Chrysler 200 sedan staying home, only convertible going to Europe
Why is the sedan stuck stateside? Fiat executives find it too costly to add a diesel option, and feel the 200 sedan won't sell well without an oil-burning powerplant under the hood. The convertible, however, is viewed as an attractive offering (in a manner of speaking) despite the gas-only powerplant.
Good news, American business travelers – you can now rent yourself a droptop Sebring 2.0 while jet-setting in Europe, too.
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