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.
2014 Chrysler 300Paul Stolarski - Aurora, CO10/13/2016
After owning over 35 cars in my lifetime, this is "the best" all season vehicle I have ever owned. With the Hemi engine (which I had tweaked w/434bhp) and AWD it can be driven in any kind of weather but like a sports car or Bentley. Standard with every option you can think of it's a fantastic purchase. I would take this car over any SUV which I have owned many. I get nearly 30 mpg on trips w/four cylinder deactivation, fantastic!!
This car was actually mine
2011 Chrysler 300Chris S. - San Clemente, CA05/24/2016
This red car pictured, was actually my car. I loved this car, it was the 2nd Chrysler 300 limited I had. Actually when we took long road trips, it would get 30 MPG. I originally bought it, because it has the largest back seat of any car, being a realtor, I wanted my clients to be comfortable. Lot's of room , great to drive and just an all around great car. Only reason I sold it was to get a mini van for my 3 grandchildren's car seats. Highly recommend the 300.
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