Not only is the Chrysler 300 a large departure from the Concorde/300M models that it replaced, its exaggerated boxiness is unique amongst modern sedans. If the styling doesn't grab attention, the 340hp 5.7L HEMI V8 in the 300C and the 425hp 6.1L HEMI V8 in the 300C SRT-8 will. While the eye catching styling will draw attention on the outside, the low roofline and thick c-pillars can restrict the view from the inside, especially for taller drivers. With classic styling cues, optional HEMI V-8 power and all-wheel-drive, the 300 sedan is decidedly unique.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||Original MSRP
|300 Touring, Limited ||3.5l V6 (250-bhp) ||A5 ||RWD ||$27,825|
|300 Touring, Limited ||3.5l V6 (250-bhp) ||A5 ||AWD ||$29,825|
|300 300C ||5.7l V8 (340-bhp) ||A5 ||RWD ||$33,725|
|300 300C ||5.7l V8 (340-bhp) ||A5 ||AWD ||$35,050|
|300 300C SRT8 ||6.1l V8 (425-bhp) ||A5 ||RWD ||$42,020|
|300 ||2.7l V6 (190-bhp) ||A4 ||RWD ||$23,775|