Limited 4dr All-wheel Drive Sedan
2020 Chrysler 300

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Now in its 15th model year, the 2020 Chrysler 300 is among the last of its breed. Most automakers have dropped those big bodies-or even abandoned sedans entirely.

Serving as a sophisticated counterpart to Dodge's slick Charger, with which it shares most mechanical components, the 300 ranks as an honest, authentic touring sedan. With its rear-drive configuration, Chrysler's four-door also is an alternative to today's front-wheel-drive models. All-wheel drive is available for those who need the added traction.

Nothing notable has changed for the 2020 model year, except for the addition of a Red S Appearance package that features black and red detail work, along with 20-inch black wheels. A Radar Red interior is available, too.

Five trim levels are offered: Touring, Touring L, 300S, 300 Limited, and 300C. Most 300 models employ a fuss-free 292-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6. (In 300S models, it's retuned to an even 300 hp).

A traditional 5.7-liter V-8, generating 363 horsepower and 394 pound-feet of torque, is standard in the 300C and optional for the 300S. That well-proven engine performs precisely the task expected from this defiantly all-American sedan.

Some active-safety systems are available, led by automatic emergency braking and blind-spot monitors, but they cost extra. The NHTSA gave the Chrysler 300 a four-star rating overall and for frontal impact. The federal agency gave it a five-star score for side impact. The IIHS rated it 'Good'? in moderate overlap and side-impact tests, but only 'Marginal'? in the small overlap test.
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Now in its 15th model year, the 2020 Chrysler 300 is among the last of its breed. Most automakers have dropped those big bodies-or even abandoned sedans entirely.

Serving as a sophisticated counterpart to Dodge's slick Charger, with which it shares most mechanical components, the 300 ranks as an honest, authentic touring sedan. With its rear-drive configuration, Chrysler's four-door also is an alternative to today's front-wheel-drive models. All-wheel drive is available for those who need the added traction.

Nothing notable has changed for the 2020 model year, except for the addition of a Red S Appearance package that features black and red detail work, along with 20-inch black wheels. A Radar Red interior is available, too.

Five trim levels are offered: Touring, Touring L, 300S, 300 Limited, and 300C. Most 300 models employ a fuss-free 292-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6. (In 300S models, it's retuned to an even 300 hp).

A traditional 5.7-liter V-8, generating 363 horsepower and 394 pound-feet of torque, is standard in the 300C and optional for the 300S. That well-proven engine performs precisely the task expected from this defiantly all-American sedan.

Some active-safety systems are available, led by automatic emergency braking and blind-spot monitors, but they cost extra. The NHTSA gave the Chrysler 300 a four-star rating overall and for frontal impact. The federal agency gave it a five-star score for side impact. The IIHS rated it 'Good'? in moderate overlap and side-impact tests, but only 'Marginal'? in the small overlap test.
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$41,345 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
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Engine 3.6L V-6
MPG 18 City / 27 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 8-spd auto w/OD
Power 292 @ 6350 rpm
Drivetrain all wheel
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