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The midsize sedan class is the largest volume, most competitive car class in the U.S. market and it is easy to fall behind leaders like Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. And though the Chrysler 200 was just redesigned in 2015 to positive reviews, it’s remains behind most of its rivals and will only fall farther behind in the years to come. Like many of its competitors, the 200 now uses a four-cylinder engine, but it lacks refinement and powered compared to others found in the class. Overall, the American midsize sedan isn’t a bad car, but it is behind its competition and falling fast.