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Last year, the Sebring became the 200 and received a major upgrading and freshening. Quieter and better to drive than before, the 200 still isn’t at the head of the ultra-competitive mid-size sedan segment. The V-6 is a compelling choice, but the four is adequate and returns superior fuel economy.
Redesigned last year, the big 300 sedan marches into 2012 with a new, more powerful offering—the 470-hp SRT8— and an eight-speed transmission for V-6 models. The last bastion of the full-size rear-drive (or AWD) American sedan, the 300 is comfortable, refined, and stylish.
Massively improved last year, the Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan drive with more precision, have better interiors, and are still hugely practical. The Chrysler took second place in our most recent minivan comparison. Minivans might be bland, but they come in very handy when you need one.