The Chrysler 300
The totally re-imagined rear drive Luxobox from Chrysler puts on a Tux and steps into the future
Not many cars built today have a heritage like this one, but this Flagship for the Chrysler Corporation has been around (on and off) for quite a few decades..
Resurrected in rear drive in 2004 as a 2005 model, Chrysler, then Daimler Chrysler, gave SRT's current Chairman and CEO, Ralph Gilles, the green light to design a new full size car for Chrysler using the existing Mercedes Benz E-class platform as the basis. Not a bad place to start.. We can just say that the rest is history..
Imported from Detroit
The choices, the choices, the choices...
A solid interior and one of the best packages this side of St. Louis
This V6 Chrysler 300 is the least expensive one you can get, but don't confuse inexpensive with cheap. The cars standard engine coupled with the 8-speed transmission is a joy to drive.. The base cars comes complete with Auto-Start, Power Everything, Key-less Entry, Dual Climate Control, one of the Largest integrated touch screens in the automotive world, a Back up Camera that's one of the easiest to use, combining nearly everything in the car to be used at a touch. Six speaker audio system with USB and other audio inputs, Stability Control, Traction Control, Automatic Headlamps, and 7-airbags..
The $3,200 optional "S" package includes Front and Rear seat heat w/front seats also cooled, a large Heated Steering Wheel, a Rear Powered Sunshade, All Wheel Drive, Voice Command w/Navigation, and Bluetooth. The Panoramic Sunroof is a $1,300 option that is huge. It's one touch operation moves the shade and the glass all at the touch of a button.