2016 Chrysler 300Hal Cross - Rock Hill, SC10/03/2017
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.
2013 Chrysler 300Raymond - Indio, CA04/27/2015
This is my 1st Chrysler, I purchased it for my wife and I must say that it is a beautiful car and way more than I expected! The ride is great, everything from the heated/vented seats to the touchscreen navigation has been great. I would definitely buy another 300 and look into other Chrysler's.
Awesome luxury car at affordable price!!
2015 Chrysler 300Denissee Salazar - Buckeye, AZ05/17/2017
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.
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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