2012 Chrysler 200 LX vs. 2012 Chevy Malibu LS
Better Value and Options
One of the more notable differences in these vehicles is the price. Chrysler’s family sedan has a starting price of $16,395, compared to the $24,125 starting MSRP for the Malibu. Despite the lower price, the 200 offers a better value and offers a better selection of options than the Malibu, which will surely please drivers in Regina and the surrounding communities.
Both vehicles come in a range of trims, but if its power you’re after, the new 200 is the easy choice. It features a four-cylinder engine that’s capable of 173 hp and 166 lb-ft of torque, while the new Malibu’s four-cylinder is a bit behind, producing 170 hp and 158 lb-ft of torque.
The 2012 Chrysler 200 also offers an advantage in terms of interior space. It gives passengers more front headroom and legroom, as well as more front and rear shoulder room. In terms of styling, the new 200’s stance is more modern and aggressive than the relaxed posture of the Malibu. At the base level, the 200 LX offers more features than its rival, including steering wheel-mounted controls and MP3 compatibility. For those looking to get the most out of their money, Chrysler’s sedan offers a better combination of options and performance for a lower price.
Check out the 2012 200 at Crestview Chrysler
Our friendly staff would like to invite you to visit our dealership in Regina to take a new 2012 Chrysler 200 out for spin. You’ll be impressed by the value and performance of this sedan, but we’ve got plenty of other new and pre-owned vehicles available for drivers who want something else. Come by and let our knowledgeable sales team help you find the car, truck, or SUV that’s just right for you.