2012 Chrysler 300Larry Chandler - Boca Raton, FL01/30/2016
Rear wheel drive, big, smooth, best radio and gadget controls I've ever see, best ride, decent milage, loads of power from a V-6, good handling as to steering and braking, ingenuous has filler system, excellent interior lighting protocol, pretty good styling-- especially from the front. I can't find a flaw or even recommend an improvement other than I wish it had perforated ventilated seats.
Oh Boy What A Ride
2010 Chrysler 300Me Mr. Miyagi Sushi & Sake - Nashville, Tn05/03/2012
The BMW I wanted was gone so I test drove The 300 and fell in love. I am 6ft 4 and car has pleanty of room and some to spare. I let the drivers seat all the way back and can fit an average size adult easy in the back seat. Huge truck. Drive good handle well. Nice sound system come with the car. I got the v 6 3.5 liter so it runs on 89 octane gas but it make the car get up and go when I need the Power. Over all before you spend all the money on a Benz BMW AUDI take a look at The 300 you just might change your mind.
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.
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