New for 2016: Chrysler
By Joseph Dobrian, October 22, 2015
Two of Chrysler brand’s three models—the 200 and the Town & Country—carry over from the previous model year with only slight changes to the standard design and equipment, but both models offer a special 90th Anniversary edition that includes various luxury features. The Chrysler 300 sedan gets a more comprehensive renovation and upgrade, with several luxury and safety features now standard.
2016 Chrysler 200
- Limited trim level gets available 90th Anniversary package, including 8.4-in. touch-screen radio, Convenience Group of options (including a year of SiriusXM Radio, body-color power heated mirrors, leather-wrapped steering wheel, power driver’s seat with lumbar adjust, power 8-way driver seat and sun visors with illuminating vanity mirrors) and front floor mats with Chrysler Anniversary logos
- Limited includes rearview camera and other safety features
- V-6 engine is available on Limited
- Revised interior colors
- Slight redesigns to front fascia and taillights
- Standard leather interior
- Available Hemi V-8 engine
- 8-in. navigation device now standard
- Improved park-assist sensors
- Black inserts and black anodized wheels with higher-performance tires on 300 S
- Rear fenders, bumpers show updated design
- Redesigned grille with centered logo creates powerful appearance
- Carried over unchanged from previous year; redesign expected for 2017
- 90-year Anniversary Edition includes power sunroof, distinctive door handles, heated steering wheel and first- and second-row seats, keyless Enter ’n Go, and “Anniversary Edition” logo on radio screen and floor mats
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