New Chrysler 300C Review
It is a well-known fact that in the States things are generally bigger than they are over here, especially the cars and the 300c is no exception. Based loosely on the last Mercedes E Class the Chrysler 300C is certainly no shrinking violet, in fact, if you don't want to be noticed the 300C is probably not the car for you.
Through a combination of extremely poor fuel consumption and the fact that European roads generally employ the use of corners, previous generations of American cars have, by and large, struggled in Europe, however the Chrysler 300C may be the car to start reversing this trend. Selling well in its native market was something that Chrysler would obviously hope for, however they could not have expected the favourable reaction to the 300C from overseas markets, it may be big and brash, but for once subtlety seems to be overrated.
The 300C comes with a huge amount of interior space and the standard equipment list is impressive. Alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, cruise control and heated leather seats with power adjustment are all included, as is 2-zone climate control on all models.
Most sales in the UK will be for the diesel version but there is also the option of the V8 Hemi, however it may be difficult to square with your conscience every time you push the pedal to the floor and realise the amount of ice you're melting from under polar bears feet.
Whether you choose the saloon or touring version of the 300C, you are getting a car that will stand out on UK roads, generally for all the right reasons.
Like the looks of the Chrysler 300C, why not check out the Audi A6, the BMW 5 Series, the Mercedes E Class or the Volvo S80.
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