Even though Chrysler has yet to give us the full picture on the Sebring's replacement, today the Detroit automaker announced pricing for the 2011MY 200 sedan. Planned to go on sale by the end of the year, the facelifted and renamed Sebring will be available at launch in three models (LX, Touring and Limited), with a fourth trim ("S") to be added later on. Prices start from $19,995, including a $750 destination fee.
North American buyers can choose between a base 2.4-liter four-cylinder petrol hooked up to either a four-speed or six-speed automatic, and the new 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine, which produces 283 horsepower and 260 lb.-ft. of torque, and is mated to the 62TE six-speed transmission.
Chrysler says that virtually every system in its mid-size sedan is new or upgraded for 2011, while the redesign was inspired from the 2009 200C concept. On the outside, sheet metal upgrades include the new front fascia with Chrysler's corporate grille, LED lights all around and a reworked rear deck lid.
There are no photos of the interior yet, but the automaker makes word of an all-new instrument panel and steering wheel designs, plus new leather and cloth seating materials.
The starting U.S. Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP) for each trim model are:
Chrysler 200 LX: $19,995 (including $750 destination)
Chrysler 200 Touring: $21,995 (including $750 destination)
Chrysler 200 Limited: $24,495 (including $750 destination)