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2017 Chrysler
300

$22,899* 26K miles
CarMax Brandywine
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
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Location: CarMax Brandywine in Brandywine, Maryland 20613
Description: Used 2017 Chrysler 300 S for sale - $22,899, 26,991 miles with Leather Seats, Rear View Camera, Navigation System, Front Seat Heaters, Satellite Radio Ready, Auxiliary Audio Input
Transmission: Automatic Color:Gray Interior Color: Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews) seem like very solid car

2013 Chrysler
300

$17,998* 79K miles
CarMax Lancaster
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
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Location: CarMax Lancaster in Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Description: Used 2013 Chrysler 300 S for sale - $17,998, 79,708 miles with 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, Rear View Camera, Navigation System, Front Seat Heaters, Panoramic Sunroof
Transmission: Automatic Color:Red Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.556 reviews) I barely had the car for a month and there is already a recall on the alternator. I had to spend a day away from work to get it "fixed" by a dealer ship and have to go back as soon as I get a notice about the recall part being available. I fear that this will lead to more problems throughout the next years with this car.

2012 Chrysler
300

$15,998* 80K miles
CarMax King of Prussia
Available in Philadelphia, PA
Available in Philadelphia, PA
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Location: CarMax King of Prussia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19406
Description: Used 2012 Chrysler 300 S for sale - $15,998, 80,554 miles with Auto Cruise Control, Leather Seats, Rear View Camera, Front Seat Heaters, Panoramic Sunroof, Satellite Radio Ready
Transmission: Automatic Color:Silver Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.548 reviews) I've owned MBZ, BMW, Ford, Chevy, Honda, & Nissan cars. This 300 is by far THE BEST car for the money. The standard features & usually options on other vehicles. I feel completely SAFEin this vehicle, maybe because of its size. This IS NOT a small whimpy car. I'm a 5'7 grandmother & the trunk is higher/taller than my waist. EVERYWHERE I go people not only look but often compliment me on this car.

2017 Chrysler
300

$20,998* 35K miles
CarMax King of Prussia
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
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Location: CarMax King of Prussia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19406
Description: Used 2017 Chrysler 300 S for sale - $20,998, 35,435 miles with Leather Seats, Rear View Camera, Navigation System, Front Seat Heaters, Satellite Radio Ready, Auxiliary Audio Input
Transmission: Automatic Color:Silver Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews)

2019 Chrysler
300

$28,998* 10K miles
CarMax Capital Boulevard
$99 Transfer to your store - NC to VA
$99 Transfer to your store - NC to VA
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Location: CarMax Capital Boulevard in Raleigh, North Carolina 27616
Description: Used 2019 Chrysler 300 S for sale - $28,998, 10,754 miles with Leather Seats, Alpine Sound System, Rear View Camera, Front Seat Heaters, Panoramic Sunroof, Satellite Radio Ready
Transmission: Automatic Color:White Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (0 reviews)

About The Chrysler 300 S

Vehicle Summary

The Chrysler 300S is one of the trim levels of the Chrysler 300, a large sedan. The 300S boasts all the benefits of the Chrysler 300, including available all-wheel drive and a spacious interior (the 2018 model has 41.8 inches of legroom in the front, 40.1 inches in the rear seat, and 16.3 cubic feet of cargo space).  

Many drivers chose the 300S because it has a more powerful engine than the Chrysler 300's other trims. The 300S comes standard with a 300-horsepower V6 engine (compared with a 292-horsepower V6 on the standard Chrysler 300) in all model years. An even stronger 363-horsepower V8 HEMI® engine is an available option on the Chrysler 300S across all years. All-wheel drive is an available option for the 300S with a V6 engine but is not available on the V8.  

In addition, the Chrysler 300S comes standard with luxury features like heated leather seats and six premium speakers in all model years. Overall, the Chrysler 300S is a good choice if you want a large, powerful sedan that has a luxurious feel.  

There were no changes to the Chrysler 300S between model years 2018 and 2019. In fact, the Chrysler 300S has remained relatively unchanged since the second generation of the Chrysler 300 was introduced in 2011. 

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Chrysler 300S Trim Configurations

The Chrysler 300S is just one trim configuration offered on the Chrysler 300. The 300S trim features two engine options: a 300-horsepower V6 engine or a 363-horsepower V8 HEMI® engine. Three optional body packages are offered on the Chrysler 300S for the 2019 model year. These are:  

  • 300S Alloy package - This package features 19-inch alloy wheels, black grille with dark bronze accents, Titanium-tipped exhaust, and upgraded floor mats.  
  • 300S Premium Group 2 package - This body package includes enhanced features like blind-spot monitoring, automatic headlights, and heated rear seats.  
  • Model S Appearance package - This package includes a black chrome grille, a performance front fascia, LED fog lamps, and a rear spoiler. 

Chrysler 300S vs Other Luxury Cars

Drivers who are considering purchasing a 2018 Chrysler 300S might also consider these 2018 luxury cars: 

Chrysler 300S vs. Chevrolet Impala LT  

The 2018 Chevrolet Impala LT is the mid-range trim option for the Impala. Like the Chrysler 300S, the Impala LT comes with two engine options. This V6 Impala LT gets an EPA-estimated 22 mpg combined, compared with 23 mpg combined for the V6 300S (2018 model year).1  

The Impala offers more cargo space (18.8 cubic feet, compared with 16.3 in the 300S) and front legroom (45.8 inches, compared to 41.8), while the vehicles have similar space in the back seat (39.8 inches in the Impala, compared with 40.1 inches in the 300S).  

One major difference is that the 300S with a V6 is available in all-wheel drive, while the Impala does not offer all-wheel drive.  

Chrysler 300S vs. Genesis G80 3.3T Sport

The 3.3T Sport is one trim level of the 2018 Genesis G80. This trim level comes standard with a twin-turbocharged V6 engine, which produces 365 horsepower. This is more than the standard V6 engine on the 2018 300S, but comparable to the 363 horsepower produced by the 300S with an optional V8 HEMI® engine.  

The Genesis G80 3.3T Sport also has sport-tuned suspension and more sports-focused styling. Although the 2018 Genesis G80 offers an all-wheel-drive V8 engine with other trim levels, the 3.3T Sport does not come with an all-wheel-drive option. The 300S, on the other hand, has all-wheel drive with its V6 engine (although it's not available with the V8 in the 2018 model).  

Both models of these vehicles have standard interior features including touch-screen infotainment systems and Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™. The 3.3T Sport offers more room for front passengers (45.7 inches, compared with 41.8 in the 300S) but significantly less legroom in its rear seating (35 inches, compared with 40.1 in the 300S). With 15.3 cubic feet of cargo space, the 3.3T's trunk is slightly smaller than the 300S's, which provides an additional cubic feet of space.  

Chrysler 300S vs. Lincoln MKZ Reserve

The Lincoln MKZ Reserve is the second-highest trim level for the MKZ, a sedan that sits comfortably within the luxury category. The 2018 MKZ comes with a base 245-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine, with an optional upgrade to a twin-turbocharged V6 engine that puts out 350 horsepower for front-wheel drive or 400-horsepower for all-wheel drive. The 2018 300S, by comparison, only has all-wheel drive available with the 300-horsepower V6. There is also a hybrid engine available on the 2018 MKZ Reserve, which the 300S does not offer.  

The MKZ Reserve has slightly less cargo space (15.4 cubic feet compared with 16.3 in the 300S) and rear legroom (37 inches, versus 40.1 in the 300S). However, the MKZ Reserve has 44.3 inches of legroom in the front, compared with 41.8 in the 300S. Features like cooled seats and blind-spot monitoring that are standard for the 2018 MKZ Reserve are available options on the 2018 300S.  

1 Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates when vehicles sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov for details.

 

Reviews for Chrysler 300

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5(363 reviews)

I think that I overpaid for this car, but still do like the gas mileage.

I barely had the car for a month and there is already a recall on the alternator. I had to spend a day away from work to get it "fixed" by a dealer ship and have to go back as soon as I get a notice about the recall part being available. I fear that this will lead to more problems throughout the next years with this car.

- Kevin, 2012 Chrysler 300

great car price a little high

seem like very solid car

- edward evanko, 2012 Chrysler 300

I LOVE my 300

I've owned MBZ, BMW, Ford, Chevy, Honda, & Nissan cars. This 300 is by far THE BEST car for the money. The standard features & usually options on other vehicles. I feel completely SAFEin this vehicle, maybe because of its size. This IS NOT a small whimpy car. I'm a 5'7 grandmother & the trunk is higher/taller than my waist. EVERYWHERE I go people not only look but often compliment me on this car.

- Terri T., 2016 Chrysler 300

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