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Excellent driving machine
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By Don S.
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2007 Chrysler 300 Touring 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)


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I bought a 2000 300m new, and loved it for 6 years. Picked up the 2007 Touring (ex-Rental) for 14K at a local GM dealer, added chrome 18" 300c wheels and Goodyear Eagle Response Edge tires. What a difference! It now handles like my old 300m which had a 'performance/handling package'. Same 3.5L V6 moves it around pretty well, and gets 27 mpg highway. I drive windy mountain roads daily, and use the auto-stick to keep it in 3rd up to 45mph. On the hwy, it slips into 5th, and just flat cruises. RWD took some time to adjust to, but handles well. The stock stereo sounds almost as good as the old 300m. The aux jack connects to an MP3 player or ??. GSM replaces compass/computer.


Best Features

5 speed auto-stick, comfy (heated) front seats, styling, ride, handling


Worst Features

Stock touring tires (Goodyear Integrity 215/65/17) make it handle like a boat. Get 18" wheels and Goodyear Eagle Response Edge 235/60/18s. I filled mine with Nitrogen. You'll thank me next time you turn a corner.


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My second 300C
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By me
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2007 Chrysler 300 C 4dr Sedan AWD (5.7L 8cyl 5A)


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This is my second 300C, after trading in a 2005 RWD. The first one was an early build, first model year and it had several small annoyances, some of which were fixed under warranty. The 2007 has been problem-free. AWD is great in a car like this, you can take off in any weather with no wheel hop; not that RWD was unusable in snow, but the OEM Continental tires that wore out in 10K miles were the real culprit. Your mileage may vary, but it can honestly get 25mpg with the car loaded and the A/C on in hilly terrain.


Best Features

Comfort, leg room, decent trunk, that HEMI growl and performance.


Worst Features

Better interior finishes, selectable tighter steering, selectable economy/sport mode (AFAIC any time the cruise control is on, it should hold onto lockup longer).


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By Lawrence Harper
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2007 Chrysler 300 C 4dr Sedan (5.7L 8cyl 5A)


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This is one of the most classically designed reasonably priced vehicles on the road today. Chrysler 300C needs about a 30% Improvement in interior & rear traction Imperfections to be the best model on the market, in its category. Most serious problem with Model 300C Non-Four Wheel Drive is a "Serious Lack of Rear Traction, in Snow".


Best Features

Exterior design, interior features such as computer read outs, front heated seats,serious radio,power seats,leather interior, external power mirrors,power garage door openers,auto high beam selector,etc.


Worst Features

Visability limited,need arm rests on seats. glove box too far back, Cruise control could be better located, All models should be front wheel or four wheel drive,TB-Legal.I had the terrifying experience of driving this car in a snow storm, literally taking my life in my hands, couldn't go over 20-MP.


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Great Bang for the Buck!
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By jcvpw
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2007 Chrysler 300 SRT-8 4dr Sedan (6.1L 8cyl 5A)


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This car has been fantastic. Can't complain about anything. Even the gas mileage for a 425 hp car is above average. I can get 23 mpg on the freeway on long trips. I am 6'8'' and 300 lbs and this is the first car that I have owned that an adult can actually sit behind me while I am driving. If you are looking for a fun, fast, family car that competes with the Germans, take a look at this one.


Best Features

6.1L, Brakes, Wheels, Seats, Lifetime Powertrain Warranty, and Stereo


Worst Features

Needs Variable Displacement for 6.1L


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WOW! Just what the doctor ordered
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By alocke54
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2007 Chrysler 300 Touring 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)


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I have been looking for a great deal on the 300 since they came out. Got a smoking deal on a 2007 Dealer car: 6300 miles, 5 speed auto stick (unavailable on the newer 3.5 models), leather, sun roof. Traded in a 2004 Liberty due to the gas mileage. I have just got the 300 and I've averaged 25 MPG! Great for a large car. Golf clubs and three wheel cart fits easily in the trunk. The cruise control is in an odd spot, and the drivers window is the only one with one touch down (Liberty had both front windows one touch down). Ride is excellent, and I am looking forward to a long, happy, and satisfying relationship.


Best Features

5 speed autostick, gas mileage, comfort, dealer support, looks, and build quality.


Worst Features

As most, I would love to relocate the cruise control controls to the steering wheel. Drivers and passengers windows one touch up and down.


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