2010 Chrysler 300sweetpea - Dallas, Texas03/09/2011
I fell in love with this car as soon as I sat in it. I enjoy driving in it everyday. I have a fairly long commute to work and enjoy every minute of it in this car.
good car overall, will recommend
2010 Chrysler 300flatmad - San Diego11/18/2011
Good things about 300
-good MPG while having some performance burst, but not that much, enough for me tho
-Rear wheel drive
-Good passenger and driver seating space and cargo
Bad things about 300
-interior design is not very good looking
-stock tires are narrow, prolly for cost and MPG sake
-Beware of the little bump on the front driver and passenger seating area on the floor, Chrysler claims that this is as designed and considered to be normal.
overall still a good car, I have owned 2 for past 3 years in a row, it was not easy for me to see them go..
2010 Chrysler 300cougar - alabama01/09/2012
I am enjoying my 2010 Chrysler 300...it's a very attractive car and it drives good. I am accustomed to driving a SUV so it's an adjustment now that I'm in a sedan, however it's a good adjustment!! I love this car and would certainly recommend it as a luxury car or just an everyday vehicle. It's versatile and can be used for whatever you need it to be---it's a pretty nice ride!!
Chrysler has been making distinctive cars for close to a hundred years now. They’re cleverly-designed vehicles, built for luxury and power—and the Chrysler 300 is the latest in the line of such cars. The 300 is popular with CarMax customers because its comes in lots of variations—all of them eye-catching, and all offering the latest technological goodies.
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