Used Car of the Day: 2015 Chrysler 200S

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey

No, it's not an April Fool's Day joke in July. Nor am I trolling you. I am featuring this 2015 Chrysler 200S as UCOTD because we rarely see 200s in the database I pull from, and because the 200S was the closest Chrysler got to being able to sniff competitiveness with the Honda Accord and Camry.

It wasn't a bad car, and it was worlds better than the godawful Sebring. But it wasn't nearly what it needed to be.

That said, the 200S was interesting enough that while I wouldn't have chosen to own one, I could see why others did. I enjoyed the car well enough when I drove it, and its looks hold up. The sloping rear roofline is part of why it didn't sell better, though.

This example has front-wheel drive and a bit over 62K miles on the clock. It appears to be well-equipped (Bluetooth, heated front seats, panoramic roof, heated steering wheel, et cetera) and clean, save for curb rash on all four wheels.

Yes this is a departure from our usual mix of rarities, project cars, modified rides, and showroom-ready vehicles. It's a relatively mainstream car in decent shape with low miles and few, if any, mods.

Once in a while, I grab a clean Accord or Camry that's pretty stock. Consider this the same thing, just with Chrysler.

Click here to see it. The asking price is $12,000.

[Images: Seller]

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Tim Healey
Tim Healey

Tim Healey grew up around the auto-parts business and has always had a love for cars — his parents joke his first word was “‘Vette”. Despite this, he wanted to pursue a career in sports writing but he ended up falling semi-accidentally into the automotive-journalism industry, first at Consumer Guide Automotive and later at He also worked as an industry analyst at Mintel Group and freelanced for, CarFax,, High Gear Media, Torque News,,, among others, and of course Vertical Scope sites such as,, and He’s an urbanite and as such, doesn’t need a daily driver, but if he had one, it would be compact, sporty, and have a manual transmission.

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  • Aja8888 Aja8888 2 days ago
    Another dead branch on the dying tree of Chrysler (Stellantis).
  • Polishdon Polishdon 16 hours ago
    I owned a '16 Chrysler 200s. Bought it used with around 8K miles and traded it in with 90K miles (Wife hates cars with 100K+ miles). It was extremely reliable and was towed just one (Due to duel flats and bent rims from a pothole my daughter who was driving failed to avoid). Was a great car, only pet peeve was the rear seat entry. That was terrible. Replaced it with a brand new '23 Camry LE. Biggest mistake ever! Car has had nothing but minor/mid-level gremlins since day one. Parts falling off, paint issue, rim/tire issues, Bluetooth connection problems, TPMS issues, etc. Going back to the dealer AGAIN in a few weeks for another round of service.
  • Bob65688581 We bought zillions of German cars, despite knowing about WWII slave labor. Refusing to buy something for ideological reasons is foolish.Both the US and the EU have imposed tariffs, so the playing field is level. I'll buy the best price/quality, regardless of nationality.Another interesting question would be "Would you buy one of the many new European moderate-price EVs?" but of course they aren't sold here.Third interesting question: "Why won't Stellantis sell its best products in America?"
  • Freshblather No. Worried there will be malicious executable code built into the cars motherboard that could disable the Chinese cars in the event of hostilities between the west and China.
  • Bd2 Absolutely not - do not want to support a fascist, totalitarian regime.
  • SCE to AUX The original Capri was beautiful. The abomination from the 90s was no Capri, and neither is this.It looks good, but too similar to a Polestar. And what's with the whacked price?
  • Rover Sig Absolutely not. Ever.