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.
Luxury car without the luxury pricetag
2014 Chrysler 300Neil Levey - Menomonee Falls, WI06/03/2017
Decent gas mileage for a 6 cyl
Very good sound system
Trans has issues shifting, seems to hang a bit out of 1st and 2nd
Parking needs to be SURE you are in park as it is like a digital shifter and not a traditional stick.
gas mileage advertised is 30 mpg highway and the best I have seen is 23-24, but it could need a tune up, but combined sticks to around 20-21
Remote start isn't as responsive as I'd like, you almost need to be in line of site.
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.
Chrysler has been making distinctive cars for close to a hundred years now. They’re cleverly-designed vehicles, built for luxury and power—and the Chrysler 300 is the latest in the line of such cars. The 300 is popular with CarMax customers because its comes in lots of variations—all of them eye-catching, and all offering the latest technological goodies.
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