Chrysler (United States)

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Chrysler refers to automobiles sold in the United States and produced by FCA US LLC under the Chrysler brand. This article is a comparison of the environmental impact of Chrysler automobiles. This information does not include upstream emissions from fuel or electricity production, which may be significant. Chrysler vehicles, for the 2017 model year, have tailpipe CO2 emissions that range from 309 to 466 grams per mile. The lowest tailpipe CO2 emissions per mile are from a configuration of the Chrysler 200 and the highest emissions are from a configuration of the Chrysler 300. Fuel economy and emissions data is from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory.[1]

2017 Model Year[edit]

Fuel economy and tailpipe CO2 emissions
Model Disp. Cyl. Transm. Drive Fuel Class City MPG Hwy. MPG Comb. MPG Comb. CO2
(grams/mile)
200 2.4 4 Auto-9 2WD Ethanol/Gas midsize car 17/23 26/36 20/27 309/323
200 2.4 4 Auto-9 2WD Gasoline midsize car 23 36 27 323
200 3.6 6 Auto-9 2WD Ethanol/Gas midsize car 14/19 23/31 17/23 370/388
200 3.6 6 Auto-9 4WD Ethanol/Gas midsize car 14/18 21/28 16/22 381/405
300 3.6 6 Auto-8 2WD Gasoline large car 19 30 23 389
300 3.6 6 Auto-8 4WD Gasoline large car 18 27 21 415
300 5.7 8 Auto-8 2WD Gasoline large car 16 25 19 466
Pacifica 3.6 6 Auto-9 2WD Gasoline minivan 18 28 22 416

References[edit]

  1. Model Year 2017 Green Vehicle Guide - TXT Datafile. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Web. 6 Dec. 2016.