how does the chrysler 200 handle in the snow

Can the new 200 get you through the winter?

How does the Chrysler 200 handle in snow?

It would be an understatement to say we’ve seen a lot of interest in the new 2015 Chrysler 200 here at Palmen Motors. They’ve been a great part of our lineup this year, and we really stand by all the comfort, capability, and durability that this new model has to offer. One question we tend to get a lot, though, being a Wisconsin dealership with customers throughout the surrounding area, is “How does the Chrysler 200 handle in snow?” Since the model was released during the warmer months, we haven’t had a chance to show our customers in person, so we’ll tell you the same thing we told them: It’s going to be a great winter car. 

How do we know? Well, there are a number of factors that make us confident that the new 2015 Chrysler 200 will perform well during the snow-covered mornings, afternoons, and evenings we’ll undoubtedly experience this upcoming winter.

Let’s start with the big one that everyone thinks about up front: all-wheel drive. Yes, it is available on the 2015 Chrysler 200! It’s not always something you would know to ask about on a sedan, but this is one of the intrepid ones that offers the advanced drive type perfect for helping you get that grip you need on slippery surfaces.

Not only is AWD drive available on the Chrysler 200, but it’s the most advanced system of its kind in the 200’s class. This isn’t the type you engage and turn off when a situation arises — it’s always active and will actually engage and disengage automatically by detecting the conditions.

Then there’s the four-channel electronic stability control, which helps you stay safe and in control of your vehicle in any number of adverse circumstances.

Want to come in and test drive the new 2015 Chrysler 200 here at Palmen Motors? We haven’t even shown you the interior yet (you’ll love it)! Call or stop by today!