2007 Chrysler 300C consumer reviews

$35,100–$37,200 MSRP range
side view of 2007 300C Chrysler
94% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.4
  • Performance 4.8
  • Value for the money 4.7
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.7
Explore the 2007 Chrysler 300C

Most reliable car I've owned

I love my little "Red Wagon," I've never had any major problems with it, only just regular maintenance and normal wear and tear! It is a great car for Sunday driving or getting to school and work everyday!


Very good car. I had a 2000 and this is better

This car handles very well in MT where we have long distances and weather. I love the AWD and the traction control and the 3.5 l V-6 is a very durable engine. the one in my 2000 is still running fine at 260,000 miles.


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It was the best....should have kept it.......most comfortable road car I ever had...quiet.....powerful......excellent styling....a pleasure to drive and look at...would buy another one when the time is right...


Very comfortable drive and extremely reliable.

Car has only left me stranded one time. Ignition went out in June of 2020. Had New ignition installed by dealer. as well as new key fob made. car had 76k miles when I purchased. All miles are from travel baseball tourneys. Oil has been changed every 5k. and transmission was serviced at 80k.


this car has far exceeds any other car i have had

315000 miles or 505000 kms and climbing still looks great and runs excellent alot of regular maintenance as expected but only minor and minimal repairs in all 1/2 million kms i will be sad to see it go when its at the end but curios to see how far it will go overall



This is one of the powerful cars I have owned, I like to hit the high ways and even in the city the car is comfy and great luxurious choice.


Truly a 4 door beast in 2007,

I have owed the 300c srt8 for 12 years now, Silver/black all add on's (47k msrp) – Only mod (muffler delete and CAI) Pros: Sound, comfort, big, power, boxy stance, big front facia, dual exhaust tips, visibility, and much more. Cons: Part expensive, maintenance is about avg $500 a year, mpg pretty crappy about 14 avg. Front suspension has to be replace after 70k miles. RWD is pretty bad in heavy rain and snow.


300C SRT8

In South Africa people usually go for smaller cars. I had it since I was 24 and I am 30 now and my 2007 SRT8 has met all my expectations and it's easy to maintain for a 12 year old car. The old folks tell me to keep it because it can go forever.


Never let me down

Always had a love for the body styling of the 300. The srt-8 version took that styling a step further so I went on the hunt to find one. Glad I did. Car rides good with very good performance. Seats are by far the best of both worlds. Comfortable and sporty. It does drink gas but what would you expect from a 425hp v8 engine. The car has a bulky feel like a tank which is a good things as far as safety is concerned. I love the 1st gen 300's


A great find

Vintage Chrysler 300C with the 385HP HEMI.... and low miles 65K Clean with a complete work up from new tires to brakes . Good Times !