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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened new investigations concerning the Chrysler 200 and Ford Explorer. All of the vehicles in question are from the 2011 model year, with 87,000 200s and 83,000 Explorers being investigated.

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Sebring Replacement Gets A Seat At The Big Kids Table – Barely

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Auto critic Scott Burgess has reportedly resigned his post at The Detroit News effective immediately. The well-respected scribe gave no reason for his sudden departure from the paper, but Jalopnik is citing unnamed sources who claim the writer's departure was spurred on by the unthinkable; a review that was neutered to appease an unnamed advertiser that wasn't Chrysler.

Chrysler is kicking up its "Imported From Detroit" marketing campaign with a new logo featuring the Detroit Fist – a downtown monument to Joe Louis – surrounded by the Chrysler wings.

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The average age of those who buy new Chryslers? Sixty-two. That's not good for a brand that's looking to expand into new markets and thereby increase sales. Invariably, such a strategy means younger buyers will need to be lured into the showroom.

2011 Chrysler 200 configurator – click above to build your own

Sebring Successor Goes A Long Way to Address Old Ails

2011 Chrysler 200 – Click above for high-res image gallery

2011 Chrysler 200 – Click above for high-res image gallery

New Chrysler 200 sedan teaser images – Click above for high-res image gallery

2011 Chrysler 200 teaser images – Click above for high-res image gallery