Dude they gave 2016 model a 4/5 in reliability while they give the 2015 model 1/5 , which is the worst mark.I think the 15, 16 & 17 model years were all the same, except for software updates and other minor fixes.
Ours is over 5 years old, over 100K and no problems. We did have all updates and recalls performed.
I agree w fitru103..... Most of the issues were software related. Some early run 200's had issues w noisy struts which were covered under warranty and any motor issues were mostly the 2.4 as theyre sensitive too oil and coolant levels. I'm happy too say I've had 0 mechanical issues, just all software updates. 65k and I'm still lovin it! I plan on driving this car into the ground which hopefully will be 150k+.Dude they gave 2016 model a 4/5 in reliability while they give the 2015 model 1/5 , which is the worst mark.
I never saw any car model to go like that within a year. Chrysler must have done an amazing job to fix almost all of the problems by the next model.
a lot of Japanese sedan have the same reliability mark as 2016 Chrysler 200 model, which is awesome.
That is why I posted that they are all the same basic car.Dude they gave 2016 model a 4/5 in reliability while they give the 2015 model 1/5 , which is the worst mark.
...they could have... but short sighted decisions were made, FCA prefers to now follow rather than lead, and like lemmings they follow the other American branded auto makers and phase out sedans and let Japan and Europe take their market sharethey could have made and sold these cars for years to come I believe.
I’d steer far away from the 2015 model....after they finally figured out the transmission issues I assume for future models
You may want to be prepared for the battery to go out soon. These cars do some interesting things when the battery starts going. It can freak some people out.Came back from a wedding in NJ across from NYC. I have a 2015 200C with the 6 cyl engine. I got 39 mpg going up and 37 mpg going back to Maryland. Car has 28,000 and nothing has been done to it except for MFG call-backs. Even the battery is original ! Tranny works fine and saves gas if you cruise above 71 mph-it gets even better once you hit 80.
Actually the 3.6 is fully American engine produced here as well. The 2.4 engine was a collaboration of Mercedes/Chrysler designing the head and the Chrysler/Hyundai design of the engine block.Also, I heard the engine from this vehicle was sold by the Germans and designed driving on the Auterban (however you spell it?) Again great highway driving but sucks with city driving.