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2011 Chrysler 300 consumer reviews

$27,170 starting MSRP
side view of 2011 300 Chrysler
95% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.9
  • Interior 4.9
  • Performance 4.8
  • Value 4.8
  • Exterior 5.0
  • Reliability 4.7
Explore the 2011 Chrysler 300

Greatest Luxury-Sports Sedan Out There!

The most beautifully sculpted sedan available on the market. The new 300 Limited is what we selected due the many safety features, unheard of standard features for such an affordable price & the high powered fuel-efficient V6 engine standard on both the 300 and 300 Limited. Gas mileage is in the mid 20's city, about 32 highway. Not bad for such a spacious automobile. The 300 is nicely appointed with remote start, heated front and rear seats and a heated leather and wood trimmed steering wheel. The safety feature include back-up camera, blind spot monitoring, ABS, ESC, forward collision protection, LED lighting inside and out, adaptive cruise control, power adjust foot pedals with memory, auto dimming mirrors, exterior lowering mirrors when backing up (also with memory system), electronic tilt/telescope steering column and so on. The ride, fit and finish, materials, finely grade leather, switches and all exterior and interior trim are flawless and the best of every car (domestic or import) that I have driven in my 70 years. I would spend a little more on the wonderful panoramic tinted glass roof that opens and closes with the touch of a button. This has a built-in safety measure, too, and easy to open or close sunshade. There is a tilt feature when extra ventalation is need. It is especially nice on rainy days. The paint finish is astounding on the 300 series. I inspected a few. I am extremely pleased with my powerful, solid new '11 300 Limited.


Best American Car Ever!

After driving Cadillac's & Lincoln's for decades, including a 2009 Lincoln MKS AWD & 2008 Cadillac DTS, I have finally found the perfect large car ever. My wife's 2010 Caddy CTS is nice, but too small & far costlier than a full-sized Chrysler loaded to the max. My brand new 2011 300 is the Limited model equipped w/ the amazing, highly anticipated all new 3.6 liter Pentastar VVT V6. This new "6" and std. autostick helps in making the 300/300 Limited the most powerful, compliant, smooth riding & precise handling of any & all cars sold today. The silky smooth transmission is matted perfectly w/ the potent new engine while delivering 30 mpg with mixed driving. Amazing. Nearly ordered a 300c version w/ even more horsepower w/ the std. 5.7 liter HEMI V8, but I read so many incredible things about the Pentastar V6 that I choice the RWD Limited model, ordering options to equal the many "must have" features on the HEMI-8 only "C" model. I checked the option boxes for the large tilt/sliding one-touch power operated front-rear panorama roof w/ dual sunscreens; adaptive cruise control; Unconnect Voice Recogntion System/ Garmin Navigation; Bluetooth Telecommunications bundle; ParkSense Rear Park Assist w/ auto-adjust reverse mirrors, blind spot monitors & Parkview Back-up Camera; SIRUS Travel Link; state-of-the-art Alpine 9-unit Speaker System; rear DVD player w/ dual screen; perforated leather bucket seating, rear cabin, trim, shift knob & steering wheel w/ real upscale wood; heated front and rear seating; limited edition MOPAR "Bentley-inspired" front grille & special chrome wheel package; & lustrous 3-coat pearl-affect paint - some options were at no-added cost on the top level Limited V6. The first-rate materials, befitting of the most prestigious & super priced import sports sedan & exotics is what makes the 2011 Chrysler 300 far superior to all cars in its class sold in North America. There is generous room upfront and in back, w/ the right amount of support & cushioning... combined to perfection. The Limited is, in my opinion, the best bargain at Chrysler (& at all of GM & FMC), but considering the price of the even more prestigiously equipped 300c HEMI V8 w/ std. rear-wheel-drive & a unique to Chrysler "fuel saving" technology for nearly $40,000 or slightly more for the AWD/4WD model of 300c... one looking for a premium car with 8 cylinders should be more than pleased w/ the price & content of one of the 300c models. Do not be shy of the RWD 300 if weather is an issue in your driving area. I live in the snowbelt region of New York & am most pleased & delighted w/ the std. anti-skid system, advanced traction control, winter weather packaging, rain brake support, electronic stability control & hill start assist. I could go on forever raving about my new 300 & the many special features & ammenties, but I strongly urge you to take one out for a drive. You will think differently about cars, especially Chrysler. I have never loved a car and driving more than I do owning my new for model-year '11 Chrysler. Hands down.


Best driving performance

It has given me the driving fund. It is perfect in cornering, speed, reliability. Its price is also very reasonable.