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Customer Review Summary for Chrysler 300
This car was actually mine
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.
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.
i guess it was a pretty good price considering i had to put money into it after i drove it away!
2006 Chrysler 300Joseph - Hayward, CA09/29/2014
Well Because after I took it into the dealership and had everything done that was already suppose to be done it became a great car. When I bought the it needed breaks, a tune up, and I had a nail in the front tire. All in which they told me they had done before I bought it. It was a lie but luckily I had it done shortly after! $1000 later it became a wonderful car!
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