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Chrysler 300

The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

By Larry Printz on March 7, 1999

It's often amazing to me to read the glowing memories that most people above a certain age have of automobiles they saw in their youth. Call it a generation gap if you will, but those of u... Read More
KansasCity.com's view

By Tom Strongman on September 26, 1998

Chrysler's 300M and LHS are fraternal twins: born at the same time, with the same DNA (mechanical underpinnings) and distinct, yet familial, looks. If they were people, the 300M would be a tr... Read More
The Detroit News's view

By Anita And Paul Lienert on September 9, 1998

Say "hemi" to Paul, and he's suddenly transported back to a more perfect automotive era, the age of the mighty Chrysler 300 "letter" cars. Say "hemi" to Anita, and her first thought is fix he... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

By Richard Truett on August 28, 1998

It's strange how things work out. Chrysler finally turns the corner and builds a world-class car - the 300M - and then the whole company gets gobbled up by Mercedes-Benz. Later this fall, Mer... Read More
Our view: 1999 Chrysler 300M

By Al Haas on August 9, 1998

To most of us W-2 schlubs, a car costing between $28,000 and $36,000 would seem pretty darn luxurious. But to the auto industry, a car in that price range is only "near-luxury" or "entry-level lux... Read More
Detroit Newspapers's view

By Tony Swan on May 21, 1998

Assuming you can remember the first 12 entries in Chrysler's 300 series -- a good-sized assumption, since entry No. 12, the 300 L, came along for the 1966 model year -- you may wonder what th... Read More
The Detroit News's view

By Paul Lienert on May 6, 1998

Back in the mid-60s, our family owned several Chrysler Corp. products, including a Newport and a 300. Not the more powerful 300L, mind you, just the garden-variety 300 four-door hardtop. The 1965 ... Read More
chicagotribune.com's view

By Jim Mateja on May 3, 1998

The entry-level luxury market is getting more crowded as Chrysler Corp. has begun shipping a new pair of image-conscious sedans--the Chrysler LHS and Chrysler 300M--to showrooms. Both are built o... Read More
KansasCity.com's view

By Tom Strongman on May 1, 1998

ATLANTA--The serpentine road through the Chattahoochee National Forest was the perfect place for Chrysler to introduce journalists to its European-inspired 300M performance sedan and the more luxu... Read More
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