Chrysler 300 Expands Exterior Color Options and Packages
Chrysler announced a few updates for its 300 model. Drivers who dream of driving a vehicle that offers top-notch luxury both inside and out, should take a look at the 2020 Chrysler 300. Although the large sedan segment has faded out of the spotlight these past few years, the Chrysler 300 is one of the only offerings left that continuously adds different options and packages to entice more prospective buyers. For the 2020 model year, Chrysler added new body color options in addition to two new Sport Appearance Packages.
Amethyst, commonly known as Hellraisin on Dodge vehicles, is a new color for the Chrysler 300 lineup. There’s also the Canyon Sunset shade, exclusive to the Touring, Touring-L, and S trims. Frostbite was the last body color addition to the Chrysler 300 model — all of the new body colors are available without an additional cost.
Large and luxurious sedans often force buyers to break the bank, but the Chrysler 300 is unmatched in terms of cost, luxury, and performance. There are five trims total for the 2020 Chrysler 300: Touring, Touring L, 300S, Limited and 300C, with the Touring trim starting at $29,590 (plus destination fee). Fuel economy ratings are more than adequate at 30 mpg on the highway and 19 mpg in the city. Under the hood rests the brand’s standard 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine that’s paired with an impressive 8-speed automatic transmission.
Appearance packages for the 2020 model year include the Red S Appearance Package, exclusively reserved for the S trim with a red interior, a red “S” badge, a red Chrysler Wing Badge, 20-inch Black Noise wheels, and rear-wheel-drive. There’s also a Touring Sport Appearance Package that includes a black Chrysler insert, a Black Noise Wing badge, 19-inch Black Noise wheels, Gloss Black Lower Fascia inserts and mirror caps, and a Black Noise 300 badge.
Other optional accents and features include body-colored close-out panels and Premium SRT Fog Lamps. Those buyers interested in these packages should know that they come at an additional cost of $1,495. The additional colors and packages add style and freshness to what critics claim is a vehicle in need of an update. Although the refresh is appreciated, the Chrysler 300 is a solid competitor in the large sedan segment, with plenty of luxury offerings and numerous trims that offer something for every buyer.
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