In 2015 I purchased a white 2015 Chrysler 200 limited from a nationally recognized used car dealership. It had 8K on the odometer. I originally went there to purchase a 300 and the 200 was parked right behind it. I was impressed with the looks of the 200 and the options were perfect to be my "daily beater" so, I bought it instead at 1/2 the original msrp. It had been in an accident but was repaired nicely. Over the next six years the only real failure I had was the radio and I was able to get one from Ebay for $100. A local dealer, Arrigo, was kind enough to give me the activation code for free. Everything else was just tires, batteries, and oil changes. That car became my trusted friend and over 6 years I put 134,000 miles on it. When I traded it over the holidays, it was still running like a new car and didn't burn a drop of oil. The Multiair 4 cylinder proved to be a great engine even though it sounded like a sewing machine when it idled I'm old enough to have owned a Plymouth Valiant when I was a teenager and this 200 reminded me of those cars only much, much better. While I realize lots of people have had problems with their 200's, mine was the best car I've ever owned and I was saddened when Chrysler decided not to make them anymore. I gave my best friend back to the used car dealer I bought him from in exchange for a 2021 Volkswagen Arteon SEL R-Line 4 Motion. That's a mouthful, isn't it? I only hope that the Arteon will be as reliable as my 200 was and as good of a friend. Good luck to all you 200 owners. Maybe Chrysler will build another 200 someday.