2007 Chrysler 300

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$24,445 - $31,200
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Engine Engine 2.7LV-6
MPG MPG 21 City / 28 Hwy
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2007 300 Overview

Smooth, quiet operation, tight handling, space, luxury: The Chrysler 300 sedan has it all, at attractive prices.Yet what the 300 has more than anything is bold styling that appeals to a lot of people.

The Chrysler 300 line offers a wide range of engines and amenities.The base model comes well-equipped for less than $25,000, with a frugal V6.The Touring model adds leather, amenities and a more powerful V6 for about $28,000.The 300C offers a truly powerful Hemi V8, with Chrysler's fuel-saving Multi Displacement System, and it can be equipped with most of the gizmos and luxury features available today.

The 2007 lineup includes new long-wheelbase models.Aimed primarily at the chauffeur-driven executive class, they may also appeal to families.The longer wheelbase turns the 300's roomy back seat into something past cavernous, with more leg room than just about anything on the road.Great for tall folks or anyone who likes space and convenience.These long-wheelbase models can be equipped with custom features such writing tables and foot rests.

The Chrysler 300 marked a return to rear-wheel drive for large American sedans, and we consider that a benefit.Rear-wheel drive adds to the driving pleasure, which is partly why luxury sedans and sports car have traditionally used it.The traction and stability electronics are well sorted and effective on this car, delivering good all-season performance.All-wheel drive is an option for those who live in the snow belt.With the big-torque V8, it also allows something buyers have been seeking through sport-utility vehicles: enough towing capacity to pull a lightweight trailer.

The Chrysler 300 models are comfortable.They're also responsive for large cars.The 300C delivers thrilling acceleration and the SRT-8 true high performance in civilized fashion.Think of it as Detroit's answer to the BMW M5 or the Mercedes E63 AMG, for about $30,000 less.

Then there's the styling, inside and out, where this car makes no apologies.It won't be mistaken for any other sedan the road.It can be trimmed with chrome, mono-chrome and various wheels to look stately and elegant or downright mean.

The Chrysler 300 delivers impressive value, but emphasizing the cost/benefit ratio may minimize its other strengths.The 300s are good, appealing cars, and they've set the benchmark for Detroit's car builders.
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2007 300 Overview

Smooth, quiet operation, tight handling, space, luxury: The Chrysler 300 sedan has it all, at attractive prices.Yet what the 300 has more than anything is bold styling that appeals to a lot of people.

The Chrysler 300 line offers a wide range of engines and amenities.The base model comes well-equipped for less than $25,000, with a frugal V6.The Touring model adds leather, amenities and a more powerful V6 for about $28,000.The 300C offers a truly powerful Hemi V8, with Chrysler's fuel-saving Multi Displacement System, and it can be equipped with most of the gizmos and luxury features available today.

The 2007 lineup includes new long-wheelbase models.Aimed primarily at the chauffeur-driven executive class, they may also appeal to families.The longer wheelbase turns the 300's roomy back seat into something past cavernous, with more leg room than just about anything on the road.Great for tall folks or anyone who likes space and convenience.These long-wheelbase models can be equipped with custom features such writing tables and foot rests.

The Chrysler 300 marked a return to rear-wheel drive for large American sedans, and we consider that a benefit.Rear-wheel drive adds to the driving pleasure, which is partly why luxury sedans and sports car have traditionally used it.The traction and stability electronics are well sorted and effective on this car, delivering good all-season performance.All-wheel drive is an option for those who live in the snow belt.With the big-torque V8, it also allows something buyers have been seeking through sport-utility vehicles: enough towing capacity to pull a lightweight trailer.

The Chrysler 300 models are comfortable.They're also responsive for large cars.The 300C delivers thrilling acceleration and the SRT-8 true high performance in civilized fashion.Think of it as Detroit's answer to the BMW M5 or the Mercedes E63 AMG, for about $30,000 less.

Then there's the styling, inside and out, where this car makes no apologies.It won't be mistaken for any other sedan the road.It can be trimmed with chrome, mono-chrome and various wheels to look stately and elegant or downright mean.

The Chrysler 300 delivers impressive value, but emphasizing the cost/benefit ratio may minimize its other strengths.The 300s are good, appealing cars, and they've set the benchmark for Detroit's car builders.Hide Full Review