Chrysler 200 Ignition Parts

About Chrysler 200 Ignition Parts

The Chrysler 200 is a mid-size sedan and convertible produced by Chrysler since 2010. The 200 is a renewed and improved successor to the Chrysler Sebring discontinued in 2010. The Chrysler 200 is built on the same platform as its predecessor, but it has undergone significant design and technical changes. The model is powered by either a 2.4-liter l4 or a 3.6 liter V6. Among other changes, it received a more rigid body, a revised suspension with softened springs, a new rear anti-roll bars and upgraded wheels. In addition, it received LED Monitor, high quality seats that feature improved cushioning, as well as better noise and vibration insulation.

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