2013 Chrysler 300Randolph Buford - Ripley, TN01/11/2016
This car has all the options as any Mercedes, Audi or BMW. Nice leather interior. Nice touch screen displace with heated seats, front and back moon roof. Auto start with sound system. The car does come in either V-6 or V-8 versions. If you are into horse power then the V-8 is the way to go however don't sleep on the V-6. The only reason I didn't give it five stars I have notice some squeaks every now then so build quality is not quite what it needs to be but it will do overall. I would recommend this car.
Old American Luxury Reborn
2014 Chrysler 300Jeff - Tomball, TX11/18/2014
If you want American-made luxury with a big V-8 and rear wheel drive, this is your choice. It's your only choice, in fact.
A good solid car, you can see the influence which the Daimler-Benz ownership had on Chrysler's QC and design. The ride quality is quite good and the interior fit and finish are light-years beyond older Chrysler products. The only niggle I have with it is the bezels around the nav screen and under the wood insets; they should be chrome like the rest of the bezels in the car, rather than dull plastic.
Fits four adults very comfortably. When I say "adults," I mean American-sized adults. This is a big car and truly full-sized, not "7/8-ths sized" like many imports.
Great size and luxury for the money
2016 Chrysler 300Larry Livigni - North Las Vegas NV, NV04/13/2017
I have owned 3 Chrysler 300's A 2006, a 2012 and now a 2016.The Chrysler 300 is the package. It has beautiful lines, looks and feels full size, and the PenStar V6 delivers V8 power. The interior is laid out nicely with a good assortment of options. If you like more toys, make sure to get the 300c. This big car with a smooth ride delivers over 30 MPG on the open road (V6). There is no doubt that a person could spend more, but for the money, this is hands down the best luxury car a person can own.
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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