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.

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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.

Limited

  • 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

 

300S

  • 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***

 

300C

  • 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

 

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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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