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Lord blessed me with a great find
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By DE Austin
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2005 Chrysler 300 Sedan C Rwd 4dr Sedan (5.7L 8cyl 5A)


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This car can go - This car is loaded and drives and acts like a luxury car or a fast sports car...Now I am the one asked to driver everywhere. I think Chrysler and Dodge get a bum rap!! The great Lord blessed me with an awesome find...


Best Features

Hemi, rear sensors, All the diagnostics readings, looks, everything really.


Worst Features

In town Gas Mileage.


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rocker panel
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By mary L. Robinson
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2005 Chrysler 300 Sedan Rwd 4dr Sedan (2.7L 6cyl 4A)


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love car, but have had some unusual problems, like the rocker panel dropping off. Has anyone else had thia problem? Had to replace brake rotors and pads at a cost of 743.00 at 22000 miles . Brakes still squeaking, even when I'm not braking. Just had to have suspension work done that cost me 1100.00 and replacement of rocker panel me 389.00. all of this on a car with 49000.00 and also a new set of tires. the originals were so worn.


Best Features

style and size.


Worst Features

put better tires on car and extend warranty to at least 50000.00 miles.


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very dissaified owner of a 300 limited
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By joe
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2005 Chrysler 300 Sedan Touring Rwd 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 4A)


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i bought my 300 limited new 2005 first problem the left back and quarter panel primer was showing through the paint took car back to dealer car was repaired. At 49000 miles car would smoke out the exhaust when started after setting over night using almost 2 quarts of oil in 2000 miles seals around valve stems were shot 1500 dollar repair bill. I have traded this vehicle no more chrysler card or truck in this household.


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My 300C
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By Tony
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2005 Chrysler 300 Sedan C Rwd 4dr Sedan (5.7L 8cyl 5A)


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I love this car, most fun driving it than any car I've owned in over 40 years (including an early 60's T-Bird and a '67 Cougar). After 4 years with this car I still get lots of looks and comments about the style. Wife won't even let me consider buying another car. Car is comfortable to ride in, and has more legroom than a friend's Lexus.


Best Features

HEMI engine! We replaced the stock grill for a Bentley look alike. Love the split fold down rear seats (which is not available in many large sedans).


Worst Features

(a) Car needs a passenger side entry/exit assist handle. (b) Would have loved a Heads Up Display option (similar to many GM models). (c) Car needs an interior gas filler door release.


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A Dream
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By GooseLyne
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2005 Chrysler 300 Sedan Rwd 4dr Sedan (2.7L 6cyl 4A)


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Sole owner from 3 miles to recently rolling over 145000. Five years of ownership and all I have replaced is a EGR Valve last May and a rear speaker that I blew out myself. To compare this car to a Audi or Honda or Toyota is a huge mistake. They have no where near the same in-cab room and feeling of comfort on the surface of the road. The low-long body allows for tight turns and an excellent grab on the pavement. The small V6 is well enough for highway and in-town acceleration. There is no other car (under 30000 dollars) on the market with an average MPG of 25 to 28 and a presence on the road of captivating aesthetics and size that can swallow similarly priced sedans.


Best Features

Chrysler sedans are commonly known for having a floating or boating like sensation on the road. Picked this vehicle due to its ride and passenger comfort. Excellent traveling vehicle w/ plenty of room in trunk. It holds its own weight even if over correcting or avoiding obstructs on the highway.


Worst Features

No real suggestions...Battery in truck can be slightly inconvenient if carry cargo.


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