The Chrysler 300 is a carry-over model for 2007. It is available as both a rear-wheel-drive vehicle, and with all-wheel drive. The 300 continues to offer a sharply designed, remarkably roomy four-door sedan for not a lot of money. A new Executive Package can be added to the 300 Touring and the 300C. It stretches the wheelbase, benefiting the rear leg room by six inches. SmartBeam intelligent headlamps are now optional on the 300 Limited and standard on 300C models. Optional heated rear seats and auto-dimming passenger-side exterior mirrors with integrated turn signals, complete the notable differences.
Strong American style; buttoned down chassis; varied powertrain choices; rear-wheel or all-wheel drive.
The 2007 Chrysler 300 Series is available in five different levels of trim with a choice of four engines. Based on the last generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class, it offers American high style with solid German underpinnings. The chassis offers a combination of smooth ride and reasonable handling. The 300 can be had for less than $25,000 with a fuel efficient 2.7L V6. The 300 Touring and Limited trims are powered by a 3.5L V6 and carry a little more luxury. The most popular choice seems to be the 300C with its 300-horsepower 5.7L HEMI engine. The muscular 425-horsepower 300C SRT8 rounds out the family, leaving a 300 to match just about any taste.
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