The Chrysler 200 is a midsize car available in two-door convertible and four-door sedan body styles. A redesigned replacement for the Sebring model, the 200 adopted a new name aligned with what Chrysler expected at the time would become a three-car lineup including 100, 200, and 300 models. That plan never materialized. The first-generation 200 models were on sale from 2011 to 2014. Chrysler discontinued the four-passenger convertible when a redesigned second-generation Chrysler 200 sedan arrived as a significantly improved vehicle for the 2015 model year. But, with Americans continuing to shift their preferences to trucks and SUVs, it proved short-lived. Chrysler discontinued the 200 sedan after the 2017 model year.