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Check out the Chrysler 200 and 300’s Dramatic Interior’s

Dramatic Interior

Quality craftsmanship abounds with new colors, fabrics and interior accents. Leather-trimmed seats are now standard on all models. New stitch patterns add a refined touch. Standard heated, eight-way power front seats include a power four-way lumbar adjustment for added comfort and support. Heated and ventilated front seats and heated rear seats are available, along with a memory system for the driver’s seat position, exterior power mirrors, power adjustable pedals and…
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Learn about the ParkSense feature on the All-New 2015 Chrysler 200.

The ParkSense® rear park assist system uses sound waves to detect nearby obstacles in and near the rear path of the vehicle to help you maneuver in tight spaces at parking speeds. Audio-visual indicators in the overhead display in the rear of the vehicle alert you to the proximity of most larger, stationary objects that might be outside your line of sight.

Always check entire surroundings before backing up.
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Chrysler Invites Consumers to an Interactive Look at the Making of the All-New 2015 Chrysler 200

  • Chrysler 200 Factory Tour, an interactive online experience using Google Maps Business View technology, takes consumers inside the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant (SHAP) for a first-of-its-kind virtual tour inside the factory that builds the all-new 2015 Chrysler 200
  • The virtual tour, with 360-degree interactive films and photography, lets users get up-close to aspects of the assembly process, taking them inside the 5 million square feet of the rebuilt factory (the equivalent of 86 football fields
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Check out the All-New 2015 Chrysler 200 Commercial

America is a nation of "Born Makers" - people who constantly create, reinvent, and never look back. This commercial for the All-New Chrysler 200 celebrates these individuals and introduces the world to a car that proves a well-made sedan doesn't have to cross an ocean to be worthy of the American road.

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