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2011 Chrysler 300G Monney - Tampa, FL09/03/2016
Very upscale feel and love new design. This car has everything. I have safety tech package with blind spot warning and front crash assistance and automatic cruise control, just set the speed and car follows car in front of you. The car brakes and accelerates and allows to set distance.I have the awd model and love it.When it rains the car automatically senses the rain and puts it in awd otherwise it's in RWD to improve mpg.I use slap stick for manual shifting and love that the car automatically goes into AWD when you manual shift.I visited family in michigan one winter and wow did the AWD really work.I felt secure and safe even with all the snow and ice. The interior is layed out perfectly and the big screen display controls the whole car.
Do not under estimate this great car
2016 Chrysler 300Hal Cross - Rock Hill, SC10/03/2017
Pros: Comfort, functions, road manners, technology, mileage, styling. I have owned two Chrysler 300's. My first was a 2006 Touring edition. I just bought is 2016 300s with the 3.6 liter V-6. Don't let the six-cylinder put you off. The variable valve timing coupled with a 6-speed transmission make the 300-plus horsepower engine really move. The shift points are smooth as glass and you don't even notice moving up through the gears. When you ask this car to move it responds quickly and confidently. Easing around town or moving through interstate traffic poses no problem for this car. Mileage is better then most cars at this weight and size.
Luxury car without the luxury pricetag
2014 Chrysler 300Neil Levey - Menomonee Falls, WI06/03/2017
Decent gas mileage for a 6 cyl
Very good sound system
Trans has issues shifting, seems to hang a bit out of 1st and 2nd
Parking needs to be SURE you are in park as it is like a digital shifter and not a traditional stick.
gas mileage advertised is 30 mpg highway and the best I have seen is 23-24, but it could need a tune up, but combined sticks to around 20-21
Remote start isn't as responsive as I'd like, you almost need to be in line of site.
Chrysler 300 Overview
If you're looking for a roomy family sedan that looks and feels like a high-performance luxury car, you'll find it in recent models of the Chrysler 300 sedan. Comfortable, powerful, and quiet to boot, the Chrysler 300 offers a lot of flexibility and control. The rear-wheel drive layout differentiates this vehicle from competing family sedans. The vehicle stands above rivals like the Dodge Charger by offering competitive comfort for its class.
Chrysler 300 History
The first Chrysler 300 was designed to be a modernization of the Chrysler C-300, in both station wagon and sedan versions of the vehicle. In the 2011 redesign, the stylistic car retains much of its shape, but has been upgraded to include a more durable body and wheels. The interior upgrades include a new instrument panel and touchscreen with an updated steering wheel and console. The 300 received a mid-generational refresh in 2011 which introduced a new transmission and redesigned front-end.
The technical update and newly integrated data connection can assist drivers in case of emergency, but the price hasn't changed much.
How It Drives
As a near-luxury vehicle, the Chrysler 300 is a comfortable highway cruiser with smooth driving and quiet cabin. It's clear that prioritizing the driver and the interior space was Chrysler's priority for innovation. The vehicle is best as a spacious family sedan that has more style than its peers.
Used Chrysler 300 Value
The Chrysler 300 costs several thousand dollars more than a Ford Taurus and a Chevrolet Impala, yet less than a Toyota Avalon or a Hyundai Azera. For its price tag, the Chrysler 300 comes packed with features - even the most basic models include touchscreen entertainment, heated front seats and leather upholstery. Rear-wheel drive is additionally impossible to find for family sedans. Its larger frame creates a space that prioritizes comfort and roominess - mainstays and differentiating factors in the full-size sedan line of vehicles. The Chrysler 300 should be considered by customers seeking maneuverability and passenger comfort.
Chrysler 300 Standard Features
Each 4-door, 5-passenger Chrysler 300 is available with rear wheel or all-wheel drive in addition to the 3.6L V6 engine. All Chrysler 300s come equipped with the 8.4-inch touch-screen display for information and entertainment. All models also come with dual-zone climate control, keyless entry, dash-mounted analog clock, and bluetooth streaming. Higher trims come with rearview camera, dual-pane panoramic sunroof, leather interior, heated and cooled front seats, navigation, and power-operated sunshade.
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