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Still Simply Amazing!
By robert7200 on
Vehicle2011 Chrysler 300 C 4dr Sedan AWD (5.7L 8cyl 5A)
ReviewIt has been nearly 1 year since our first review.
Our Chrysler 300C is still simply amazing. Routine service is very reasonable and no major repairs. This car still runs like it just left the showroom.
The cabin is extremely quiet and the Hemi V8 engine provides power to spare. The ride is very comfortable and the AWD option provides confidence when driving in rain or snow. Love the Alpine sound system and the Garmin Nav system is awesome. We have never really been fans of Chrysler in the past, but cannot say enough good things about the quality and comfort of our 2011 Chrysler 300C.
Best FeaturesThe fit and finish of the exterior and interior is, for the most part, excellent. Love the leather seats! The adaptive cruise control and front end crash warning system is amazing. Also like, and often rely on, the change lane warning system. Living in the northeast, the remote start and heated steering wheel are two of my wife's favorite features. The heating and air conditioning is excellent and the front and rear seating is very comfortable. The exterior is very elegant, and the interior is extremely comfortable. Very pleased with the city and highway gas mileage and the over sized brakes. The gas mileage is right on the claimed mileage by Chrysler for the Hemi V8 engine with AWD
Worst FeaturesEven with the revised/new 2011 model, the head room is a bit tight. The lack of headroom, however, can be tolerated with use of the power adjustable driver and passenger seats. The passenger seat could benefit from the ability to move back just a bit further. The front dash material is light years better than the previous model years, but would be even better with higher quality materials that are easier to wipe down and generally have a higher quality look. Overall, however, we are extremely happy with our 2011 Chrysler 300C AWD Hemi V8 sedan. My wife loves this car! If you are looking for a large E class luxury sedan, that will not break the bank, look no further than the Chrysler 300
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