I have had my 2011 Chrysler 300 for 3 weeks now and I am thoughly impressed with the car. The 2011 Chrysler 300 has very high build quality, everyone comments on how well made and attractive the interior of the car is. Chryslers new 3.6 V6 Pentastar is excellent, the engine is very powerfull and gets excellent gas mileage, I am averaging over 20 miles per gallon, driving around town. I have not taken my car on a long highway trip yet, but I am sure this car will easily get 30 miles a gallon on the highway on long trips. The Chrysler 300 rides extreamly smooth, is very roomy and is extreamly quiet, it is a true luxury car! Thank you Chrysler and Fiat for making such a wonderful car!
We've had our Chrysler 300 for about 3 months now, and we are overjoyed with the car so far. I bought it for my wife, and she fell in love with it instantly. We traded in our Honda Civic for the Chrysler 300 limited, and have no regrets. The interior design is awesome. The exterior design is marvelous, and always turn heads. We bought the brilliant black color. I love the halo-type daytime running headlights, they give the car the same luxury look as Audi and Mercedes. The 3.6 liter V6 engine is very peppy. The overall ride of the car is very comfortable. We rented this car before we bought it. I would recommend this vehicle especially if you're looking for luxury car at a good price.
Beautiful american sedan with style, design, and power to draw attention!
Bad paint quality (look-up paint chipping off of hood and body panels)
Electronic Quirks (look-up problems with stereo, and blind spot system)
Reliability Issues (see popular quality awards)
Poor Build Quality (look-up issues with front lights pooling water, and problems with powertrain)
The negative problems and Chrysler's continued lack of attention to quality and consumer preference unfortunately far outweigh the beauty and power.
I bought my 2011 300 Limited in August, 2011, and so far I love the car.
I have the Tungsten grey with panaramic roof, 20" upgraded wheels, and it's a head turner.
I have just over 3k miles on it so far and have been averaging around 20 to 21 in mostly city driving.
I drove Honda/Acura's for 20+ years and I think the options on this car for the price couldn't be beat.
I recently rented a Cadillac DTS while on vacation and think my 300's ride is much better than the Caddy and the 300's interior has better quality interior materials. Overall, the 300 feels richer than the Cadillac (IMO).
I love my 300 and am looking forward to my first road trip in it this Christmas.
I purchased a 2006 Chrysler 300C with the hemi years ago, and loved it. The 06 300c was flooded, and I replaced it with a certified used 08benz ML500 (worst vehicle I’ve owned).
After seeing the new 300, it made me miss the low maintenance, great handling, and style of my 300.
So I traded the Mercedes in last month after less than a year, and purchased a limited 300 with upgraded sound, navigation, and panoramic sunroof.
The Chrysler’s style, power train, and interior have won me overI get good fuel economy, smooth ride, love the huge touch screen nav, with gas, food, movie, and news finder feature through sirus.
The engine seems a little noisy At times.