Gas mileage: 18 mpg/29 mpg/22 mpg
Replacing Sebring in Chrysler's lineup, the front-wheel-drive 200 Touring Convertible still represents solid value. It's not a giant leap forward from Sebring, but the 200 does have a more refined interior and improved suspension over the car it replaces.
The entry-level Touring Convertible uses a combination of a 173-horsepower, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine and six-speed driver-shiftable automatic transmission for its get-up-and-go. It seats up to four and has a power-operated cloth top.
Rear legroom is 33.5 inches with a 13.1 cubic-foot trunk -- both of these measurements top our list of competitors.
Standard features include full power accessories, heated outboard mirrors, four air bags, cruise control, climate control, trip computer, six-way power-operated front seats, leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel with redundant audio controls, and a six-speaker audio system with CD player and auxiliary input jack.