Would love to owe another
Has way more going on then most cars of that time. Fast looks good and always a dream to drive from a hard day at work
Smooth riding, comfortable car that is just Bad@$$
Hard to beat the room, power and style of the first gen 300C’s. I have owned a couple of them now, and will probably always have one.
Most unreliable car.
I've spend an average of 4000$ a year on technical issues alone, without maintenance. Though I hesitated due to the unreliable reputation of Chrysler, I eventually bought him as I was told the engine in the 300C was German-made (Mercedes). But I underestimated the huge possible list of flaws in terms of electric component issues. Love the timeless design, comfort & performance, but... the constant technical issues were unbelievable. Honestly, every time I turned the ignition I hoped the car would actually start. Often it didn't even start due to a technical issue, which various Chrysler garages spend hours on trying to fix. It cost thousands of $$$$$ without ever being solved. Chrysler's helpdesk, though friendly, is a disaster in terms of taking responsibility of known official flaws. They always deflected the issues trying to shift the blame to another unrecognized issue so they wouldn't have to pay the costs themselves. Never ever will I touch a Chrysler again. It's a shame, because the exterior/interior design is really great. So, please, please be warned: Don't make the same mistake I did, spare yourself the costs of driving an extremely unreliable car. They'll suck your wallet dry.