4. Chrysler 200
When Chrysler first unveiled the 200 it was little more than a rebadged Chrysler Sebring, a car that was already a little long in the tooth. For the 2015 model Year, the automaker decided it was time to move the 200 slightly up-market, and it did so with a massive redesign that made the model unrecognizable when compared to its previous generation.
Powering the 2015 200 is a standard, 2.4-liter, MultiAir2 engine that produces 184 horsepower and 173 pound-feet of torque. The optional engine is a 3.6-liter, Pentastar V-6 that muscles out 295 horses and 262 pound-feet of torque. Doing the cog swapping is a new nine-speed auto transmission that allows the four-cylinder 200 to deliver an impressive 35 mpg.