2017 Chrysler 300 Overview

Now here’s a timeless one – the Chrysler 300. Even though it has evolved over the years, it still holds onto that classic look that stands out in a crowd. As we discussed yesterday with the Chrysler Pacifica, I will break down the four trim levels that the 300 has to offer, as well as some specifics. Please check out the feature glossary for a further breakdown of options.


The four trim levels, beginning with the most basic to the most tricked-out:  Limited, 300S, 300C, and 300C Platinum. Another important note is that there is an all-wheel drive option for the 300 in all trim levels. As with most things, it does increase the price. Personally, I think it’s always worth it, especially in this Wisconsin climate. All 300 trim packages come with a 3.6L V6 Engine and an 8-speed transmission as well as the 8.4-inch UConnect radio and seating for up to five; once again, we’ll skip the boring traction control and cruise control part and go straight to the other features. The trim packages do build upon themselves also with this model.


  • All season performance tires
  • Automatic headlamps
  • Heated and power front seats
  • Keyless Enter ‘N Go
  • Leather seats
  • ParkView Backup Camera
  • Remote Proximity Entry
  • 1 Year Subscription to SiriusXM radio
  • Apple Car Play



  • Sport Bucket Seats
  • LED Fog Lamps
  • Remote Start
  • Beats Audio Speakers
  • ***Alloy Edition: An aesthetic package that includes bronze aluminum wheels, bronze floor mats, bronze surround, bronze grille, and alloy edition floor mats***



  • Navigation
  • Heated second row seats
  • Perforated leather
  • Ventilated front seats
  • Memory radio, driver’s seat, and mirrors
  • Universal Garage Opener


300C Platinum

  • Dual-Pane Panoramic Sunroof
  • Heated and cooled front console cup holders
  • Luxury mats
  • Luxury steering wheel
  • Chrome handles
  • Chrome side mirrors
  • Harman Kardon speaker system



Isn’t she beautiful?? MSRP for the 300 Limited at its most basic starts around $32,340 and the standard 300C Platinum starts around $41,000 or so.

Have any questions about the 300? Please feel free to leave a comment! The 200 will be next…

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