2013 Chrysler 300


2013 Chrysler 300 AWD: Flash drive review

By Staff of MSN Autos

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The 2013 Chrysler 300 doesn't look new; it has a shape that has become all too familiar. It definitely looks big and feels big. The upright cabin and large dashboard make adjusting the rear-view mirror quite a reach. But for all that space the driver still feels a little squashed by the door and the center console. Yet there is one facet of the Chrysler 300 experience that feels timeless: It is an amazingly good long-distance cruiser. It is refined, quiet and utterly at home on the freeway, especially if you are not in a hurry. I like my cars to have a little more verve, but if your daily driving includes a section of highway, then the 300 might be a very pleasant surprise for you. — Paul Hagger

I've always liked the squared-off look of the Chrysler 300. The 2013 design keeps that look but adds cool-looking LED running lights. As expected from one of the largest sedans on the market, the interior is quite roomy. There is plenty of room in the rear seat and the trunk is massive. Seats are comfortable and the ride is very good - smooth without being overly soft. Our 300 was equipped with the base 292-horsepower engine and Chrysler's new 8-speed automatic transmission, which offered more than adequate power and impressive fuel economy; I averaged mileage in the mid-20s, much better than expected. Overall, this car is quite enjoyable to drive, looks good, and makes a nice alternative for the family that needs room for everyone but doesn't want a minivan or an SUV. — Perry Stern


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