Selling price: $20,141
Savings: 14.5% Chrysler has shown nothing but love for the car that replaced the reviled Sebring. The name change to 200 not only brought a semblance of respect back to the affordable convertible, but boosted sales. The 125,500 sold last year were not only a vast improvement over the 38,000 Sebrings sold in 2010, but the most the Sebring/200 line had sold since 2007. Though it's only been around since 2010, when no less than Eminem welcomed Detroit's newest addition into the world, the 200 is getting an update for 2014. What will it look like and what's going to change? It's a bit speculative at this point, but those who love the current iteration can get a deal for playing conservatively.