Handling, transmission, driving position, braking, optional radio controls, reliability.
The 200 is an outdated and outclassed design that is uncompetitive among family sedans. On the plus side, the ride is compliant and the optional V6 is strong and smooth. The noisy and unrefined 173-hp four-cylinder gets only 21 mpg overall, the same as the 283-hp V6. The six-speed automatic doesn't shift particularly smoothly or quickly. Though the soft suspension provides decent isolation, it also allows frequent body motions, and handling lacks agility but is secure. The interior is nice and most controls are straightforward. Reliability has dropped to below average.