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Today's Deal - Chrysler 300

Chrysler 300 Sedans for sale near you

What Edmunds Says

With an impressive mix of style, power, luxury and value, the 2015 Chrysler 300 remains a top pick among full-size sedans.

Pros

Iconic style and road presence; eight-speed automatic transmission now standard with V8 engine; upgraded tech features and smartphone integration.

Cons

Despite V8's new transmission, no gains in fuel economy.

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2015 Chrysler 300 Sedan

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What's New for 2015

For 2015, the Chrysler 300 features new lines and style, upgraded safety tech and connectivity and an eight-speed automatic transmission across the line. The SRT8 model is discontinued -- for now, at least.

Introduction

The 2015 Chrysler 300 kicks off the model's second decade of production. For such a significant milestone, the celebration is subdued. This redesigned, third-generation model looks more distinguished inside and out. It now plays better with your gadgets. It offers enhanced safety features and there's now one transmission across the board. But otherwise, the 2015 Chrysler 300 carries on as before with a classic combination of V6 and V8 power, rear-wheel drive and a full-size sedan footprint.

And that's not a bad thing. This big American sedan still manages that rare feat of making you feel like a million bucks, minus the millionaire stress. For 2015, the grille trades traditional slats for honeycomb mesh, accented by LED running lights. The instrument panel and console look more refined and there's a new rotary-style transmission shifter. There's also a new eight-speed automatic transmission for V8 models, a new power steering system and new tech features like adaptive cruise control and a forward collision warning system.

What Will Make It Go?
The 2015 Chrysler 300's base engine is a 3.6-liter V6 rated at 292 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque (opting for the 300S trim level bumps output to 300 hp and 264 lb-ft). Paired with an eight-speed automatic, the V6 returns 23 mpg combined (19 mpg city/31 highway).

If power is a priority, an optional 5.7-liter V8 delivers 363 hp and 394 lb-ft of torque. This year, the V8 finally gets an eight-speed automatic transmission, a significant improvement on the previous five-speed auto.

All 300 models come standard with rear-wheel drive. All-wheel drive is optional on V6 models only.

What's It Like Inside?
Already a fine place to sit as a driver or passenger, the Chrysler 300 cabin receives only subtle upgrades. These include nicer gauges, improved materials and a rotary-dial shifter that replaces a conventional gear stalk.

The large, 8.4-inch touchscreen offers improved control of more integrated smartphone apps, a WiFi hotspot, three available audio systems -- including those from Beats Audio and Harman Kardon -- and emergency roadside assistance.

How Many Styles and Trim Levels Are There?
The 2015 Chrysler 300 offers only a single, full-size sedan body style available in four trim levels. The Limited comes nicely equipped (leather upholstery, heated seats) and offers all-wheel drive, but only comes with a V6.

The 300S features subtle design differences, a more powerful V6, an optional V8 and all-wheel drive. Further luxury appointments comes with the 300C and 300C Platinum, the latter featuring even nicer cabin materials including Napa leather, a leather-wrapped instrument panel and center console, and 20-inch wheels.

A rearview camera is standard on all but the base model (it's optional), while available safety tech includes front and rear parking sensors, a blind-spot warning system and rear cross-traffic alert.

Adaptive cruise control is also new for 2015, as is a forward collision warning system that can bring the 300 to a full stop in some situations. Lane departure warning, lane keeping assist and bright adaptive bi-xenon headlights are also optional.

The 470-hp SRT8 model is gone for 2015, although we don't rule out its appearance for 2016.

When Is It Available and How Much?
The 2015 Chrysler 300 will arrive at dealers in the first quarter of 2015. Base prices range from $32,390 for the base Limited model to $43,390 for the top 300C Platinum model.

That top-range price puts the 300C in line with the Chevrolet SS, one of the few other brawny full-size, rear-drive sedans. The SS is a specialized car, however, one that balances family-size utility with raw, old-school power and performance.

The Kia Cadenza is a more sedate choice with generous features, a handsome interior and a lower price than many competitors, while the Toyota Avalon reigns supreme among full-size front-drive sedans with class-leading refinement, handling and fuel economy.

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