2010 300 Owner Reviews (3)
Review of 2010 Chrysler 300
ratbat53 Aug 01, 2010
Review of 2010 Chrysler 300
donovansdanes May 02, 2010
We just purchased a Chrysler 300C AWD with the HEMI, and loaded to the hilt. and I've got to admit going from a 07 Cadillac Escalade ESV, its quite a change. We looked at and test drove a 2010 Cadillac DTS, and believe it or not we were more impressed with the Chrysler 300C. The Chrysler actually has more leg room for rear passengers and deeper seat cushion depth, then the DTS. This is our first Chrysler product. So time will tell. But overall we're very pleased with the overall size, handling, comfort and interior of the 300C.
My personal opinion!
myjo67 Apr 29, 2010
My husband & I got a Chry.300 Touring on 4/22/10. We went from a Ford F350 dually diesel to this car. I have to say although it is a drastic change, the 300 is making it easy. I am a bit fearful of now being so low, however the weight and size of the 300 feels great. The ride is smooth. Driving is tight, handles great, eccelerates nice and once you come off the gas it continues to keep up the speed awhile. The braking is easy and smooth for the weight and size of the car. Inside the radio options are fantastic, to have a hard drive & usb where we can download our music and not carry a cd case around I love. Plus we don't have to change out the discs in the case anymore. If we get new music we just add it in and if we get tired of something we can delete it. In Yuma, AZ we won't likely use the heated seats much, but when those cold mornings come it is there. The option to have personal temperature control is awesome if my feet get cold from all the A/C I can adjust my side, that had to be a woman's idea! It is so roomy and comfortable inside also. I love the leather seats, the support feels really good. The ability to shift the seats up, back, down and forward, whether it be the bottom actual seat or the backrest, I can get the perfect position whether driving or riding as the passenger. The back seats fold down forward for extra hauling room, which I have already had to do. I look forward to a good long trip to San Diego soon because I believe the car will show its performance abilities in the best light. The only two negatives we have come across is my husband feels like the drivers seat is tipping him to the right and that he is slipping around in the seat on turns, I have not felt that. The thing we both noticed is that there is a poor visual or blind spot where the back windows meet the panel then lead into the back window. That panel just creates a unsure/unsafe feeling when backing out of our driveway or places when we are out. Overall we are enjoying the car.
Own or Drive this Vehicle? Write a Review
- Volvo shoots for self-drivers by 2021
- Jeep spends $1 billion on factories
- Find Parts & Accessories for your vehicle!
- Obama rolls out new EV plan
- Infiniti dealers ranked best, Tesla worst
- Compare Volvo XC90 and Lincoln MKX
Research another vehicle
- Alfa Romeo
- Aston Martin
- Land Rover