We knew mid-cycle refreshes were coming for some models in Chrysler’s product line, but we didn’t expect to hear about most of them in one day. Today, Chrysler released information on the updated Chrysler Town and Country and Jeep Patriot, as well as the Chrysler 200 — the replacement for the aging Sebring sedan.
Updates varied among the models, ranging from a simple nip-tuck (Patriot), to a styling and powertrain upgrade (T&C), to a brand-new model (200). Today’s news gave us a clearer picture of the new Chrysler logo, as well as the exterior teaser photos of the highly anticipated 200 sedan.
We hear that there are other model refreshes to come, including the respective models’ twins, and we hope they come in due time. The reflash given to the Jeep Wrangler‘s interior, and the addition of body-colored roofs, is an update we can get behind.
But which model needs a refresh the most? Did Chrysler do a good job in unveiling these three first, or is there another current product that could benefit from a full refresh?
Today’s Snap Judgment:
Which Chrysler product is in dire need of a refresh?
Let us know what you think in the comments section below.