The 2014 Chrysler 300C is a full-mouth Sedan is available in a variety of models to suit a body, function, or set of features. Either V6 or V8 and regardless of the model is a roomy, comfortable, quiet Honda. Besides its relative of the Dodge Charger, the Chrysler 300 is the only bear-to date-drive Sedan we may think that you can get for less than $ 35,000. Efficient revamped and restyled for 2011, the 2012 Chrysler 300, this has some alone. The new models have joined the lineup for 2012, the custom Chrysler 300S, the new Chrysler 300C luxury series, and a new Chrysler 300 SRT8 Super-Sedan. The Chrysler 300S is a sportier 300, with 20 inch wheels and firmer suspension. 2012 Chrysler 300 V6 models offer a new 8-speed automatic transmission from ZF that makes the Hemi V8-powered car nearly irrelevant. With this new transmission, the V6 is an EPA estimated 31 mpg highway.
A new, optional navigation system is the best we have ever found, with a large, 8.4 inch screen is easily understood and easy buyer to work. A high it means for you. Also new for 2012 are the usual assortment of skin and carts design upgrades, and not one but new upgrades. The 2014 Chrysler 300C has all the heritage traits of an American luxury Sedan as fast, easy, and features endless applications, and a degree of presence, yet is also has good road behavior, and stops changes instructions as well as you go. You also have a particular view can ever to us in this time of economic-nails aerodynamics, pedestrian impact standards and corporate styling.
All wheel drive is available. The long Odulaja on 2012 300 Chrysler AWD models is slightly lower than on the 2011 models. New version of the 300 is its a view to its 2011 redesign of some of the sharper edges for a more mature. Up front, a large Chrome grille topped with Chrysler logo section dominates the court, flanked by headlight clusters with C-up LED afternoon light. The 300 is a big bodied, with a high beltline and a Chrome Accents on the doors and Windows. As standard, the 300 is outside windshield wipers, automatic headlamps, the afternoon light, 17 ” titanium wheels, and an integrated spoiler.
2014 Chrysler 300C Interior
The Chrysler 300 instrument panel, seat trims, center stack, switches and controls, panels and curtains mouth pockets were all redesigned for 2011. Some of the changes you ‘ll notice for 2012 is available in 8-speed shifter, two upper-echelon sound systems and the SRT8 is more than the interior. This is a great car, and the interior roominess and dimensions, front and stirring is suitably generous. One of the more pleasant surprises in the Chrysler 300 is the amount of light entering the car. The interior environmental quality without being fussy, and the LED lighting and instrumentation are spot on. Upholstery is cloth, leather, or suede and leather on SRT8 and trim is faux wood, wood reality, consistency-USB or piano black lacquer, interior adornment is all matte-finished Chrome and annoying reflections are minimal. 2014 Chrysler 300C equipment is a light package, with crisp graphics and ice-blue light that is brilliantly legible day or night.
2014 Chrysler 300C Engine
Chrysler 300S comes with a choice of V6 8-speed automatic ($ 33,170) with AWD ($ 35,320); V8 5-speed automatic ($ 39,710) with AWD ($ 41,320). S indicates-leather trim with a gloss black grille and headlight trim, matte consistency and harp-black trim tent, 300S logo on cloth (V6) or leather (V8) seats, and beat by Dr. Dre. The S V8 also offer sunshade, rain-sensing wipers, and services-tuned steering. 300S options include connecting with 8.4 inch touch screen, Garmin navigation, Sirius Travel Link with Real Traffic Time and Sirius satellite radio ($ 795).
Chrysler 300 SRT8 ($ 47,170) come with a 470 HP 6.4 liter V8, five- speed automatic, 20-inch forged aluminum wheels, Bilstein adaptive damping, and unique suspension and stability control calibration, brakes and tires. It also includes new nose and tail sections, sport seats with suede inserts, SRT-specific driving and instrumentation information, and a one-day driving experience on track with professional driving instructions. Several of the 300-line features are standard on the SRT8, though there are some options, three-season performance tires ($ 150), moon-roof ($ 1,295), SafetyTec package, Harman/Kardon audio-($ 1,995), black Chrome leather package and a package. SRT8 carries a $ 1,000 Federal Gas Guzzler Tax.
2014 Chrysler 300C Safety
Safety equipment on the Chrysler 300 in front, front side, driver knee, and side curtain air bags, electronic stability control with brake assist, and tire pressure monitoring system. The optional SafetyTec package groups several safety features together. Optional all-wheel drive, stability in slippery conditions.
For its work on crash tests, the 2014 300 is a full five-Star overall rating from NHTSA. Standard safety features include seven airbags, traction/stability control, four-wheel antilock disc brakes, active head restraints, and an electronic support is wet braking performance. There is a lot of safety technology, such as adaptive cruise control, adaptive headlights, blind spot monitoring, carried the cross path detection, and front/carry sensors.