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Chrysler 300

Chrysler 300 Questions & Answers

300, 300C LX
3.8 from 57 reviews

4 questions from our users

Carol E.

Carol E.asked

300

I am up to my seventh key on this vehicle I believe there had been a recall on this ignition I would like to know if this was a recall I didn't hear about this is my vin no I would really like this checked 1c3c96cv5ay105041

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Atout

Atoutasked

300C LX (2005-2011)

I owned crisper 300C Him..2008..but without a rear or front Cam..is it possible to fix a cam or it may effect the electricity of the car...please advise.

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Dave
Dave

Dont know

Chris3029

Chris3029asked

300

Thinking of buying a 300c Diesel..25k (NZ) and 98,000 Km. It's a trade in from the local Chrysler dealer. Any thing i should be aware of?

Thanks

Regards

Chris

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downunderdaz
downunderdaz

Hi Cuz, I havn't heard of anything untoward with the diesel 300c's. It should prove to be a good car for you but beware that dealer servicing can be a bit rich. I would change the oil and filter every 5000 kms max, at a regular mechanics and maybe get every second service done at the dealers for computer updates/ diagnosis etc. This could save you $500 per year. Enjoy !

Helen414141

Helen414141asked

300

Have been told that 80k service(300C CRD ) is in the vicinity of $ 1200 Does this cost seem fair.

we love the car- getting around 8 lt/100km much better than my commodore or diesel ute (11 lt/100km)

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happiness_au
happiness_au

You will be best getting an itemised list of what they are servicing and check it against what is required in the service book. I don't recall mine being that much. getting close to the 120 k one now :-)

RichyRich
RichyRich

I can't answer that as I am about to have my 80,000 service soon. $500+ per usual service is what I have had to pay - I think this is the price we pay for modern diesel engines. It sounds a little Exy, but it wouldn't surprise me. Mine is coming up for 5 years old and I would still prefer that it is serviced by a main dealer. They aren't necessarily any better, but they will have access to all the servicing requirements and support.

downunderdaz
downunderdaz

Hi, the Diesel is apparently more expensive at service time but I think it should cost more like $650-900. Shop around and don't let them add on un-necessary extras, like Injection Blasting which adds $150 and isn't required at all at your 80,000 travelled. Cheers.

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