2006 Chrysler 300 Touring 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
Bought car in 2007. The only trouble I had was the dealer had to replace the "mixer", which is the knob you use to switch the air flow. The car has been very good. Gas mileage on the highway (which is most of my driving) is 25 mpg to 28.6 mpg, which is fully loaded trunk and back seat @ 75 MPH. From Michigan to Florida and other parts of the country. The quality of gas really has alot to do with the mileage. I've tried them all. It's supposed to be run on mid grade, but that hasn't been the case either. Last time (feb & mar) just ran it on regular, and the mileage got better and better from the start of the trip to the end. ended with 28.6 mpg. One other thing is I run Synthetic oil. Has 27K
Ride, seat comfort above all, low interior noise, Boston accoustic sound system, Sirius radio.
front visibility outward,'A' pillar view, center console needs more room by the knees, could have a little bigger trunk. Really not sure if I like the push button trunk opener that has NO ignition interlock. If someone gets in they can get to the trunk easy, of course there is the back seat opening.
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