“I Am Not A Rental Car” Says 2015 Chrysler 200

OMG, I am not your rental car.  Yes I’m a Chrysler 200 but I am a 2015 and too good for rental status, so stop trying to put your luggage in my trunk.  First of all, I look better than any car you’re picking up from the airport.  I am sinewy, I look good all the way around. No one is going to accuse me of looking like the temporary midsize sedan you have booked for Spring Break or your trip to corporate HQ.

I don't live at the airport.

I don’t live at the airport.

To be sure there’s no confusion, I’ll let you inside.  But wipe your feet. As you see I have wood trim and moderate chrome accents.  I’m not gaudy.  I’m not painfully attempting to seek your attention by blinding you with my “bling.” I know what looks good, I know what feels good and I don’t need it to be shiny to be deserving of your attention. I have bins designed for devices that have concealed cable storage integrated into an interesting pass-through at the base of the center stack. I have beautiful leather seats with contrasted piping (not standard on the base model, but still). I have plenty of legroom for all passengers and comfortable, bolstered rear seats.

And so you know, my standard 184 horsepower 4-cylinder engine is plenty of juice for most of you, but if you were wanting more you can get me with a 294 horsepower V6 (between you and me, I’ll have you know the inline 4 is plenty).  Both are paired with a first-in class 9-speed automatic transmission.  The transmission utilizes a twisting knob gearshift, keeping the center console and center stack looking clean and uncluttered.

 

Storage.

Storage.

I am a gorgeous midsize sedan, even at the entry LX model, which starts at $21,700.

Rental? You should be so lucky.

 

 

Can you just, like, wash your hands before you touch anything?

Can you just, like, wash your hands before you touch anything?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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