2011 Chrysler 300Chris S. - San Clemente, CA05/24/2016
This red car pictured, was actually my car. I loved this car, it was the 2nd Chrysler 300 limited I had. Actually when we took long road trips, it would get 30 MPG. I originally bought it, because it has the largest back seat of any car, being a realtor, I wanted my clients to be comfortable. Lot's of room , great to drive and just an all around great car. Only reason I sold it was to get a mini van for my 3 grandchildren's car seats. Highly recommend the 300.
2011 Chrysler 300Jamal Beles - Milwaikee, WI04/06/2017
Absolutely and already have
2011 Chrysler 300hoho - , 09/10/2013
so far, a very comfortable, quite car. it's been good on gas for a large car. Far better than the cad, srx I traded in.
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.
These days, car buyers who want an affordable luxury family sedan can choose from plenty of options. If you’re looking for a used car that emphasizes traditional luxury offerings in a big package, then you might want to consider a used Chrysler 300. But if you want a full-sized sedan with sportier intentions, then a used Chevrolet Impala could be your go-to choice. These two all-American car manufacturers have battled for market supremacy since the 1950s, and nearly seven decades later, they each still give shoppers options for a distinct taste of affordable mid-grade luxury—especially with the new 2016 Chrysler 300 and 2016 Chevrolet Impala.
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