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Chrysler Midsize Car Buying Guide

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Chrysler 200

2013-2011 | Convertible, Sedan

The Chrysler 200 may look like a brand new vehicle introduced for the 2011 model year, but is actually a new nameplate for the Chrysler Sebring midsize that was sold between 1995 and 2010.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $8,272

MPG
18-31
Seats
4-5

Chrysler 300

2013-2005 | Sedan

The Chrysler company has used the Chrysler 300 nameplate extensively.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $6,513

MPG
13-31
Seats
5

Chrysler Cirrus

2000-1995 | Sedan

Like many of the vehicles produced by Chrysler, the Chrysler Cirrus gained popularity for its well-constructed frame and engineering under the hood.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $1,631

MPG
19-37
Seats
5

Chrysler Concorde

2003 | Sedan

Like many of the cars in the Chrysler family, the Chrysler Concorde has a history of appealing to the sedan set.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $2,661

MPG
19-29
Seats
5

Chrysler Lebaron

1995 | Convertible

In Chrysler history, the Lebaron became one of the longest-running nameplates for the manufacturer.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $1,956

MPG
21-28
Seats
4

Chrysler PT Cruiser

2010-2001 | Convertible, Wagon

The Chrysler PT Cruiser, a compact four-door hatchback wagon with a design that is reminiscent of panel trucks of the past, was produced for model years 2001 to 2010.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $2,308

MPG
18-29
Seats
4-5

Chrysler Sebring

2010-2001 | Convertible, Coupe, Sedan

Chrysler introduced the Sebring in 1995 as a luxury vehicle in its line of cars.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $2,476

MPG
14-32
Seats
4-5

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