2014 Chrysler 300

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Best automobile ever driven. by Rem on 12/22/2013. Trim: 2014 Chrysler 300 C AWD, Owned less than 1 year.
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Pros: Stylish, full of luxurious for a Chrysler automobile. Very reasonable and best handling, quietness, smooth ride, powerful engine and controls. Great sound system. Nav/bluetooth technology with "Uconnect". Panoramic sunroof. Great ride. Great gas mileage. Headlights and controls.
Cons: None.
Overall review: The Chrysler 300 is the best car ever i would recommend this car along with Nissan's flagship sedan Maxima i considered both of these cars as the best automobiles on the market. My favorites of 300 are has top of the line features and options as a new feature Chrysler invented was the "Uconnect" for nav/audio and bluetooth voice command. Interior is very comfortable as ventilated seats for front occupants/heated rear seats for rear passengers be comfort on a smooth ride. New engine for the Chrysler is a 3.6L Pentastar VVT V6 engine as i got one instead of a V8 has to run it with premium fuelđź”™takes more fillups. V6 is great as is like the panoramic sunroof and navigation system/Garmin it's too many buttons to press on this car. I'm a Nissan and Chrysler biggest fan wish these cars were in the same family both are so much alike.
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2014 Chyrsler 300C by carfreakfromla on 02/16/2014. Trim: 2014 Chrysler 300 C RWD.
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Pros: Exterior, Interior-love the nappa leather seats, Engine, Steering-light yet still has some road feel to it, Standard Equipment-heated/cooled cupholders and seats; rear power sunshade;navigation with 1 YEAR FREE SUBSCRIPSTION of XM radio and traffic, Ride, Uconnect system-has to be the absolute best and quickest operating system compared to Chevy's MyLink and MyFordTouch,Phenomenal Gas Mileage with the V6, 8-speed transmission. Having and extra extension on the already extending sun visor, having a high and low lighting system for the front passengers where most cars only have one setting that blinds the driver while driving.
Cons: MPG could be better with the V8 if only Chrysler would put the 8-speed transmission with the V8 instead of the outdated 5-speed, rear legroom is on the downside although it's such a big car.
Overall review: This has to be the best car in it's class. The interior is very quiet when your on the freeway and extremely comfortable. I absolutely love the heated/cooled cup holders and the heated/ventilated seats. The cupholders are the main thing that sets this car apart from the competition, I can prevent the ice from melting in my soda and still keep my coffee hot in the mornings. The V6 has adequate power but the gas mileage is unbelievable; I averaged over 33MPG going 72-75 on my 600 mile road trip that I went on. Also the 8-speed that the V6 is paired with has to be one of the best transmissions out there, it shifts very smooth and fast and keeps the V6 in it's perfect power band when needed. However if you want the power, the V8 is a torque monster, you'll definantly get pushed back in your seat and listen to that beautiful grumble of the hemi. If only they put the 8-speed with the V8, now that would be an award winning set up. Overall, for the price, it's the best luxury car out there.
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Watch out for long term quality by David on 01/21/2014. Trim: 2014 Chrysler 300 C AWD.
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Pros: the looks are great along with the overall cost after negotiation
Cons: the engine will starting having problems with little mileage - around 50k, and the warranty is very bad. For example when our engine went with Chrysler after 55k miles we were bunrning through 4 quarts of oil every 3 months and there is typically only 5 in the engine .. the warranty says that at that mileage its typical to burn that much oil and they would not repair or fix it.
Overall review: be careful . chrysler products are pretty cars but the quality in my opinion is still suspect
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Best automobile ever driven. by Rem on 12/22/2013. Trim: 2014 Chrysler 300 C AWD, Owned less than 1 year.
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Pros: Stylish, full of luxurious for a Chrysler automobile. Very reasonable and best handling, quietness, smooth ride, powerful engine and controls. Great sound system. Nav/bluetooth technology with "Uconnect". Panoramic sunroof. Great ride. Great gas mileage. Headlights and controls.
Cons: None.
Overall review: The Chrysler 300 is the best car ever i would recommend this car along with Nissan's flagship sedan Maxima i considered both of these cars as the best automobiles on the market. My favorites of 300 are has top of the line features and options as a new feature Chrysler invented was the "Uconnect" for nav/audio and bluetooth voice command. Interior is very comfortable as ventilated seats for front occupants/heated rear seats for rear passengers be comfort on a smooth ride. New engine for the Chrysler is a 3.6L Pentastar VVT V6 engine as i got one instead of a V8 has to run it with premium fuelđź”™takes more fillups. V6 is great as is like the panoramic sunroof and navigation system/Garmin it's too many buttons to press on this car. I'm a Nissan and Chrysler biggest fan wish these cars were in the same family both are so much alike.
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Chysler 300S Great In Town, On the Highway or In the Mountains by JC on 02/25/2014. Trim: 2014 Chrysler 300 S AWD, Owned less than 1 year.
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Pros: This vehicle is very impressive for the money. I recommend the 300S with the all wheel drive option if winter is an issue. This car is extremely comfortable and a very confident highway cruiser. If your driving style is more aggressive it has power to burn. If economy is your preference you can get 30 mpg highway cruising at 70. This car wants to go fast! If you indulge it and yourself in the sports mode you can and will get much lower mileage. I have tested in snow slick conditions and it is a very competent and confident driver. The car will kick into all wheel drive mode at colder temps and this will typically cut approximately 3 mpg from the Hwy mileage.
Cons: I would appreciate being able to have more control over the all wheel drive system. We have 20 F days when the roads are clear and AWD is not needed.
Overall review: Overall, very impressed with the styling, power, handling, performance, and extra features Chrysler has thought of. The center stack info system with navigation, climate, etc is a breeze to use. Minimal manual reference was needed. You should consider this car if seeking a 4 door model in the 30-40K range. The flappy paddle shift on the steering wheel is an appreciated feature as is the Beats sound system and remote start. I only have 5000 miles on this car so far, in 6 weeks of ownership however I could not be more pleased. I would by another tomorrow.
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