The 2019 Chrysler 300 Touring Has everything you Need
The 2019 Chrysler 300 Touring might have one of the best base trims in line. Thetruthaboutcars.com has nothing but high praises to say about the vehicle. Here’s what the vehicle has to offer.
A reader for the website suggested that the 300 Touring might make a right candidate for buyers, especially since the deep discounts can be an incentive for purchasing. Incentive spending in Ace of Base is not something that many think about a lot, because comfort and entertainment come into play as well but when that figure touches 25 percent — or more — of sticker price, it’s difficult to ignore.
Interior and Infotainment:
The Touring is the 300’s entry-level, which comes with cloth seats. The Chrysler is one of those vehicles that has an easy to use, intuitive menu layout, and snappy performance with the infotainment system that they offer. The 300’s standard 8.4-inch touchscreen display features this easygoing interface, and it comes with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and SiriusXM satellite radio which comes with a one-year trial period; the navigation is optional.
Nearly every car in this segment has managed six carry-on boxes inside the trunk, but the 300’s ample interior space can allow passengers to fit ten extra ten boxes when the rear seats are folded, and the seats can be split in a 60/40 arrangement, but they don’t fold completely flat. The base Touring model comes with FCA’s Pentastar V6.
The car is nearing fifteen years old, but it still cuts a large-and-in-charge shape, with its upright grille and boxy proportions which command attention. The sport appearance package blacks out all the chromed plastic trim while adding visual menace there is also the seventeen-inch wheels, which are modestly-sized with 215/65 tires. The base models are offered in eight colors, which are not included in the price, so the color that you choose is gratis.
Chrysler has a useful 8.4-inch Uconnect which is standard these days, but the infotainment device used to be optional. The seats are black with unheated cloth but, if they’re anything like those found in the 2012 Charger, the material is thick and robust which will probably outlive the car. It’s certainly held up well against the daily rigor of family service.
It surely includes several rebates and incentive which are on top of each other like cordwood, many of which would be impossible for the vast majority of the general public to vindicate all at once. It surely doesn’t include freight, either. The Touring trim level offers an appealing blend of bold styling and upscale, the affordable price, and the fuel efficiency from the standard 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine and the Chrysler brand recently has added even more packages to the accessible and affordable Touring package.
Safety Features and Warranty
The standard safety features that come on the Chrysler 300 are the sentry key theft-deterrent system; it has keyless entry, a ParkView rear backup camera, stability, and traction control systems. There’s also an auto-dimming rearview mirror, supplemental front seat-mounted and side-curtain front, and rear airbags, multistage front airbags, and a driver’s knee airbag. The additional advanced safety features are full-speed forward collision warning plus, cross path detection, blind-spot monitoring, a remote start system, and lane departure plus which are all available as upgrades on selected trims.
Given the deep discounts and the potential for a low-interest rate, should buyers spring for one of these or go for a slightly used unit? That’s up to the buyer and their unique situation. What is a surety, though, is that the base-model Chrysler 300 makes a solid case for itself until they offer a Hellcat engine in it. The Base MSRP is $29,470 (plus destination fees).
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