The Chrysler 200 mid-sized sedan is one of 10 vehicles on the Consumer Reports least reliable cars of 2016 list, calling it a mediocre car with the lowest overall road test score in its class. The Chrysler 200 also received the worst score in the magazine’s Predicted Reliability Rating.
Some of the top complaints are the transmission, rough shifting and the drive system, but overall the vehicle was described as being clumsy and rough.
It would be no surprise that the Chrysler 200 has transmission problems, particularly slipping or locking up. More than 100 owners of this vehicle have made complaints on CarComplaints.com about the transmission. Some were able to fix problems with repairs, but many others complain they needed a complete replacement of the transmission.
Consumers have complained about the check engine light coming on for various problems besides the transmission, loss of power complaints, faulty GPS, and more.
“In some cases, the transmission problems with this car are a serious safety threat,” said James Johnson, a lemon law and personal injury attorney. “Consumers are protected under California lemon laws when there are safety concerns with a vehicle.”
Lemon Law Help for Chrysler 200 Owners — 800-235-6801
Are you are the owner of a late-model Chrysler 200 that is still under warranty and are having problems or a safety concern? Have you made at least four attempts to get your vehicle repaired at an authorized repair facility for the same problems? Do you want the manufacturer to buy back your lemon? If this applies to you, give us a call now and speak with our qualified lemon law attorney.
Our California Lemon Law Firm can explain how this works and protect your legal rights in a free consultation at 800-235-6801. Johnson Attorneys Group has handled cases for unsatisfied Chrysler owners and we have extensive experience with lemon law.
There is no cost for you to speak with the attorney and if we represent you and get you a settlement or a buy back, the manufacturer will separately pay our attorney fees as required under lemon law statutes.