Chrysler 200 vs. Dodge Avenger Vehicle Comparison

When you drive your car, do you imagine a better one? When you hit the open road, do you picture yourself in a brand new car? You can make those dreams a reality, but where do you start? By comparing the newest models to see which one accommodates you and meets the needs of your family. Here are a few comparisons between the 2014 Chrysler 200 and the 2014 Dodge Avenger. See which one fulfills your checklist.

Comfort Factor

Both the Chrysler and the Dodge offer a good amount of leg and head room, in fact, they are almost identical. They both seat up to five comfortably and they will both take up the same amount of space in your garage or car port. So which one is better? Because they are both almost identical, it's hard to go wrong if you're shopping for space, storage, and overall comfort. It really depends on your style!

Interior

The 200 features an eight-way power control driver's seat so you can find the perfect combination of leg room and recline. It also offers a power sunroof as an extra vent and extra fun on every adventure. Leather-trimmed bucket seats will keep both you and your passengers comfortable and relaxed on long trips. The Avenger has beverage holders in both the front and the back and offers a moon roof.

MPG

You'll go farther, longer in either the Chrysler or the Avenger. They both give you 19 to 21 miles on city roads and 29 to 31 on the highway. Anywhere you choose to go, you'll make about the same number of stops for gas in both cars. So if you're shopping for convenience, you really can't go wrong especially if you take long trips.

Power and Performance

The Chrysler and the Avenger may tie on a few things, but power and performance isn't one of them. The 2014 Chrysler 200 features a 283-horsepower, V6 engine full of power and torque. The 2014 Dodge Avenger offers 173-horsepower and a four-cylinder engine. They do have the same turning radius so it is an equal match when it comes to getting in and out of small spaces. But if you're looking more torque, it'll be hard to find any better than the 200.

MSRP

Cost can be a deal breaker with any car, and the biggest factor usually comes from the MSRP, or the suggested retail price. The Chrysler 200 is recommended to sell around $21,422 up to $24,574. The Avenger is suggested to sell for $20,214 up to $24,586. While the Chrysler is a little pricier, you have to keep in mind all of the features and horsepower that come with it.

Safety

Safety ratings are another important thing to research. The 2014 Chrysler 200 earned a solid four out of five stars for overall safety. It was also awarded three stars for both the side crash and front crash safety. The 2014 Dodge Avenger tied with the Chrysler, earning it four out of five stars in the overall safety. It also received four stars for both the side and front crash tests.

Your car is your home away from home. Don't skimp out on the things that you really want and would enjoy. The Avenger may have slightly better safety ratings, but it can't beat out the Chrysler's style, features, and performance. Test drive a Dodge or Chrysler model at Allen Mello today!



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