This won't be a revelation to anyone that reads the posts in this forum regularly but my battery died at just under three years of owning my 200. This seems to be relatively common for factory batteries between 3-5 years of age. I wanted to post to reiterate what Black Night said in the sticky titled "REPLACE THAT BATTERY or at least have it tested". Mine died with absolutely no warning whatsoever. Not a hard start nor even a dim light. Again, not new news. What I thought was peculiar though is the factory Chrysler battery had a date of 2013. Mind you I purchased my 2016 200 in Nov of 2016 so I believe that battery sat for years before it even went in my car. Had I known this i would have replaced it long ago but I never took the heat shield off so I never saw the date. I didn't but I recommend everyone with a factory battery heed Black Knight's advice in the sticky and get that battery replaced or tested. And I recommend a load tester vice a multimeter. My old battery read 12V on my meter but failed under load. Hope this helps save someone some headache.