The Chrysler 300 C Varvatos Model is an elegantly appointed, comfortable sedan with above average horsepower and excellent torque when in "sport mode". The Beats stereo package is above average and is on par with more expensive after market stereos. The seats and most of the trim is leather including the dashboard.. The panoramic sun-roof is awesome. I've had the summer to test it and it's spectacular. The Varvatos extra's include special platinum trim on the front racing grille as well as side mirrors and trunk log. It truly stands out in the crowd. As well, the paint is tri-cor back. When in the sun it is an awesome look. Good size trunk holds 2 large suitcases and 3 small. Good gas mileage for a bigger car. (18-19 city, 23-24 Hwy)
ok, so we bought the Chrysler 300 touring signature series, this car is gorgeous inside and out, it has the navigation, which could be better if it was a touch screen, too much effort is needed to input addresses, premium audio, sounds awesome! The only complaints for me...The fuel mileage runs 17 mpg to 20 mpg, city, highway. its the 3.5 H.O. v-6, if I would have known, I would have bought the Hemi, much more power, and the same fuel ratings! I am dissappointed in the take off power, but like I said I had thought, I would save in fuel, but thats not the case, it performs OK, nothing to brag about, it handles quite well, except when raining, its terrible stopping, the car will skid or lock up if you need to stop fast, overall, I love the car, just slightly disappointed in the few items I mentioned above, I am a former Mercedes owner, so I suppose my standards are higher. The space in the interior is excellent, I am 6 foot tall and my head doesnt come near the roof, when sitting in the rear seat, we have leather interior, and its very comfortable, the trunk space is fantastic, with the entire back seat able to fold down, you will be able to haul many items. I am picky with vehicles, and usually buy because of style and power, this purchase was all for style.
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.