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Chrysler 300 Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Chysler 300. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Chysler 300.

OverviewChrysler 300

The Chrysler 300 is an automotive comeback kid. A proud, prestigious vehicle in the 1950s, the 300 fell into anonymity during the '60s and then disappeared from the automotive landscape for more than 30 years. Chrysler reintroduced the 300 in the mid-2000s though, leading the brand in a bold, new direction. Discover the ins and outs on used Chrysler 300s, available now in Carvana’s inventory.


Exceptionally Smooth, Quiet Ride

The Chrysler 300 isn’t the product of German engineering, but the way it smoothly glides down the road is reminiscent of a Mercedes-Benz sedan. In fact, some aspects of the 300’s suspension design were inspired by late 20th-century Mercedes E-Classes. Even on rough patches of road, the 300 maintains its silky smooth ride.

Quality Interior Design

While the cabin area of the 300 may not stack up to other European luxury sedans, it does have an upscale look and feel commensurate with the asking price. There are a number of rich finishes and soft-to-the-touch materials that make the 300 feel stylish and of quality.

V8 Engine Available

All Chrysler 300 trims come standard with a 3.6-liter V6 that produces 292 horsepower, however the optional 5.7-liter V8 is where it’s at for performance enthusiasts. With the ability to churn out 363 horsepower, the 300 offers virtually unmatched power in a full-size sedan.


Rear Visibility

The rear visibility on the 300 is a bit compromised due to the vehicle’s high beltline, small windows, and thick rear pillars. Fortunately for parties interested in the 300, a rearview camera is available on select trims.


For the most part, the 300 is a very roomy vehicle with enough space to accommodate passengers of all sizes. However, it should be noted that the available rear legroom is notably less than that of the 300s competitors. This is particularly true of the middle rear seat, where space and comfort is compromised as a result of the 300’s transmission tunnel hump.

Luggage Capacity

Though the 300 certainly qualifies as a large sedan, the available trunk space on the vehicle is rather average compared to vehicles in the segment. The 16.3 cubic feet of cargo capacity is enough space for a person to squeeze four bags of golf clubs, though it should be noted that the rear wheelwells intrude on trunk space some and may limit the ability to load certain large items.

Chrysler 300 300 Reviews

4.8 OUT OF 5 (193 Reviews)