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Chrysler roars back with all-new 200
Chrysler roars back with all-new 200

It's been a long time since Chrysler has built a car worth smiling about. But on a recent visit to Los Angeles, Chrysler CEO Al Gardner couldn't stop grinning as he leaned against his company's all-new 200 sedan. After a week of testing several versions of the car, which starts at $22,695, it's clear the 50-year-old Brit has a lot to smile about. "It's fantastic," Gardner said of releasing the 2015 model after years of building sub-par cars. "We're finally getting to do what we've always wanted to do." Chrysler would have liked to build a competitive sedan that could rival the likes of the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, Ford Fusion...