On a road trip this weekend and did not want to drive the Hyundai so I got a rental.
Thought I would be getting a Jetta, which was what I wanted because it would be a great test drive for a potential future purchase but it was not meant to be.
Instead I was given a Chrysler 200.
The car has a good look to it, might be a bit too big for my needs but on the highway it was a sweet ride for a journey. Not the fastest car but the acceleration was sufficient with a nine speed (!) automatic that got me where I wanted to be. It held at highway speeds, and a bit more quite well and felt like it wanted to go faster. A very smooth ride even over the crappiest of Pennsylvania highways. In other words, all of them.
The interior felt larger but I felt a bit cramped, but not uncomfortable in the seat. The deal breaker for me was the high seat that I could not get any lower. I hit my head a couple of time getting into the car, and I'm not tall. There are also more blind spots, which does not make me comfortable. It does have a cool camera when you put the car in reverse. Oh, and there's no gear shifter, but a dial. First time I've ever seen that, but I did get used to it.
The gadgetry is fantastic, and the SiriusXM really helped out on a dull ride on route 76.
What impressed me most was the gas mileage. I got over 40mpg on the highway, which I think is fantastic for a car of this size.
The Chrysler 200 is a decent car to have for a weekend's journey, but I would not put it in my driveway for longer.