2006 CHRYSLER 300
Although an older car in 2014 I find the quality and beautiful driving experience is still there. The car was well taken car of obvious when looking at it or driving it. I have had the car for a month and am very please so far. The Carfax report was very clean and helpful. It sealed the deal.
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!
2007 CHRYSLER 300
Great car! It drives well, and I am happy with this vehicle! Interior is sharp. It sits well in the road. I took it for a round trip from FL to NJ and it did very well.
2005 CHRYSLER 300
It is a great car! It is a powerful luxury car with all the amenities you can ask for! Rides like a charm, especially on long trips. Looks like a muscle car, especially my American Classic Edition! Smooth ride with all the torque that the Hemi gives, however, love the sound system!
by Jammin D
2007 CHRYSLER 300
All the electronics work great still, the leather is in great shape, and the Hemi purs like a virile tiger thats getting ready to pounce. Such a great car for the value.
2010 CHRYSLER 300
Bought used with 43000 miles on it. Use for personal use, no long trips. Tensor Belt broke @ 79000mi. 10 months after Chryslers' warranty expired. (5yrs/100K miles) Cost 1,800 to have repaired. Prior owner Budget Car Rental. Coolant/Oil check valve started leaking @ Cost $500 to replace. Others say 2.7 L engine is the worst engine ever designed by Chrysler, Suggest you buy a newer model.
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-size premium car and the flagship of the Chrysler line. Taking its name from the beloved Chrysler 300 series from the 1950s, the 300 launched on a platform that was shared with Mercedes-Benz. That platform has also become the basis for several popular Chrysler vehicles such as the Dodge Magnum and Charger, as well as the Dodge Challenger muscle car. Available as a near-luxury sedan or a high-performance model, the Chrysler 300 has proven to be popular among domestic full-size sedans.
The Chrysler 300 features exterior styling that pays homage to the original model of the 1950s. The first generation of the Chrysler 300 appeared as a 2005 model with rear-wheel drive and featuring a fair number of refinements that were sourced from Mercedes-Benz. Several trims were offered, with the 300C marking the top of the line.
Engines included a base 190-horsepower V6, as well as an available 250-horsepower V6 and a 350-horsepower V8 in the 300C. A four-speed automatic transmission was standard with the base engine, while a five-speed automatic was available. All-wheel drive was also available as an option. The high-performance 300 SRT8 model was introduced for 2006, bringing in unique exterior styling and suspension tuning, as well as a 6.1-liter Hemi V8 that produces 425 horsepower.
A long-wheelbase model was introduced for 2007, with the aim of helping the Chrysler 300 compete with the Lincoln Town Car. Interior and exterior styling was updated for 2008, and new options like an iPod interface and a rear-seat entertainment system were introduced.
In 2011, Chrysler introduced the second-generation of the 300 to market, improving several aspects of the car in order to extend its appeal and improve fuel economy without sacrificing performance. The new winged Chrysler emblem was added, and the roof pillars were thinned to make the car appear slightly lighter. A raked windshield also provided better visibility than the outgoing model. The interior was completely revamped for more versatility and a more premium feel.
A new 3.6-liter V6 with 292 horsepower became standard for base and Limited trims, while a 5.7-liter V8 with 363 horsepower is standard on the 300C. All-wheel drive remained available and all models came with a five-speed automatic transmission at launch.
The second-generation 300 gained a new 8.4-inch touch screen and Chrysler's Uconnect infotainment system, which is used to access audio and climate settings. New standard features include dual-zone automatic climate control, push-button start, proximity key, aluminum wheels and USB connectivity. A Luxury Group on Limited and 300C models adds heated and ventilated front seats, heated and cooled cup holders and upgraded leather trim.
A standard eight-speed automatic transmission debuted for 2012 models with the V6 engine, and all-wheel drive also became available with that engine. The SRT8 model also returned, this time with a 6.4-liter V8 engine producing 470 horsepower. A Luxury Series was also added to the lineup, which features higher-quality wood and leather trim and chrome exterior trim. Also new was a sportier 300S model with blacked-out trim inside and out. Base and Limited models saw some changes to the list of standard features, with the 8.4-inch touch screen now available as an option. The following year, Chrysler's 5.7-liter V8 became an option on 300S and 300C models.