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2015 Chrysler 300 What's new for 2015? 
2015 Chrysler 300

For 2015 the Chrysler 300 receives updated interior and exterior design, new safety features that include autonomous emergency braking, and an 8-speed automatic transmission across the board. The new, top-line Platinum version is nice enough to pass for a luxury car. The performance-oriented SRT8 version is no longer offered.

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2014 Chrysler 300 What's new for 2014? 
2014 Chrysler 300

For 2014, the Chrysler 300 continues without any significant changes.

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2013 Chrysler 300 What's new for 2013? 
2013 Chrysler 300

For 2013, the base Chrysler 300 receives standard leather seating, an 8.4-inch voice-controlled touchscreen radio and heated front seats. The 300S gains a 300-horsepower upgrade. A limited-run Glacier Edition includes AWD and unique design appointments, while the SRT8 gets an improved adaptive dampening suspension and standard launch control.

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2012 Chrysler 300 What's new for 2012? 
2012 Chrysler 300

The 2012 Chrysler 300 receives a new 8-speed ZF automatic transmission as well as new S letter series and Luxury Series trim levels. The new transmission is available on the V6 Limited, 300S and AWD models, with the S trim getting a "Sport" shift manual mode. Versions of the Chrysler 300 with the V8 get a new mesh grille, while the "Beats by Dr. Dre" audio system is offered on more models. Model-year 2012 also marks the return of the 300 SRT8, featuring a 6.4-liter Hemi V8, 2-mode adaptive damping suspension and 19-speaker harman/kardon audio system.

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2010 Chrysler 300 What's new for 2010? 
2010 Chrysler 300

All 300 models now feature supplemental side curtain airbags. New standard equipment on the 300C includes Keyless Entry/Keyless Go and ParkSense rear park assist, while the Touring trims gain chrome door handles, chrome grille and trunk lid accents and heated chrome mirrors.

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2009 Chrysler 300 What's new for 2009? 
2009 Chrysler 300

All-wheel drive models receive a new Active Transfer Case and Front-axle Disconnect which helps improve fuel economy by disconnecting the front axles and transfer case when not in all-wheel-drive mode. The HEMI V8 sees improvements in horsepower and fuel economy, while the LX trims receive 17-inch machined aluminum wheels and the 300C Heritage gets 20-inch wheels and a new grille.

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2008 Chrysler 300 What's new for 2008? 
2008 Chrysler 300

2008 sees modest but important changes. The cruise control stalk has been relocated to the four o'clock position where it won't be confused with the turn signal, and the dash receives a minor freshening. New options include MyGIG multimedia audio system and remote start

About Chrysler 300

Chrysler's 300 for 2015 is a throwback to big, rear-wheel-drive sedans of yore, yet it is sophisticated enough to be relevant today. Updated for 2015 with fresh exterior styling, upgraded technology and advanced safety features, the Chrysler 300 is a tempting choice for buyers seeking a roomy and powerful sedan at a good value. The 300's standard rear-wheel-drive (RWD) layout sets it apart from full-size sedan rivals such as the Ford Taurus, Chevy Impala, Toyota Avalon and Hyundai Azera, while available all-wheel drive (AWD) and a Hemi V8 engine offer added appeal. A new Sport mode enables livelier handling, but in general the 300 puts comfort over performance. Starting just over $32,000, the 2015 Chrysler 300 brings a lot of car for the money.

Consumer Reviews

LOVE MY 2015 300 PLATINUM

By on Tuesday, July 14, 2015

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 752

10 10.0
overall rating 10 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
10/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Quality
10/10
Performance
10/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
10/10

Pros: "Classy, best bang for buck, better mpg and styling"

Cons: "Faster car got to be careful on tickets"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"I am loving my 2015 300 Platinum. Traded a 2013 300C Hemi for a upgraded version this one looks 30x better. The new interior design is top of the line with lots of options. Acceleration responsive while gets better fuel economy the U-Connect and LCD navigation/audio screen is fully loaded with everything. The car handles bumps better than the '13 did its more quiet bit technical has all bells and whistles. Overall my 300 rides smooth feels much comfortable seems got little slimmer than my last model was more larger and floppy this car is more than just perfect. Steering feel bit adequate the engine is very pleasant with throttle response love new exterior design might not be a Cadillac but its a poor man's BMW for all fact driving the 300 such a beautiful car."

6 people out of 8 found this review helpful

Don't knock it 'til you drive it. Best in Class.

By on Friday, April 10, 2015

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 230

10 10.0
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Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
10/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Quality
10/10
Performance
9/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
10/10

Pros: "MPG, Comfort, Luxury features, Overall value."

Cons: "Shift Knob is quirky. Takes some getting used to."

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"I just traded in my 2013 300C Varvatos edition for the 2015 300C Platinum. I'll start by saying I absolutely loved my 2013 (as shown by my previous reviews) and I had over 39,000 miles on it when I traded it in. Superb car, no problems at all. Chrysler has taken their quality to another level with these cars. This was simply a vanity trade because I like the new look of the 2015 better. Vain? Guilty as charged. First off, the car drives, handles, and accelerates exceptionally well for a vehicle of its size. Make no mistake this is a full-sized American car, but its road manners are superb. Much like an NFL linebacker, despite its size and weight, it is a lot more agile than it looks. Outstanding interior room. Best electronics in its class in my opinion. Even better than most German sedans honestly. Navigation and tech toys are superior in both quality and ease-of-use in my opinion. Amazing gas mileage. In daily driving around Atlanta I get 26mpg so far. Haven't made a highway trip yet. Eight speed transmission does a great job and always seems to be in the right gear. Sport mode is fun to drive but if you're truly a muscle car fan, opt for the Charger instead of the 300s. No disrespect to the 300s, it is a fantastic car but by no means is it substantially more responsive than a 300C in "sport" mode. I test drove the 300s and the 300c multiple times before making my selection and opted for luxury over performance. I think most people will NOT be able to tell the difference in horsepower from the S (300hp) to the C (292hp). Much like my original review of the 2013 I have a couple of what I'd consider more "feature requests" than complaints that could easily be corrected. First, if you are a music lover like myself, do yourself a favor and get the Harman Kardon sound system upgrade. It is worth the money. Standard system... well lets just say it's okay. Next, I am NOT a fan of the new "Rotary-Dial" knob. Speaking as a lover of American cars, I cannot get used to not having anywhere to rest my right hand. Please bring back the short "T-shifter" from the previous models. Not having a shifter is just strange. Yes, I know, even if it is an automatic, it just feels weird and I'm constantly looking for something to occupy my hand much like someone who's recently stopped smoking. The new knob makes the car's interior look more like an appliance than an American luxury auto. This is one case where Chrysler was already ahead of their competitors, and there was no need to fix what wasn't broken. Also I'd like to see another aux power outlet somewhere accessible to the windshield. This car was born for highway driving, and for people like me that use (cough) radar detectors, it would be nice to have a convenient yet discreet place to plug it in. A perfect feature for a car that is already an outstanding highway cruiser. Final request to my engineering friends at Chrysler. If by chance you leave something in your car running that drains the battery... can we make it easier to unlock the drivetrain and put the car in Neutral? Yes, the electronic push-button start is cool, and the dial-knob is sexy... but they are also a huge pain in the butt if you DON'T have POWER and you have the misfortune of doing something very stupid (like I did) and need to move the car to get a jump, or get it towed. An old-school "NEUTRAL" button would be nice? Yes, I realize I'm asking you to idiot-proof the car for me. Hey I'm honest. In the event your electronics fail... the car becomes about as movable as a submarine on land. Thank goodness the battery was in the trunk and easily accessible. That's it for now. Thank you Chrysler for this outstanding vehicle. I cannot endorse it enough."

14 people out of 19 found this review helpful

Best Luxury Car On The Market

By on Wednesday, May 27, 2015

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 950

10 10.0
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Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
10/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
Not Rated
Quality
10/10
Performance
10/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
10/10

Pros: "The biggest pro is the over-all value of this car."

Cons: "The phone app is a cool feature but glitchy..."

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"Took delivery of my 2015 300 Limited in April after comparing Audi, Volvo, Toyota Avalon, Infiniti, Mercedes C250, BMW I-series, Acura, and Cadillac all with similar options in the entry-level market except with navigation and back-up camera which I really wanted. At a price of just under $31K the 300 gave me the Navigation, camera, plus remote start, 6-cylinder 292hp engine, leather heated seats, lane change assist, front and rear parking sensors, Cruise control, steering wheel controls, LED lights, DRL, a super 10-speaker Beats audio system with sub-woofer in the trunk, aluminum wheels, and on and on I can go! Shop around like I did and you'll discover that no other vehicle that I compared here gives you more at anywhere near this price. Just came back from a 2-hour trip all highway and averaged 31.7 mpg. In the city I am averaging a combined 24.4mpg. I absolutely love and would recommend this car...The only thing I can't comment on is the long-term reliability because I have only had it since April but it seems very well built. My previous car was a 2012 Mercedes C250 which had a much harder, bumpier ride. You will absolutely love the luxury of the 300 and you will smile while you drive it knowing you paid thousands less than the competitors. This really is the best value luxury car on the market."

17 people out of 28 found this review helpful