The Chrysler 300C Luxury Series is Chrysler's top end model featuring the 3.6 liter flex-fuel V6 engine with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Like all 300s, the C Luxury Series is a luxury sedan without the European import price. Despite its domestic origins, the 300 offers buyers a healthy choice of standard features and options, a classic look, spacious interior, comfortable driving experience, and of course, good old fashioned American power hidden in a highly reliable package.
While the 300 is in itself a solid choice, the C Luxury Series offers a lot of options the base model 300 does not. It comes standard with remote starter, Platinum Chrome exterior trim, 20-inch wheels, heated and cooled cup holders, navigation system, foglights, automatically dimming driver side mirror, shift paddles, interior LED lighting, upgraded audio system, adjustable pedals, adjustable steering, upgraded interior finishes and upholstery, wood trim, heated rear seats, power sunshade, and upgraded floor mats.
Materials used inside the Luxury Series are not only top of the line, but it’s what separates this vehicle from its siblings. Elegant leather trim covers much of the spacious interior. And, like all 300s, the space inside the cabin is ample – to say the least. Optional features are also plentiful, and include all-wheel drive (rear-wheel drive is standard).
Driving the 300C is fairly similar to driving the base model. While the comfortable interior is far nicer, the driving experience outside the car is almost identical. The powerful V6 has more power than one might guess and it is easy to forget that the car does not contain a larger V8 engine.
In many ways, the 300C is much like driving a large European import. The suspension system handles difficult city terrain with ease while the larger 20-inch wheels create a firm ride, but it’s not quite as smooth as some of the more expensive luxury sedans.
Safety is paramount with the 300C, and Chrysler earned five-star ratings in government testing in overall crash protection and front and side-impact protection. Standard safety features include traction and stability control, front and side curtain airbags, and a driver knee airbag. An optional SafetyTec package bolsters the 300 with a blind-sport warning system and a collision warning system.
C Luxury Series comes standard with a 3.6 liter V6 flex-fuel engine. Standard features include a remote starter, Platinum Chrome exterior trim, 20-inch wheels, heated and cooled cup holders, navigation system, iPod input, Bluetooth, navigation system, satellite radio, foglights, automatic dimming driver side mirror, shift paddles, interior LED lighting, upgraded audio system, adjustable pedals, adjustable steering, upgraded interior finishes and upholstery, wood trim, heated rear seats, power sunshade, and upgraded floor mats.
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|Build & Price|
2014 Chrysler 300C$31,495 | 15,300 mi
2013 Chrysler 300C$20,750 | 30,664 mi
2013 Chrysler 300C$21,499 | 33,625 mi
2013 Chrysler 300C$21,988 | 36,897 mi
2013 Chrysler 300C$21,995 | 35,186 mi
2013 Chrysler 300C$22,988 | 28,781 mi
2013 Chrysler 300C$24,588 | 30,825 mi
2013 Chrysler 300C$27,095 | 36,314 mi
2013 Chrysler 300C$27,695 | 27,338 mi
2013 CHRYSLER 300C$28,900 | 33,785 mi
2012 Chrysler 300C$19,799 | 48,760 mi
2012 Chrysler 300C$21,988 | 6,210 mi
2012 CHRYSLER 300C$22,999 | 43,094 mi
2011 Chrysler 300C$19,659 | 29,138 mi
2011 Chrysler 300C$25,250 | 27,918 mi
2010 CHRYSLER 300C$17,984 | 77,975 mi
2009 Chrysler 300C$14,899 | 31,816 mi
2008 Chrysler 300C$12,995 | 81,534 mi
2008 Chrysler 300C$13,100 | 118,202 mi
2007 Chrysler 300C$13,999 | 90,979 mi
2007 Chrysler 300C$16,431 | 72,637 mi
2007 Chrysler 300C$16,990 | 51,332 mi
2006 CHRYSLER 300C$9,494 | 125,371 mi
2006 Chrysler 300C$10,588 | 107,891 mi
2006 Chrysler 300C$11,995 | 80,515 mi
2006 Chrysler 300C$17,986 | 29,515 mi
2005 CHRYSLER 300C$10,795 | 91,888 mi
2005 Chrysler 300C$10,988 | 68,120 mi
Less interior space, but better interior finishes and the excellence of a Cadillac.
Stylish European performance at a higher price.
Ample options and features with an engine lacking in power.
Superior handling and a powerful engine, but fewer options.