2006 Chrysler 300
62,708 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$8,755
Est $126/mo

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2017 Chrysler 300
40,898 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$19,755
Est $285/mo

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2017 Chrysler 300
41,124 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$18,755
Est $270/mo

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2017 Chrysler 300
53,496 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$16,855
Est $243/mo

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2015 Chrysler 300
35,615 Miles | Honolulu, HI
$18,395
Est $265/mo

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2015 Chrysler 300
44,425 Miles | North Lauderdale, FL
$17,499
Est $252/mo

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2016 Chrysler 300
37,561 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$18,199
Est $262/mo

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2016 Chrysler 300
21,356 Miles | North Lauderdale, FL
$19,199
Est $277/mo

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2017 Chrysler 300
29,866 Miles | Miami, FL
$19,999
Est $288/mo

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2016 Chrysler 300
31,672 Miles | Orlando, FL
$15,599
Est $225/mo

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2016 Chrysler 300
42,031 Miles | Orlando, FL
$15,999
Est $231/mo

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2018 Chrysler 300
21,024 Miles | Miami, FL
$18,999
Est $274/mo

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2018 Chrysler 300
22,605 Miles | Orlando, FL
$19,199
Est $277/mo

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2018 Chrysler 300
28,086 Miles | Miami, FL
$19,999
Est $288/mo

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2016 Chrysler 300
23,604 Miles | Miami, FL
$19,499
Est $281/mo

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2016 Chrysler 300
11,137 Miles | Orlando, FL
$20,999
Est $303/mo

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2015 Chrysler 300
42,540 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$13,999
Est $202/mo

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2016 Chrysler 300
18,840 Miles | North Lauderdale, FL
$19,499
Est $281/mo

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2015 Chrysler 300
27,170 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$18,399
Est $265/mo

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2016 Chrysler 300
33,309 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$17,899
Est $258/mo

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Chrysler 300 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.3
60 Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.1
Performance
4.1
Style
4.7
Comfort
4.7
Fuel Economy
3.2
Reliability
4.1

Chrysler 300 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2010 Chrysler 300 - I am very happy with the car. No problems so far.

Chris
Beaumont, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
I like the car. It has a very nice black on black paint scheme and is very attractive. The cars drive very good and is very smooth. I have owned it for 4 years and haven't had any major problems so far. It is very roomy, which I like in a vehicle, and has a very large trunk. The top speed isn't high, which is expected, and the handling is okay. Oil change prices are reasonable as well. I would rate the overall quality good.
Story
I went to a car show that was held on a street and people really loved the car.
Pros
Big car and very roomy. Very comfortable to sit and drive in. Has a very roomy trunk which I like because I'm always carrying many large objects. The paint job is beautiful and weather resistant. Very smooth ride. Rarely feel the road when driving. The car is overall quiet. Haven't had any major repair costs on the vehicle. Also, the speaker system that came with the car was actually very good so I didn't have to purchase too much in order to have decent sound. Good price.
Cons
The car is quite large if you're not used to it. The tires are also not very cheap when it comes time to change them. The smallest tires the car offers are 20 inches. I have also had a couple engine lights come on but they were false positive. This can be alarming when it first happens. The car also doesn't have the best gas mileage being a large car.

2012 Chrysler 300 - Great Luxury Car

Amanda
Sparks, Nevada
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
The vehicle has great feature. All climate and radio controls can be adjusted with the touch screen monitor. The heated seats are a must-have in the winter. The back-up camera is great for getting into those tight spots and ensuring all around you is clear. The car handles great and rides very smoothly.
Story
I drove this vehicle all the way to Colorado, a 13 hour drive. It handled great the whole way. You can feel like you are flying in this car because it is so smooth and you do not even feel like you are trapped in a car for so long.
Pros
My favorite features are the remote start and keyless entry. This makes it much easier to get in the car with your hands full. The remote start is a life saver on cold mornings and even hot afternoons. The climate controls will turn on with the remote start and get the car to be nice and comfortable before you even get inside.
Cons
The car is rear wheel drive which makes for a mess in the wintertime. The power in the car is great but it still struggles on slippery streets. The warning indicator will come on if the car begins to lose traction and it seems to happen even if there is just a little bit of snow on the ground.

2005 Chrysler 300 - Nice mid-size car

Bruce
Washington, District of Columbia
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
1.0
We bought the Chrysler 300 with hemi engine with the idea that this car would be our larger and fancier car. It was five years old when we bought it with a substantial amount of miles, but we thought we got it for a good price, about $15,000.
Story
I remember riding in the 300 down highway 4 with the windows and sunroof open listening to some Sade on our way to our favorite seafood restaurant.
Pros
Again, the pros for the Chrysler 300 and things that we liked about the car was that it was big and roomy, elegant black exterior, powerful Hemi engine, built-in GPS, leather seats, sunroof, and those oh so nice heated front seats were a plus. The car also packed a lot of power. I mean it really did drive fast. I remember pushing from 1 to 60 in a matter of a couple of seconds when driving on the highway. I felt like I was driving on Fast and Furious!
Cons
Again, the cons for the Chrysler 300 and what we did not like so much about the 300 was that because it was older and had a good amount of miles on it we were constantly paying for repairs. Every other month we were fixing something under the hood or brakes, rotors, etc. We ended up putting too much money into this car. I would recommend a new version of the car. We enjoyed it thoroughly, and they have nice features inside and out.

Chrysler 300 Generations

The Chrysler 300 is an American full-size luxury sedan with a front engine and rear-wheel drive or optional all-wheel-drive. It's currently in its second generation. It shares a platform with other large cars from FCA including the Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger.

2011 - Present (Second Generation) LD

The second generation of 300 debuted for the 2011 model year and while it looked new on the exterior and interior, it carried over many of the components on the first generation.

Some of the exterior changes for the second generation 300 included an updated brand emblem, front grille with horizontal slots, LED taillights, LED daytime running strips inside the headlights, bi-xenon HID projector headlights, a raked windshield and thinner roof pillars. New options included 20-inch polished wheels and a panoramic sunroof.

The 2011 300 included four trim levels: Touring, Limited, 300C and 300C AWD. The Touring and Limited trims came standard with a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 that made 292 horsepower. The 300C and 300C AWD came with a 5.7-liter Hemi V8 that put out 363 horsepower.

A new 300 SRT-8 also debuted and it featured a 6.5-liter Hemi V8 that made 470 horsepower and could do zero to 60 in just over four seconds. The SRT also had larger exhaust tips, 20-inch wheels and a lowered sport suspension. The 300 SRT was discontinued for the 2015 model year.

There were several special editions of the 300 in this generation. The Mopar '12 came out for the 2012 model year, the 300S Glacier Edition came out for the 2013 model year, the 300 Motown Edition began sales in 2013, the John Varvatos Edition was available in 2013 and 2014, and the 300S Alloy Edition was announced in 2016. These special editions mostly featured exterior and interior tweaks, but no changes to the powertrain.

A mild facelift of the 300 arrived for the 2015 model year. The exterior was tweaked in the front and back, and a new chrome grille was added with black and silver mesh. Tech and safety features were also upgraded. Some of the new safety features included full-speed forward collision warning with active braking, lane departure warning and full speed-range adaptive cruise control.

Other additions included Bluetooth streaming audio, a seven-inch driver information display, navigation, HD radio and Uconnect voice command.

An eight-speed automatic transmission with rotary shifter was also added across all trims. All V8 engines were offered as rear-wheel drive and the V6 had an AWD option. The SRT was no longer available by this year and two basic trims were offered: the Limited and the S model.

2005 - 2010 (First Generation)

The first generation of 300 debuted for the 2005 model year after making its first appearance at the New York International Auto Show in 2003 as a concept car. Design cues were taken from the old C-300 from the 1950s and 60s and it featured an oversized grille, long hood and a sleek low roofline.

The interior took cues from the Chrysler Chronos concept, with chrome accents and tortoiseshell detailing on the shifter knob and steering wheel.

The 300 was based on the LX platform and retained the rear-wheel drive as well (all-wheel-drive was an option). It added components shared with the W211 Mercedes-Benz E-Class, such as the rear suspension, transmission, steering column, wiring harness and more since Chrysler and Mercedes' parent Daimler were the same company when development started.

A wagon variant was available in Europe, Australia and Japan. While Chrysler didn't bring a wagon to the U.S. market, the 300's close cousin, the Dodge Magnum, was sold in the U.S.

The base 300 model came with a four-speed automatic transmission and a 3.5-liter V6 that put out 190 horsepower. Other features included four-wheel disc brakes, 17-inch wheels, single disc CD player and a power driver's seat. Rear-wheel drive was standard, but AWD was available.

The Touring trim came with a 3.5-liter V6 engine that put out 250 horsepower coupled with a four or five-speed automatic transmission. Other features included 17-inch aluminum wheels, Electronic Stability Program, leather trim seats and remote keyless entry.

In 2009, this trim was renamed the Touring Plus and that remained through the last year of this generation. The Limited trim added 18-inch chrome-plated wheels and roll bars. The highest trim was the 300C; it came with a 5.7-liter, Hemi V8 engine that put out 340 horsepower.

The 300C SRT-8 had a 6.1-liter Hemi V8 that put out 425 horsepower and could go zero to 60 in just under five seconds.

The 300C received the Motor Trend Car of the Year award in 2005 and also made the Ten Best list by Car and Driver for 2005 and 2006. It was named Automobile of the Year by Automobile Magazine in 2005 as well. These and other awards made it one of the more celebrated vehicles of its time.

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