I second the Sakura Zero S. I think there running at $140 off ebay new. I might be a little off here. Had I known about this chassis before I bought my used TC5R I would have spent the little extra cash for a new never biult chassis but I have the TC5R. If you search you can find a used TC5R with extra parts for just under $175 depending on how much extra parts the seller has. This does not include any of the electrics, body, wheels/tires, battery or charger. BTW, if you decide to buy an older chassis like a TC3 or TC4 check your local hobby shop for parts availability as those 2 chassis' are now on the down fall since the new release of the TC6. This is just an example.
If $200 is all you have to spend and you don't have anything else, you are going to have a hard time getting the chassis up and running. If $200 limit is just for the chassis with money available for the rest cool.
Here is some other information on a charger and batteries to help out.
Thunder AC-6 from hobbypartz.com is a great charger. I know many people who own this charger including myself and everyone loves it. It can charge all kinds of batteries on the proper settings including LiPo 1s-6s packs. It will charge a fully drained 2s 20c 5000mah pack at about an hour. This charger is "the best bang for the buck" charger out there IMO at just under $60 shipped to your door.
Now to be fully honest about batteries, you get what you pay for literally. I was told to not skimp on batteries years ago and I never paid attention to that advice. I currently use SPC 2s 20c 5000 hard case packs ($55 a pack shipped), I borrowed a friends Gens Ace 2s 40c 5000mah hard case pack ($90 at my hobby shop) and my car felt like it had a turbo charger installed! To get yourself started buy 1 battery at the $50 or cheaper price then save up $200-$250 and buy 2 of the best batteries you can.
Associated TC3 VTA & TC6 USGT