The Chrysler 200 is the only midsize sedan to offer more features than the Legacy, and it’s like a poor man’s luxury car when fully loaded. But the good looks and great features will cost you a lot more. All-wheel drive is available on a few midsize sedans; the Ford Fusion offers the feature on a particular version of its mid level SE trim and on higher trim levels, while the Chrysler 200 has AWD as an option only on its higher, more expensive trims. As for transmissions, most midsize sedans come standard with automatic or continuously variable transmissions, so you don’t have a choice. Every midsize sedan’s automatic has six gears, except the Chrysler 200’s, which has nine.
The Chrysler Sebring sedan replaced the Chrysler Cirrus. The redesigned sedan was introduced for 2007, but the convertible version was not introduced until 2008. This generation added a couple new options including all-wheel drive on sedan models and a hardtop option for the convertible. In 2011, Chrysler unveiled their "Imported From Detroit" campaign with ads featuring Detroit rapper Eminem, one of which aired during the Super Bowl. The campaign highlighted the rejuvenation of the entire product lineup, which included the new, redesigned and repackaged 2011 200 sedan and 200 convertible, the Chrysler 300 sedan.
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