Chrysler 300

The Chrysler 300 is a very distinctive vehicle, based on the popularity enjoyed by its predecessors. It has been given the title as one of the most awarded vehicles in the history of the automotive industry. With the 2009 Chrysler 300 the car maker has brought a new generation of Chrysler vehicles on the market. According to owners of the new Chrysler 300, they are very much happy with the vehicle as it can be customized and personalized easily. If you have been looking for a vehicle which would really reflect who you are and what you want, the Chrysler 300 would be the right kind of canvass to put your ideas into something tangible.

Chrysler 300 C The exterior of the sedan remains largely unchanged. For the new model year, the 300 will be available in five different trim levels. All 300's are available with rear-wheel drive, though the Touring, the Limited and the 300C are available in all-wheel drive formats. Find to fit your insurance needs for your new Chrysler 300.

For drivers seeking an exciting, powerful ride, the LX should be avoided. The engine is barely strong enough to power the vehicle from a stop, much less to give adequate performance on the highway. The SRT8 model is, of course, the most powerful, with more than sufficient power and performance for any needs. Obviously, you pay more for that powerhouse engine, though for many drivers the trade off is more than worth the cost. For fuel economy, the 3.5-liter V6 comes out on top, with 20 mpg, though the addition of all-wheel drive increases this by a bit. The 300C gets about 17 mpg, while the SRT8 gets a mere 15 mpg.

Chrysler 300 The interior is stylish and luxury. However, a few cheap plastic pieces are still in evidence, the legacy of Chrysler's adoption of minimum interior design aspects. Wood dash and chrome trim accents dominate in the interior and leather implementation provides a nice place to rest. The interior of the Chrysler 300 was updated for 2008 in response to some criticisms from consumers and the press. It now features a new instrument panel and center console design, highlighted with silver bezels. Soft-touch surfaces on arm rests and door panels, and a newly designed and relocated cruise control stalk, have been added to improve comfort.

In order to take advantage of today's low interest rates and get the 300 that you want, you will need to find the right financing package for your needs. The "Spin It Your Way" contest is a chance for the owners of Chrysler 300 to upgrade their vehicles and customize it the way they want the vehicle to look. The special Chrysler 300 channel at YouTube is full of videos and photos of the customized models. Indeed, the whole collection of customized Chrysler 300s did show off the kind of identity that each Chrysler 300 had.

We've always been fans of the Chrysler 300, and its continuous improvements only make it more attractive. There are certainly other full-size sedans to consider, though which ones depend on which 300 you're considering. With distinctive styling and Mercedes-sourced underpinnings, the 300 was a well-deserved hit that brought rear-wheel drive back into the American car buyer's mind after years in exile. The Chrysler 300 stands out with bold, imposing styling reminiscent of an art deco look of years past. Its strong lines give off a sense of power and refined stature.

Now for customers who wanted additional features, Chrysler offers two luxury packages. The first one consists of sun roof, 276-watt DSP Amp speaker system, California Walnut wood accent on steering wheel, door pulls and interior trim, SmartBeam headlamp control system, and rain-sensing windshield wipers. Additional options include adaptive cruise control, passenger side auto-dimming mirror, heated rear seats, and mirrors with turn signals and puddle lamps.