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By Cars.com Staff
September 1, 2009
Vehicle Overview The 300 comes with a choice of two V-6s, while the 300C has Hemi V-8 power. That car is listed separately in the Cars.com Research section. The 300 is offered in Touring, Touring Signature and Limited trim levels for rear-wheel-drive models and Touring Signature and Limited for the all-wheel-drive 300. Chrysler 300 competitors include the Ford Taurus and Chevrolet Impala.
New for 2010 There are no significant changes for 2010.
Exterior The 300 looks bold and imposing, flaunting a distinctive shape for a sedan. There are optional automatic headlamps. Base models have heated mirrors, and there are optional auto-dimming, fold-away mirrors with memory features.
17- or 18-inch wheels
Standard power trunklid release
Optional power sunroof
Optional chrome window surrounds
Interior The 300 can seat five. Available options include a premium sound package from Boston Acoustics and an iPod interface with Chrysler's UConnect hands-free phone system. Limited and Signature trims include dual-zone automatic climate control.
Many chrome accents throughout the interior
AM/FM/six-CD/DVD/MP3 radio, available touch-screen and 30GB hard drive
Illuminated cupholders in front
Trunk includes cargo net, grocery-bag hooks, trunk scuff plate and trunk deck-lid liner
Under the Hood Two V-6 engines are available, and the optional all-wheel-drive system features Chrysler's active transfer case and front-axle disconnect that automatically disengages the front axle from the drivetrain when all-wheel drive is not needed, in an effort to increase fuel economy.
178-horsepower, 2.7-liter V-6 with 190 pounds-feet of torque
250-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 with 250 pounds-feet of torque
Four- or five-speed automatic transmission
Safety Antilock brakes, traction control and an electronic stability system are optional on the base sedan and standard on higher trim levels.
Standard side curtain airbags
Available SmartBeam headlights automatically dim when they sense approaching traffic
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