2006 Chrysler 300 C SRTAlvin beard - Goodyear, AZ05/16/2015
Had car six mnths and nothing but trouble always breaking down. Wish i could take it back trade in for another one.
2008 Chrysler 300 C SRTbobmac1 - Boston MA01/04/2011
I previously owned the 2006 model and traded it for the 08. There was a big upgrade in two years, mostly electronics, but after owning it for a minute they did a lot with the engine too. I bought the predator and changed the stock computer tune. I raised the shift points and rear axle ratio to suit the type of driving I'm doing and adjust for the tire size. I added the K&N CAI and probably pushing 430-450 HP. This car will get you from point A to point B in a hurry. THe 5 speed slap shift is probably the best tranny I've ever owned in a car and I'm 53 y.o. so I've had my share of vehicles. The 5 speed is awesome, I down shifted at 140 mph and it went into 4th gear. If you're concerned about the price of gas this car is not for you. I avg. around 16 mpg street or city, no diff really. The car has a performance setting that let's you time your 1/4 miles and stop distances, which is fun. My goodness, how can anyone compare a VW Passat to this machine, give me a break. If you have the chance GET ONE, you'll thank yourself.
My 2005 was Even Better
2013 Chrysler 300 C SRTmare sparks - louisville, IN11/29/2015
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