/Official: Chrysler 300S and 200S Alloy Editions

Official: Chrysler 300S and 200S Alloy Editions

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It’s been a long time since we last heard about the Chrysler 300S and especially the 200S. We thought the company has forgotten about them, but no, they’ve just come up with a special Alloy Edition packages for them featuring a few effective upgrades.

The 2016 Chrysler 300S and 200S Alloy Editions come with trendy Dark Bronze and Titanium paint finishes as well as sport-tuned suspensions and optional all-wheel-drive with Sport mode for an engaging drive.

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The exclusive features of Chrysler 200S Alloy include dynamic grille texture for a unique 3-D effect, Dark Bronze paint on the Mobius strip upper and lower grille surrounds, 19-inch Dark Bronze aluminum wheels, and special badging. Inside the car comes with Black cloth with leather trim, or Black leather seating, each with unique Caramel accent stitching on the seats, center arm rest and door trim panels, as well as Piano Black and Titanium-finished accents. Because it’s a substantial treatment, the Alloy treatment for the 200S costs $995.

As for the Chrysler 300S Alloy Edition, the $495 package adds to the car Gloss Black dimensional textured grille and headlights, titanium accents and badges, LED fog lamps, Dark Bronze painted 20-inch aluminum wheels, titanium-plated exhaust tips, Black Nappa leather with Caramel accent stitching, and a healthy does of piano black accents and trims. This car with a 363-horsepower HEMI V8 is probably the most gangsta sedan on the market today.

To be launched from Spring, Chrysler 300S and 200S Alloy Editions can be ordered with the 300 horsepower 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine and electronic all-wheel-drive.

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