Chrysler 200 Oil Type

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Chrysler 200

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You can find 11 different trims for the Chrysler 200 and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2011 through to 2017 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

The midsize Chrysler 200 first made its debut in 2011 as the successor to the Sebring. During its time on the market, Chrysler released two generations of the model.

The second and final version was unveiled in 2015. It lasted only two years before itl was retired by Chrysler. This was done as a result of fairly poor sales, which was credited to poor design, as well as the ever-increasing popularity of SUVs.

Aside from the two generations, there was also a 2-door and 4-door version.

Both generations featured an engine in the front that was fitted with a front-wheel drivetrain. The second generation was also offered with an all-wheel drive option.

One of the biggest changes between the first and second generations is that the former was built on the JS platform, while the latter was built atop the Compact Wide platform used by a number of Stellantis models.

The 200 was offered in four trim levels. These include the base LX, Limited, S, and C. The latter two, of course, represent the high-performance versions.

However, Chrysler restructured these to be the Touring, Limited Platinum, S, and C Platinum for the final year.

Rival models in the same class included the Dodge Dart, Chevrolet Malibu, Hyundai Elantra, and Nissan Altima.

Powertrain options for the various trim levels started with a 2.4 L inline-4 and a 3.6 L V6, both of which were gasoline engines. True to modern Chrysler fashion, a diesel variant was never released.

These engines were mated with either a 4-speed or 6-speed transmission for the first generation and a 9-speed transmission for the second. All of these were automatic.

Interestingly, the second generation 200 offered the first dial-based gear shifter in the midsize class.