Chrysler's 300M flagship sedan is tuned for handling and performance, and designed to recall the historic "letter cars" sold from 1955 to 1965. Its powerful engine and firm suspension emulate the taut, responsive driving experience usually associated with European sedans. It isn't a BMW 5 Series, but its handling is exceptional for a full-size front-wheel-drive sedan. And that makes the 300M a joy to drive. Drivers seeking more zoom should consider the 300M Special, whose air dams and side skirts herald a lower, stiffer high-performance suspension, bold 18-inch wheels wearing massive P245/45ZR18 speed-rated tires, and a slightly more powerful version of the same 3.5-liter V6. Changes to the 300M are minimal for 2003. An optional factory-installed Sirius satellite radio is available that receives 60 commercial-free music channels and 40 talk-radio channels at any location in the continental U.S.