Chrysler Miami Florida

Chrysler is one of the longest running American brands in the automotive industry.

A 2014 merger with Fiat changed that, adding a European twist to Chrysler’s story, but the newly manufactured cars remain true to Chrysler’s proven performance and drive for customer satisfaction.

A proud automaker with an impressive and storied history, no wonder Chrysler Miami Florida sells its vehicles under the slogan: Drive and Love.

Your local Chrysler Miami Florida dealer is excited to show you how the two intersect, by inviting you to test drive a new Chrysler vehicle.

When it comes to buying from a Chrysler dealer in Miami, look no further than Kendall Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram.

Buying from Kendall Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram

Chrysler Miami Florida
When it comes to purchasing one of the award vehicles from Chrysler Miami Florida, look no further than Kendall Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram, an award-winning dealership, celebrated for its competitive pricing, outstanding customer service, and easy purchasing process.

But, with all the Chrysler vehicles available, how will you know what to choose?

Fortunately, the friendly and knowledgeable sales associates and service team at Kendall Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram are more than happy to help you narrow your options and leave the lot in an amazing Chrysler at an unbelievable deal.

With so many options, it’s hard to play favorites, but let’s take a look at the specifications and distinguishing details between the Chrysler 200 and 300.

Choosing Sides: 200 or 300

Either Chrysler model is a win, sure to satisfy the choosiest customer driving demands and preferences.

However, depending on what you’re specifically looking for, one will likely edge ahead of the other.

Take the Chrysler 200: A Surprising Sedan

Chrysler 200
Completely redesigned for the 2015 model year, the Chrysler 200 is beautifully styled with enhanced materials and technology upgrades like touchscreen electronic interfaces.

Built on a larger platform than the Chrysler made Dodge Dart or Jeep Cherokee, the Chrysler 200 features improved structural rigidity, which successfully reduces cabin noise.

Equipped with a four-cylinder engine, generating 184 horsepower with 173 lb.-ft. of torque, you can opt instead for the most powerful in its class V6 engine, able to produce 295 horsepower with 262 lb.-ft. of torque.

Improved fuel economy is delivered by the available nine-speed automatic transmission. Depending on where you live, the optional all-wheel drive on the V6 is ideal for winter climates.

The Chrysler 200 comes in four trim levels: the LX, Limited, S, and C. 

On the base level LX, expect features like keyless entry and ignition, cruise control, air-conditioning, tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, manually height-adjustable front seats, and a 60/40 split-folding back seat. Although there is no CD player, the sound system is equipped with USB/iPod integration and auxiliary audio input. Does anyone listen to CDs anymore?

Bluetooth connectivity is available on the Uconnect package, along with a five-inch touchscreen to operate the audio.

Take all those features and enhance the exterior trim, throw in a six-speaker sound system, set it all atop alloy wheels and you’ve got the Limited trim level.

Further enhancements on this trim are offered in the Comfort Group, which gives you heated front seats and rear heating ducts, remote ignition, and dual-zone automatic climate control.

The Convenience Group ups the high-end ante, including a rearview camera, leather-wrapped steering wheel, satellite radio, eight-way power drive seat with four-way lumbar adjustments, and heated mirrors. For extra fun, order up the sunroof and available 18-inch wheels.

Channel your sporty side in the 200S, which takes everything the Limited has to offer in addition to many of the Convenience Group features, but comes standard on 18-inch wheels, and boasts an acoustic windshield and front-door glass (think sound proofing), sport-tuned suspension, cloth or leather sport seats, fog lights, and enhanced interior materials.

You can take the charms of the 200S even further by outfitting it with the Navigation and Sound Group, featuring an 8.4-inch touchscreen, improved instrument panel, navigation, integration with smartphones, including text-to-voice capabilities, auto-dimming mirrors, and nine-speaker sound system.

Optional add-ons are 19-inch wheels, blind-spot warning and rear traffic alerts, xenon headlights, leather upholstery, ventilated front seats, and panoramic sunroof.

If all that isn’t enough, then scope out the serious style and refinement of the 200C, the top of the line for this Chrysler sedan.

Leather upholstery and six-way power front passenger seat are standard, in addition to all the bells and whistles found in the 200S.

However, the SafetyTec boosts driver and passenger security with the adaptive cruise control, lane departure and lane keep assistance, frontal collision warning, automatic high-beams, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and automated parking.

Driver memory settings, heated steering wheel, 115-volt power outlet and upgraded trim, accented by real wooden details are part of the Premium Group.

Depending on the trim and drivetrain, the Chrysler 200 returns an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 28 mpg from the standard engine, while the V6 was rated at 23 mpg.

The Chrysler 300: The Boss of the Full-Size Sedan Segment

Chrysler 300
What sets this sedan apart from its very competitive same-class rivals is its extraordinarily quiet ride and rear-wheel drive.

A few style upgrades refresh the 300; however, the updated technology caught the attention of most reviewers more than anything else.

Adaptive cruise control, lane departure and lane assist, complemented by full-color instrument panel, including an 8.4-inch touchscreen with Uconnect system, emergency roadside assistance, and WiFi hotspot are all available on this year’s Chrysler 300.

Standard drivetrains are found in the 3.6-liter V6, able to get 292 horsepower with 260 lb.-ft. of torque. On the 300S, the engine has been tuned to produce 300 horsepower and 264 lb.-ft. of torque.

The optional 5.7-liter V8 generates 363 horsepower with 394 lb.-ft. of torque.

Either engine operates by a standard eight-speed automatic transmission with rear-wheel drive, while all-wheel drive is offered as an option.

Similar to the Chrysler 200, the 300 comes in four trim levels: the 300 Limited, 300S, 300C, and premium 300C Platinum.

Starting with the base 300 Limited, drivers enjoy features like heated front seats, tilt and telescoping steering wheel, eight-way power seats, leather upholstery, and conveniences like heated mirrors, automatic headlights, dual-zone climate control, cruise control, and LED headlights.

Taking it up a notch to the 300S, expect bigger, 20-inch alloy wheels wrapped by performance tires, dual sport exhaust, Sport driving mode complemented by paddle shifters, sport front bucket seats, performance tuned suspension, rearview camera, and remote start.

Moving even higher to the 300C adds fun features like driver memory functions, navigation, power rear sunshade, HD radio broadcasting out of a six-speaker Alpine audio system, and exterior chrome accents galore.

Real luxury awaits in the 300C Platinum trim level, which is equipped with a “touring” tuned suspension, 20-inch wheels, yet more chrome details, leather upholstery, power-adjustable pedals, and paddle shifters on the Sport mode.

Fuel efficiency on the 300 is rated at a combined 23 mpg for the V6 engine with rear-wheel drive, and 21 mpg for the all-wheel drive.

The optional 5.7-liter V8 returns an estimated combined 19 mpg.

Between the 200 and 300, the 300 outperformed in safety ratings, earning the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety’s top rating of “Good” across the board.

If you’re looking for a family car, the 300 sedan is safer, roomier, and more luxuriously loaded, which will likely be more satisfying to drivers and passengers alike.

But, when it comes to vehicles expressly designed with families in mind, check out the versatile Town and Country, Chrysler’s veteran in the minivan segment.

The Safest and Most Luxurious Minivan Available

Chrysler Town and Country
Swing by your Miami Chrysler and check out the Chrysler Town and Country, sure to be one of the bestsellers at your Chrysler dealer in Miami.

Practically considered the creator of the minivan, Chrysler presents consumers with a vast array of trim levels on this year’s Town and Country.

Perhaps the favorite feature is the Chrysler-exclusive Stow ‘n Go vanishing second-row passenger seats, which transforms the rear cabin into additional storage and cargo room when needed.

Equipped with a 3.6-liter V6 engine, boasting 283 horsepower at 260 lb.-ft. of torque, the Town and Country is operated by a six-speed automatic transmission.

Fuel economy comes in at the EPA-estimated 20 mpg combined, with 17 city and 25 highway miles, specifically.

As far as safety is concerned, and since this is a family car, safety is necessarily a big concern, the Town and Country received five out of five starts in government crash tests.

Additionally, the Town and Country showed off some serious stopping power for a minivan in Edmunds brake tests, coming to a full stop from sixty miles per hour in 120 feet.
 
Whether you go the sedan or minivan route, you are in good hands with the Chrysler brand and the Kendall Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram team. Check out theMiami Chrysler scene and discover the intersection where Drive meets Love.