A Look Inside the 2023 Chrysler 300
The Chrysler 300 divides its fans–some believe it’s a dying breed of a sedan that’s overshadowed by SUVs, while others recognize it for all its muscle. Whether enthusiasts love or hate the design, there’s one thing about the Chrysler 300 that stands the test of time–its value and overall quality. For starters, the Chrysler 300 features an available 5.7-liter HEMI V8 engine that’s hard to come by in sedans. When powered by the HEMi engine, the Chrysler 300 produces 363 horsepower and up to 394 lb-ft of torque–all paired with an all-wheel drive system. Standard beneath the hood is the tried and true 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine which generates 292 horsepower and up to 260 lb-ft of torque for buyers prioritizing fuel efficiency.
Perhaps another highlight of the Chrysler 300 is the fact that it’s well-built. The model features impressive handling for its size and is complete with some of the most desired advanced safety features. Highly functional and more than capable of delivering exceptional value for its buyers, the Chrysler 300 really shines when it comes to the interior of its cabin.
Stripped of distracting materials and features, the Chrysler 300’s interior cabin is straightforward in its layout and materials. Buyers who prefer a more conventional cabin will be happy with the 300’s layout as it avoids some of the more disruptive screens and touchscreen surfaces that plague so many others in the industry. The best and most poignant feature of the Chrysler 300’s cabin is not only its available cargo room, but also its excellent head- and leg-room. Configured for up to five passengers, the Chrysler 300 features 106 cubic feet of passenger volume. Maximum cargo room taps out at 16.3 cubic feet as long as the back seats are folded.
Comfort is also of the essence as the Chrysler 300 features Nappa leather-trimmed sport bucket seats. If Nappa leather seats don’t make the cut, buyers can also choose from different materials (depends on the trim and chosen seat types) and colors to boost the interior. While the Chrysler 300 does avoid having too many touchscreen surfaces, it doesn’t shy away from offering plenty of top-notch features. Buyers can opt for eight-way power-adjustable front seats or four-way power-adaptable lumbar components, giving buyers a comfort boost, especially on long-distance trips.
Another feature recently added to the Chrysler 300 is an air filtration system, which came at the right time as the Covid-19 pandemic kicked off. The Chrysler 300 Touring L trim also features Parksense Front and Rear Assist, making it easier than ever to park this sedan. Chrysler also offers the Comfort Group Package and SafetyTec Plus Group on the Chrysler 300. These two convenient packages come at an extra cost, but add valuable features such as advanced safety technology and heated second-row seats, a heated steering wheel, a power backing sunshade, and much more. The Comfort Group Package retails for an additional $2,085, while the SafetyTec Plus Group costs an additional $1,795.
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