Chrysler has recently announced the introduction of the 2016 200S and 300S Alloy Editions at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show, both models coming with a lot of upgrades in terms of visuals.
Once it will be launched on the market this spring, the all-new 200S will be available at $26,685 while the 300S will set you back at $35,965, adding the $995 destination fee.
The 200S and 300S Alloy Editions are standing out from the crowd with an updated grille with Dark Bronze and Titanium exterior accents, along with black accents, as well as a fine-tuned sport suspension.
The 2017 Chrysler 200S Alloy will be highlighted by the Dark Bronze exterior color on the Mobius strip upper and lower grille surrounds, along with the 19-inch Dark Bronze aluminum wheels. Inside, this version features the Black leather on the seats, wrapped in Caramel accent stitching, center arm rest and door trim panels, along with Piano Black and Titanium accents. The entire Alloy package for the 200S costs $995.
The 2016 Chrysler 300S Alloy Edition package costs $495 and comes with the same Dark Bronze grille with gloss black textured grille and headlights, LED fog lamps, titanium-plated exhaust tips as well as the 19- or 20-inch alloy wheels finished in Dark Bronze.
The cabin of the 300S features the Black Nappa leather with Caramel stitching, along with piano black accents. The instrument panel clock “exudes watch-like precision and craftsmanship”.
Performance wise, the 200S comes with a base entry-level 3.6-liter V6 with 300 horsepower, while the 300S fits a higher 5.7-liter HEMI V8 mill, with 363 horsepower. Both are coming with a rear-wheel drive standard gearbox or an optional all-drive layout.