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.
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.
The best car I've owned out of 50
2012 Chrysler 300Larry Chandler - Boca Raton, FL01/30/2016
Rear wheel drive, big, smooth, best radio and gadget controls I've ever see, best ride, decent milage, loads of power from a V-6, good handling as to steering and braking, ingenuous has filler system, excellent interior lighting protocol, pretty good styling-- especially from the front. I can't find a flaw or even recommend an improvement other than I wish it had perforated ventilated seats.
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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