Chrysler has taken the wraps off their 2016 lineup.
Starting with the Chrysler 300, the Limited variant gains a revised suspension which promises to offer improved handling. The sporty Chrysler 300S goes one step further as it gains a new performance-tuned suspension with increased spring rates, larger sway bars and new bushings. The 300S also gains a sport-tuned steering system and Goodyear Eagle F-1 three-season tires.
There's also a new Chrysler 300 90th Anniversary Edition which is based on the 300 Limited and features an assortment of additional equipment including a dual-pane sunroof, a HomeLink universal transceiver and a UConnect 8.4N infotainment system with GPS navigation. The model also has special floor mats and an infotainment system startup splash screen with a 90th Anniversary Edition logo.
The Chrysler 200 largely carries over but there's a number of minor changes including firmer front seats, a standard rearview camera (on Limited and S models) and a standard heated steering wheel on the 200C. The 200 Limited will also be available with the company's 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine for the first time.
The 200 also gains a 90th Anniversary Edition which is based on the 200 Limited and features a sunroof, special floor mats and an 8.4-inch Unconnect infotainment system with UConnect Access and SiriusXM Radio. The model also comes standard with the Convenience Group which adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a power driver's seat and body-color exterior mirrors - among other things.
The current Chrysler Town & Country enters its final model year with a new 90th Anniversary Edition which is based on the Touring-L variant and features bright door handles, a sunroof and special floor mats. The model also has a heated steering wheel, heated first- and second-row seats as well as a Keyless Enter ‘n Go system.