The Chrysler 200, produced from 2011 to 2014, was a midsize sedan that aimed to rejuvenate Chrysler’s presence in the competitive family car segment. It was designed to replace the outgoing Chrysler Sebring and brought notable styling and interior quality improvements. The 200 featured a sleek and modern exterior design with a distinctive front grille and swept-back headlights, giving it a more refined appearance than its predecessor. Inside the cabin, the 200 offered an upgraded, more upscale interior, with improved materials and a user-friendly infotainment system. It aimed to provide a comfortable and quiet ride for passengers. However, while the 200 made strides in design and comfort, it faced stiff competition in terms of performance and fuel efficiency, where it lagged behind some of its rivals. Despite this, the Chrysler 200 represented a significant effort by the automaker to enhance its presence in the midsize sedan market before it was eventually discontinued.