2011 Chrysler 300 Limited 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 5A)
I have a 2011 Chrysler 300 Limited the only thing I care about is to 20 inch tires little pricey in my area and as I was changing the oil filter somehow a little piece of plastic retaining spring that looks like it's for a all point pen. That cost $157 because you can't just buy that little piece of plastic other than that I drive it like I stole it it's nothing the crank it up to 120 and just to cruise I do a lot of Maintenance myself I bought it a year ago I put over 30,000 miles I love the car but I do love my Chryslers I had a 2000 Ram and I beat the balls off of that everyday and that ran to the day they got rolled over and it still ran and drove
Its now been 3 years since we purchased our Chrysler 300C sedan and with over 27K miles this car is still simply amazing! Power, comfort and quiet are the hallmark of this beautiful 4-door E class sedan. Its built on a Mercedes E-class platform and delivers every bit of the E-class quality one would expect. Its packed with every imaginable option and drives like a dream. We still love our Chrysler 300C and can highly recommend it to anyone shopping for a large, quality 4-door sedan. Still enjoying this beautiful 300C after 3 years without any significant service issues what-so-ever!
I purchased my Chrysler at the end of 2011 brand new. One year in at 40k miles (I drive for a living it's my work car) I had a check engine light come on. Brought it into the dealer and found out there was damage to a valve. They refused to cover the repair even though it was nothing I had or could have done to cause this. This car was in for every oil change and service mind you.Now here I June 2014 I was on the highway at 65MPH when my car suddenly made a loud pop and locked up.I had it towed two hours back to my dealer to find out the engine had a recall on the timing chain and it had broken and blown the motor. There are no motors and they want to rebuild it after 70% catastrophic damage
Has every feature I wanted with a reasonable price tag
Chrysler refuses to stand behind their vehicles, I will never ever buy another even after buying 4 in a row now and I suggest the same to anyone considering it.
Its now been two years since we purchased our 2011 Chrysler 300C and it is still simply amazing. With a little over 21,700 miles on the odometer, we are still very happy with our 300C. This car continues to ride smooth and quite and has power to spare. We also continue to receive compliments on the look of this beautiful car. One could easily spend $30K more for one of the so-called higher class vehicles, but we really do not see the benefit. If you are looking for a full size, 4-door sedan, we highly recommend the Chrysler 300C.