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About the 2016 Chrysler 300

Vehicle Summary

When you want a domestic vehicle that has all the luxury bells and whistles of imported luxury vehicles, the 2016 Chrysler 300 provides a strong option to consider. A full-size luxury sedan, the 300 has all the refined touches you'd expect in a luxury vehicle while still providing plenty of room for the whole family to spread out, whether it's for just a short drive or a long road trip.

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Q: Does the 2016 Chrysler 300 get good fuel efficiency?

A: For a full-size car, the 2016 Chrysler 300 receives relatively good to fair fuel efficiently, partially due to the eight-speed automatic transmission reducing engine revving between gears. It's available in two powerful engines, the standard 3.6L Pentastar® V6 in front-wheel drive receiving an EPA estimate of 19 mpg city, 30 mpg highway and 28 mpg combined, while the optional 5.7L HEMI® V8 receiving an EPA estimate of 16 mpg city, 25 mpg highway and 23 mpg combined.1

Q: How many people can the 2016 Chrysler 300 seat?

A: As with many full-size sedans, the 2016 Chrysler 300 comes with two front power-adjustable bucket seats, heated with leather upholstery, standard 60/40 split-fold rear seat, with available heated rear seat, available ventilated front seats and available premium Nappa leather upholstery and trimming.

Q: Is the 2016 Chrysler 300 available as a flex-fuel vehicle?

A: Yes, the 2016 Chrysler 300 is available in a flex-fuel vehicle in the 3.6L V6 engine. The rear-wheel drive version receives an EPA estimate of 19 mpg city, 30 mpg highway and 28 mpg combined when using gasoline and 14 mpg city, 22 mpg highway and 20 mpg combined when using E-85.1 By comparison, the all-wheel drive version receives an EPA estimate of 18 mpg city, 27 mpg highway and 25 mpg combined when using gasoline and 13 mpg city, 20 mpg highway and 18 mpg combined when using E-85.1

Q: What are some popular features on the 2016 Chrysler 300?

A: There are a wide range of standard and available features on the 2016 Chrysler 300. Standard features include power heated front seats, bright, black and platinum chrome accents, acoustic windshield and front glass, Solar-Control front and rear windows, Uconnect® infotainment system with SiriusXM® satellite radio, integrated voice command and driver assistance features.2 Available features include adaptive cruise control with stop, remote start, parking assistance, Wi-Fi hotspot and rain-sensing windshield wipers.3, 4

Q: Is the 2016 Chrysler 300 considered to be a luxury car?

A: The 2016 Chrysler 300 is part of the full-size luxury sedan class, and the list of elegant standard and available features leave no doubt about this fact. Available with Nappa leather heated and ventilated seats, a premium connectivity package, real wood interior accents, Harman Kardon® GreenEdge speakers and amplifier, touring suspension, various shades of chrome accents, leather-wrapped steering wheel, Berber floor mats and memory steering column scream that you've arrived in style.

1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See

2Activation with subscription required.

3Remote start functionality may require the purchase of a subscription plan and/or a compatible device like a smartphone. See the owner’s manual or manufacturer website for more information.

4Wi-Fi hotspots require a data plan to activate and may also require a compatible device. See the owner’s manual or manufacturer website for more information.

Generation Overview

Significantly redesigned and released as a four-door sedan, the second generation of the Chrysler 300 started with the 2011 model year, which featured revised sheet metal design, slimmer roof pillars, a stronger raking angle on the windshield, a horizontally-slatted front grille with new Chrysler wing emblem, available dual-pane panoramic sunroof, bi-xenon projector headlamps, LED daytime running lights and a new LED tail light design. It was initially released in four trim levels, with the SRT version being unveiled at the 2011 New York International Auto Show. Special editions in this generation included the Mopar '12, 300S Glacier, 300 Motown, John Varvatos, 300S Alloy and 300S Sport Appearance editions. A 2015 model year facelift included available adaptive cruise control with stop, a range of driver assistance features, restyled front and rear fascia, a new black and silver mesh chrome grille and a seven-inch customizable driver information display.

Safety Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration's independent crash tests help you make informed decisions about vehicle safety. NHTSA's 5-Star Safety Ratings give consumers insights into how vehicles perform in crash tests, with more stars equaling higher safety ratings. Here are the ratings for the 2016 Chrysler 300. Certain vehicles may have unrepaired safety recalls. Visit to look up a specific vehicle.

NHTSA Overall Rating
Frontal Barrier Crash Rating Test: A head-on collision between two similar vehicles traveling at 35 mph.
Front Driver Side
Front Passenger Side
Side Barrier Crash Rating Test: A vehicle standing in an intersection sustains driver side impact from a vehicle moving at 38.5 mph.
Rear Passenger
Side Pole Crash Rating Test: A vehicle slides sideways at 20 mph and impacts a tree or telephone pole.
Combined Side Barrier and Pole Crash Ratings: Test data is combined to indicate overall safety by passenger location.
Front Seat
Back Seat
Rollover Resistance Test: A single vehicle moving at 55 mph loses control on a curve, leaves the road, and rolls over.
Rollover Rating
Dynamic Test Result
No Tip
Risk of Rollover

Reviews for 2016 Chrysler 300

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5 (9 reviews)

Excellent for vacations, roomy.

Loaded, roomy. Looks great . Alot of car for the price.


  • Power: Plenty of power even when loaded down for vacation.
  • Cargo Space: Huge trunk.
  • Weather Versatility: All wheel drive for winter is awsome.


  • Seat Comfort: If you can get one with the S seats they have more padding, base model seat could use a little more support.
  • Visibility: I realize the windows are shorter for styling but if they were a couple of inches taller it would be nice.

- Bryon Simpson, 2016 Chrysler 300

Best choice

The features you get rival those of a higher end luxury cars and an a fraction of the cost


  • Ride and Handling: Very smooth. The engineering is too notch.
  • Dashboard: The Ability to read is very easy and the color scheme help tremendously.
  • Fuel Economy: I can drive all day and barely burn a quarter of a tank. Never had a car with this kind of gas mileage.


  • Cabin Noise: It’s not bad, but the panoramic sunroof makes a bit of noise.
  • Braking: I wish the brakes were a bit higher end.
  • Power: A bit more torque would help in certain driving situations.

- Bradley Bruce, 2016 Chrysler 300

The American sedan

Great features and tremendous luxury. Engine performance and mileage are super. The car rides beautifully and is whisper quiet. Handling is great. I can’t believe Chrysler may stop production after 2019; nothing else is as good a value.


  • Cabin Noise: Quiet
  • Dashboard: Screen for navigation is huge!
  • Styling: Just awesome looks


  • Seat Comfort:

- Mark D, 2016 Chrysler 300

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