2006 CHRYSLER 300
I purchased the vehicle sue to its immaculate and clean condition. There are absolutely no issues with the car. Extremely happy with it. 8700 miles only, feels, looks, and drives like a new car.
2010 CHRYSLER 300
I bought my 300 because I've always wanted one and I finally found one that I liked. I use it daily for work and getting me around places!
2009 CHRYSLER 300
I got my 2009 Chrysler 300 touring edition (3.5L V6) used with around 78000 miles on it and put about 9000 miles on it so far (87000). Had to get some fairly expensive front end work done on it (ball joint and tie rod end~alignment) and 4 new tires but thats normal at the mileage it had. Has developed an annoying squeak in the steering wheel so I gotta get that looked at and i can feel/hear a slight "springy" sound in the front end (maybe another ball joint). When in cold weather the steering is a bit tight untill the car is fully heated up. Other than some of those problems it rides very smooth~lots of room~has a classy look to it but isnt overstated (if ur into that its built to "pump out" lol). Decent power out of the 3.5L V6 and great gas mileage for a car its size. Everyone I know likes it and how it feels/looks/drives
Used Chrysler 300 Information
The modern Chrysler 300 was introduced in 2005 as a full-sized premium (luxury) car taking its name from the beloved Chrysler series of 300s from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s. Since its introduction, the new 300 has become the basis for several popular Chrysler vehicles such as the Dodge Magnum and Challenger muscle car. Both the high-end sedan version and high-performance SRT-8 model of the Chrysler 300 have proven to be popular American-style sedans.
The Chrysler 300 derived its styling from both its namesake roots and unique Americanized low-roof, high belt-line "low rider" appeal. Often called a "gangster's production car," the 300 is unique and has proven to be popular among multiple car buying segments in the U.S. Top Gear UK called it "...kitsch gangster cool."
The first-generation of the Chrysler 300 appeared as a 2005 model as a rear-wheel drive model featuring a fair number of European-sourced refinements for its chassis coupled with American muscle car-based engine variants. Several model trims were offered with the 300C marking the top of the line. Engines included both V6 and V8 options as well as rear-wheel and all-wheel drive options. A small production series of long wheelbase versions were marketed as the Walter P. Chrysler Executive Series 300 as well.
In 2011, Chrysler introduced the second-generation of the 300 to market, improving several aspects of the car in order to both extend its appeal and improve fuel economy numbers without sacrificing performance. The new Chrysler winged emblem was added and roof pillars were thinned to make the car appear slightly lighter while a raked windshield made for better visibility. The interior was completely revamped for more versatility and a more premium feel. Engines were consolidated to a single V6 and a single V8 offering and an eight-speed automatic transmission (starting with the 2012 model year) was added to further improve MPG.
Although U.S. sales of the Chrysler 300 have dropped significantly since its height in 2005, thanks largely to the economic recession, they have remained a mainstay in Chrysler's line. The car continues to flagship Chrysler's lineup of sedans.
There are 14,776 used Chrysler 300s in our used car listings, including the Chrysler Town & Country, Chrysler 200 and Chrysler PT Cruiser. 59% of these vehicles have only one previous owner and 83% have no accident history.