2012 Chrysler 300 Consumer Review: great long distance cruiser

2012 Chrysler 300 - Consumer Review

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Base Sedan (3.6L V6 FFV 8-speed Automatic)

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great long distance cruiser
By deaconbluz on


2012 Chrysler 300 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 8A)


I am an atypical consumer. I ride my bike to work and would prefer to have a Prius as my car. But I am afraid to fly and frequently take road trips of 4,000 miles. The Chrysler 300 was the quietest and most comfortable car I could afford. I paid $22,612 for the base model with the 8 speed transmission at Orange Coast Chrysler in Costa Mesa. I like the keyless entry and startup. The seats are very comfortable with multiple power adjustments.The ride is smooth , but not sporty. That said, it maneuvers very well for such alarge car. It is a little quieter than my 2011 Camry. The 8 speed is very responsive and you don't notice it being busy. I have never had a luxury car before so can't compar

Best Features

Quiet ride. 8 speed transmission. Free satellite radio for one year. Comfortable seats. Keyless entry and start. Styling. Value. Reliability is an unkown so I would like a better warranty

Worst Features

Improved mpg if possible. I don't like the shifter. It doesn't have notches and you often get neutral when you want drive or reverse.
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