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Do you like to feel the wind in your hair and the sun on your face while cruising down the road? Then that explains why you own a Chrysler 200 convertible. It also helps to explain why you’re currently looking for a better price on your auto insurance premiums. It can be hard to get an affordable policy even on the blandest of automobiles – much less a fun vehicle like a convertible. But if you take our advice, you can start saving at least 23% or more off your monthly premiums in a matter of minutes.
The Chrysler 200 convertible was manufactured right alongside the first generation of the hardtop Chrysler 200 sedan. The powertrain was virtually identical between the two vehicles before the convertible received a suspension revision in 2013. Unfortunately, there were too many challenges surrounding the production of the second generation Chrysler 200 convertibles for this model to survive past the first. The second generation Chrysler 200 was working with a brand new platform, and the costs of adapting that platform to a convertible frame – as well as a recent drop in market demand for convertibles – inspired Chrysler to go in other manufacturing directions.
Despite how Chrysler may feel about it’s not-SUV, non-truck, non-gargantuan vehicles, the Chrysler 200 convertible was not without its admirers. The Kogod Made in America Auto Index awarded this vehicle (and it’s sister model, the Dodge Avenger) with the prestigious “Most American Made” award of 2013. Unfortunately, This was not enough to save the Chrysler 200 convertible from either the ire of Sergio Marchionne or the chopping block. When the second generation of the Chrysler 200 debuted in 2015, its convertible twin was not by its side.
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