction Awards.

The two brands scored the highest in their respective categories, according to the results of a 68,000-participant survey that asks owners how satisfied they are with their cars.

The honors were awarded in 48 categories that include cars, trucks, crossovers and hybrids. The rankings help car buyers sort through the more than 262 nameplates sitting on dealer lots.

"While the economy is strengthening, new vehicle buyers continue to be especially careful in selecting the perfect vehicle for their needs," said George Peterson, president of AutoPacific. "A wise purchase decision is like money in the bank."

The Cadillac Escalade won highest overall satisfaction for a single model, while the Mercedes-Benz S-Class was named most satisfying car.

"It's especially gratifying to be honored by AutoPacific's Vehicle Satisfaction Awards because they're chosen by owners," said Don Butler, vice president for Cadillac marketing.

"Escalade's consistent strong showing in these awards is a testament to its ability to deliver what customers want in a luxury vehicle," he added.

Going by automaker, Ford Motor Co. scored seven wins; Toyota Motor Corp. had four, and General Motors Co. and Hyundai Motor Co. tied with three wins

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doc1120 wrote:
You find it hard to believe that i compared all of the midsized products? You find it hard to believe that I found the 200 to be the best buy for the money? You find it hard to believe that I write it this way? I write this way, because it is the way I write in my job. To answer your question, no I am not being paid to write my thoughts.
It's probably because you write with proper punctuation, and spelling that throws him off.
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<quoted text>It's probably because you write with proper punctuation, and spelling that throws him off.
OK Mr. English teacher, lets go over your friends original post:

"I have owned a Chrysler 200 Limited for about 3 months now and it is a quality vehicle. The fit and finish, materials, ""handleing" ", noise level, V-6 engine and 6 speed transmission is everything ""theya re"" said to be. This is a very good car. After looking at all of the competition, I chose the 200 because of the quality, ride, comfort, engine, and price. In short I found the 200 ""to the"" car that gives me the best car for the price. Right now I have achieved 28 miles to the gallon of gas on the highway. I ""full"" expect to get 30, maybe 31 miles to the gallon when the engine is fully broken in. This is a very good car which is ""equiped" " very nicely and priced very ""competatively "". I recommend it to anybody that is looking for a midsized car."

You might notice that I put double quotes around some items that you might want to check.
Normally, I consider internet posts as content important and not a spelling and grammar excercise, but since you challenged me on such items.....I await your response.

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