The Chrysler 300 car just reaches above the $30,000 mark but it is well worth that extra investment. Just like the Buick, Chrysler is a type of a soft-luxury car brand that bridges between utilitarian models and higher-end vehicles such as Mercedes or BMW. Revised springs bushings, steering, and summer tires make the 2016 Chrysler 300 more sport-tuned but the car retains its usual excellence in its mechanics. To celebrate Chrysler’s 90th anniversary there are special packages available on certain models too and you can check out your nearest dealer to find out more about them.
There are 8 different wheel options for the Chrysler 300 in 17, 18, 19, and 20″ tires. There are high-intensity discharge headlamps available which give you better clarity in any condition with their white beams. The 2016 model boasts a more sporty look than before with a black winglet grille with black chrome surround.
The Chrysler 300 is probably the most refined sedan in this class, with heated 8-way power seats that feature 4-way power lumbar support for the front passenger and the driver. With advanced technology in addition to touchscreen displays, you’ll have an incredibly comfortable ride in Chrysler’s most recent release. Leather trimmed seating and a leather wrapped steering wheel comes as standard.
With the largest standard touch screen in its class, which is integrated with Bluetooth capabilities, voice command, hands free calling, and Uconnect access, the Chrysler 300 boasts some amazing technology. In the 300s BeatsAudio Premium Sound System comes as standard. You can also connect your devices through the USB/ SD card ports that also come as standard.
Engine/ Fuel Efficiency
The Chrysler 300 was awarded the Best-In-Class V6 highway fuel economy rating of 31 MPG. Its 3.6 liter Pentastar engine is combined with an 8-speed automatic transmission. It boasts an impressive 292 horsepower and 260lb-ft of torque. This only increases when you upgrade a model.
As standard, there is a parkview back up camera but as optional, you can avail of extra safety features such as forward collision, lane departure, advanced brake assist, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross path detection.
Featured Image: edmundsPosted on July 13, 2016