The eight-speed automatic transmission is standard with the V-6 engine, and leather upholstery and heated front seats are now standard. The V-6 in the 300S model makes 300 horsepower ? 8 hp more than the regular V-6 ? thanks to a cold-air induction system and a revised exhaust system. A black roof is optional for the 300S, and the optional Garmin-based navigation system gains improved 3D-map and route-guidance graphics. A new 300 Glacier model features all-wheel drive, body-color and gloss-black exterior accents, 19-inch aluminum wheels, cloth/leather-trimmed seats, piano-black accents, a leather-wrapped thick-rim steering wheel and Glacier logos. The Chrysler 300 is a full-size four-door sedan that comes in a variety of models to suit a style, performance, or set of features. Whether V6 or V8 and regardless of model it's a roomy, comfortable, quiet cruiser. The Chrysler 300 has all the heritage traits of an American luxury sedan such as room, comfort, endless features and amenities, power and a degree of presence, yet is also has good road manners, stops and changes directions as well as it goes. It also has a distinctive look ever harder to find in this era of economy-driven aerodynamics, pedestrian impact standards and corporate styling. If you are in search of a new Chrysler 300 in the West Palm Beach and Boynton Beach area, Arrigo Dodge Chrysler Jeep of Palm Beach is your answer, view our large inventory today.
The front of the Chrysler 300 looks like a large sedan version of the
Chrysler 200 midsize sedan and Town & Country minivan, with many of
the same visual cues in the grille, headlamps, air intakes and front
bumper. It's much sleeker and more rounded at the nose, but carries a
much lower aerodynamic drag coefficient because of the rounded elements
and the very laid-back windshield angle. Neither the windshield nor the
rear window carries any bright moldings at all, unusual for a luxury
car, but it works on the 300. The profile of the Chrysler 300 shows pronounced wheel lips front and
rear, and they are connected by a sharp body line that starts at the
trailing edge of the front wheel well and rises continuously to finish
at the side of the tail lamps. That line, coupled with the larger side
windows, narrower pillars, and another sculpted line at the bottom of
the doors, does wonders to slim down and muscle up the look of the 300. At the rear, there's a chrome bar running across the bottom edge of the
decklid between the new vertical LED taillamps and a tall, flat rear
bumper between the exhaust outlets that widens the look of the car at
the rear. The execution of the LED daytime running lights at the front
and the LED rear lamps is excellent. The S and SRT have deeper panels
and a lip spoiler for stability.
Chrysler 300 Limited upgrades to leather upholstery, 8-speed automatic, remote start, fog lamps, 18-inch wheels, 276-watt Alpine audio system, power passenger seat, and heated front seats. Chrysler 300 Limited AWD features all-wheel drive, bigger brakes and 19-inch wheels. The Luxury Group includes fancier leather, Olive wood trim, heated/cooled front seats and cupholders, heated rear seats, wood and leather wrapped heated power tilt/telescoping steering wheel, power adjustable pedals, driver memory system, power rear sunshade and auto-dimming exterior mirrors. A SafetyTec package adds adaptive cruise control with collision warning, adaptive bi-Xenon SmartBeam headlamps, blind-spot and cross-path detection, rain-sensing wipers, front and rear park sensors, and rear fog lamps.
Chrysler 300C and 300C AWD come with a 363-hp 5.7-liter V8, 5-speed automatic and bigger brakes. Standard equipment mirrors the 300 Limited with Luxury Group and navigation, but with Olive wood optional. Also available: premium audio systems, SafetyTec package, moonroof, 19 and 20-inch wheels.
Chrysler 300S comes with a choice of V6 8-speed automatic with AWD; V8 5-speed automatic with AWD. S denotes body-color trim with gloss-black grille and headlight trim, matte carbon and piano-black cabin trim, 300S logo on cloth (V6) or leather (V8) seats, and the Beats By Dr. Dre sound system. The S V8 also gets rear sunshade, rain-sensing wipers, and performance-tuned steering. 300S options include UConnect with 8.4-inch touch screen, Garmin navigation, Sirius Travel Link with Real Time Traffic and Sirius satellite radio.Chrysler 300 SRT8 comes with a 470-hp 6.4-liter V8, five-speed automatic, 20-inch forged aluminum wheels, Bilstein adaptive damping, and unique suspension and stability control calibration, brakes and tires. It also includes new nose and tail sections, sport seats with suede inserts, SRT-specific instrumentation and driver information, and a one-day driving experience on track with professional driver instruction. Most 300-line features are standard on the SRT8 though there are some options: three-season performance tires, moonroof, SafetyTec package, Harman/Kardon audio , black chrome package and premium leather package.