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2016 Chrysler 200 Limited

2016 Chrysler 200 Limited

Technical Data

  • Price: n/a
  • Make: Chrysler
  • Model: 200 Limited
  • Year: 2016
  • Mileage: 20 km
  • Transmission: automatic
  • Vehicle Passengers: 5
  • Doors: 4
  • Ext. Color: black
  • Int. Color: gray
  • Engine: 2.4 liters
  • Stock no.: 2016-242
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MSRP $27,390
Engine and transmission
Engine 2.4 /  
Transmission (speeds/type) 9 / Automatic
Driven wheels  
Performances
Power 184 @ 6250
Torque 173 @ 4600
Fuel consumption: city (L/100km) 10.2
Fuel consumption: highway (L/100km) 6.4
Technical
Fuel tank capacity (L) 60
Front suspension Strut / Strut
Rear suspension Multi-Link / Multi-Link
Traction control x
Stability control x
Wheels and tires
Wheels Steel
Wheels dimensions (inches) 17 x 7
Tires 215 x 55
Security
Dics brakes 4
ABS x
Brake assist system  
Front airbags 2
Side airbags 2
Power locks x
Comfort and convenience
Air conditioning (automatic) x
Power windows x
Parking assistance  
Cruise control x
Audio and communication
Auxiliary audio input x
Bluetooth  
Navigational system  

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