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.
Pros: Comfort, functions, road manners, technology, mileage, styling. I have owned two Chrysler 300's. My first was a 2006 Touring edition. I just bought is 2016 300s with the 3.6 liter V-6. Don't let the six-cylinder put you off. The variable valve timing coupled with a 6-speed transmission make the 300-plus horsepower engine really move. The shift points are smooth as glass and you don't even notice moving up through the gears. When you ask this car to move it responds quickly and confidently. Easing around town or moving through interstate traffic poses no problem for this car. Mileage is better then most cars at this weight and size.
The car is very spacious inside. I initially wanted a Mercedes or a Lexus but I did not like how small the interior was. I am used to a spacious vehicle, as I was driving an f-150 before. After test driving this car I was in love! I got the panoramic sunroof, black interior, and white extirior. It is perfect for me. I love the leather seats and the big touch screen that it comes with. The only thing I don't care for is the fact that It does not have a CD player, it was not a deal breaker for me because Bluetooth is always an alternative. The car rides smooth and gives great gas mileage. In addition, you feel super safe considering it's a bigger sedan. Over all, I am more than satisfied with my vehicle.