Features Galore for the 2012 Chrysler 300

The 2012 Chrysler 300 comes in 7 trim levels: SRT8, 300C Luxury Series, 300S V8, 300C, 300S V6, Limited, and Base.  The higher the trim the better features and add-ons it has.

For instance, the lowest trim (Base model) comes with an 8-way power driver seat that comes with lumbar adjustments, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, which can be tilted, cruise control, keyless/ignition entry, heated mirrors, a rearview mirror that automatically dims, automatic headlamps, and 17” alloy-wheels. Its 6-speaker sound system includes a touchscreen interface, steering wheel controls, a USB/iPod audio interface, a cd player, satellite radio, and an auxiliary audio jack. Bluetooth connectivity is optional.

The next trim up the ladder is the Limited. It has all the features in the Base model plus leather upholstery, a power front passenger seat, upgraded transmission, heated front seats, remote ignition, upgraded speakers, Bluetooth audio and phone connectivity, and 18” chrome wheels. The AWD (all-wheel drive) has upgraded brakes and 19” chrome wheels.

300S V6- (in addition to the Base and Limited) includes a bigger touchscreen display, a Dr. Dre sound system, performance tires, unique styling components, and steering wheel shift paddles. AWD have 19” polished aluminum wheels and RWD have 20” polished aluminum wheels. However, the power passenger seat and leather upholstery are optional.

Overall, the Chrysler 300 is a great choice in a sedan for customers who want a sedan with more personality than your ordinary family sedan. It is also a good choice for those who want a car that can substitute for European luxury sedans because even the base trim can pass as a luxury car.

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