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Renamed Sebring, in an attempt to cast off the rental-car image that that model gained, and tying Chrysler’s mid-sizer to the successful [[Chrysler 300|300]]. Hurriedly revised, but sold on the strength of an aspirational marketing campaign. Second-generation 200 more convincing and a far more thought-out rival to the [[Ford Fusion]] and the imports.
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Renamed Sebring, in an attempt to cast off the rental-car image that that model gained, and tying Chrysler’s mid-sizer to the successful [[Chrysler 300|300]]. Hurriedly revised, but sold on the strength of an aspirational marketing campaign. Second-generation 200 more convincing and a far more thought-out rival to the [[Ford Fusion]] and the imports, but the market was against CD-segment sedans. Chrysler killed the 200 in favour of crossovers and [[Jeep]]s.
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:43, 4 April 2017

Renamed Sebring, in an attempt to cast off the rental-car image that that model gained, and tying Chrysler’s mid-sizer to the successful 300. Hurriedly revised, but sold on the strength of an aspirational marketing campaign. Second-generation 200 more convincing and a far more thought-out rival to the Ford Fusion and the imports, but the market was against CD-segment sedans. Chrysler killed the 200 in favour of crossovers and Jeeps.



Marque: Chrysler | Predecessor: Chrysler Sebring





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