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2014 Chrysler 300 4dr Sdn Uptown Edition RWD *Ltd Avail* User Reviews
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AwesomeBy jimmythe jew, Mar 2, 2014I agree with Borge....This is the best car I've ever owned (so far). I am over 50 now, so I've owned a few new ones. It hauls ass w/ the V-8 and has all the bells and whistles.....Look at this before the Cadillac's. ...moreTrim 2014 Chrysler 300 4dr Sdn 300S AWD
Age Group 45-54
Overall a fantastic vehicleBy Jim Edwards, Jul 10, 2014For those who desire a luxury sedan in the traditional American sense this is the car to buy. It's not as roomy as a decade ago Lincoln though having a nearly equal curb weight. The 300C we took deliver on a couple of weeks ago can only be described as a joy to drive. Steering is close to sports car like and the ride characteristics are great. We also enjoy the fact that road noise transferring into the passenger compartment is about as minimal as one can get with low profile tires combined with rack and pinion steering. The interior is perhaps better appointed than some 300C competitors. Our 300C has all but three options that are available. The Harmon-Karden sound system with it's 19 speakers is the best audio system we've experienced in any automobile. You'll hear things in recordings you've never been able to hear before! We love the overall styling and the Blue Metallic paint that Chrysler refers to as "Jazz Blue." We thought the car needed a bit more pizazz and had a third party custom make bright stainless trim to fit fully around the wheel openings and along the rocker panel. Made the car a true attention getter where ever we take it. Our 300C has the V6 3.6L power plant running through Chrysler's new 8 speed automatic and rear wheel drive. We've been pleasantly surprised with over all fuel consumption being less than figured it would be, giving an overall average of 25 mpg. However, one might get less if their driving is primarily limited to city driving. The V6 is responsive, though not as responsive as the 5.7L Hemi V8 in our 2012 Ram 2500 pickup truck even taking into consideration the truck is geared for towing heavy loads. For comparative reference the V8 Hemi in the pickup has given us an overall average mpg of 18.5. We have sadly experienced problems with a "gremlin" intermittently attacking the dash lighting, which neither the dealer or Chrysler tech support have been able to find reason or a fix for yet. We have confidence they will as they had a similar issue with 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokees, which they have solved. ...moreVery comfortable, responsive road car with great looks and more gegaws than probably necessry.
Seats are a bit stiff because of Heating and Ventilation features limiting cushioning.Trim 2014 Chrysler 300 4dr Sdn 300C RWD
Age Group 65+
Bad Ass SedanBy Borge, Mar 2, 2014This is the coolest car I have ever owned. It sounds amazing, looks amazing and handles like a sports car. It also has so much space and is so smooth on the road. Sure it uses a lot of gas, but I am old and only live once. No other car is as bad-ass as this car. ...moreLooks, Power, Price
No manual, more power?Trim 2014 Chrysler 300 4dr Sdn SRT8 RWD
Age Group 55-64
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