What Makes the Chrysler 300 Stands Out

What Makes the Chrysler 300 Stands OutnThe Chrysler 300 model was initially launched way back in the 1950s. However, the car became obscure in the 60s and it never resurfaced until the mid-2000s with a brand new look representing Chryslers bolder and more active direction.  The new Chrysler 300 edition was an immediate success and much can be attributed to its retro look. But of course, there are other features of the amazing classic that contributed to its stellar rise like its dominant V8 engines and rear wheel drive design. And the manufacturers of the car are not done yet with plans to release a more economical V6 edition but with more enhanced interiors. For large sedans, the Chrysler 300 really stands out among its peers.nThe Chrysler 300 comes in rear-wheel or four-wheel engine versions and it has been a favorite of customers who need something more than your regular family sedan, something that possesses more personality and power. Many of the amenities and mechanical designs used in the making of this car are actually Mercedes Benz technology patents, hence, the cars dominant exterior and interior features. But, even with its German technology refinements, the general styling applied on the Chrysler is a hundred percent American accentuated by its large wheels, raised beltline, adorned headlights, and huge chrome grilles. The space for passengers inside is comfortably spacious, thanks to the 120-inch wheelbase, which reduces the overhangs on the cars front and rear. In fact, compared to its rivals, the Chrysler 300 has a larger legroom.nSome of the fine points in the Chrysler 300 include car entry and ignition that does not require keys, automatic headlights, touch screen interface controls, dual zone climate control, and power driver seats. And I am just talking about the standard amenities. For the Limited 300C edition, you get front seats heaters, rearview camera, kickass sound system, and Bluetooth capability.nWhile driving, one would notice that amazing maneuverability of this luxury sedan with suspensions that can provide optimum comfort to its passengers even on heavily potholed roads without being too floaty. The latest editions of the car include electrically assisted steering and recalibrated suspensions for maximum ride quality. The audio is provided by Beats by Dr. Dre. There is an earlier version of the Chrysler 300 that is designed with an all drive system yet the user is given the option to the front wheels in order to conserve on fuel.

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