2016 Chrysler 300Larry Livigni - North Las Vegas NV, NV04/13/2017
I have owned 3 Chrysler 300's A 2006, a 2012 and now a 2016.The Chrysler 300 is the package. It has beautiful lines, looks and feels full size, and the PenStar V6 delivers V8 power. The interior is laid out nicely with a good assortment of options. If you like more toys, make sure to get the 300c. This big car with a smooth ride delivers over 30 MPG on the open road (V6). There is no doubt that a person could spend more, but for the money, this is hands down the best luxury car a person can own.
I LOVE my 300
2016 Chrysler 300Terri T. - Atlanta, GA03/02/2017
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.
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!!
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