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Chrysler 300

Chrysler 300 (page 3 of 3)

300, 300C LX
3.8 from 57 reviews

Reviews

3.8

57 reviews
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4
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1
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  • Build Quality
    4.0 (9)
  • Value for Money
    4.6 (8)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    4.3 (8)
  • Noise Level
    4.5 (8)
  • Acceleration / Power
    4.9 (8)
  • Handling
    4.4 (8)
  • Braking
    4.4 (8)
  • Suspension
    4.5 (8)
  • Gear Shifting
    4.9 (8)
  • Fuel Efficiency
    3.5 (8)
  • Interior Design
    4.9 (8)
  • Boot Size
    5.0 (8)
  • Features
    4.9 (8)
  • Comfort
    4.9 (8)
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Brad

BradGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC

  • 3 reviews

Cannot fault, Brilliant underrated

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I bought my SRT8 Core in May, and cannot wait to get up everyday to drive it. I've been a mechanic for 20 years so hopefully I know a thing or to about cars. The second gen 300s 2012 onwards are so much better than the first gen it's not funny. If your looking for a large sedan, put these on your list to test drive. As for the 6.4 Hemi, oh my goodness!!!

Stupid foot brake, turning circle

Engine SizeV8
TransmissionAutomatic
BadgeSRT-8 Core
BodySedan
Disappointed

DisappointedMelbourne

Harsh downshifts

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Engine SizePentastar V6 3.6L
TransmissionAutomatic
BadgeS
BodySedan
1 comment
james and linda
james and linda

I was always a bit sceptical of the 8spd so when I bought the 2012 diesel I was happy to have the old trust worthy 5spd as its been in development for over 10 years I mean how many forward gears to you want ??

theblonde

theblondeShepparton

  • 3 reviews
  • 4 likes

Great value for money!

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Engine SizeV6
BodySedan
BadgeC
1 comment
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MRL03

MRL03AU

  • 8 reviews
  • 7 likes

Very Disappointed

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BadgeSRT-8 Core
BodySedan
TransmissionAutomatic
1 comment
Joe
Joe

300C Chrysler

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The Chrysler 300 C petrol is very economical. It used only 13 L per 100km and I live in Sydney! Great fuel consumption! Diesel uses only 10L PER 100 km in the city. I tested it and both diesel and petrol are very fuel economical. I definitely recommend it to anyone.

BodySedan
BadgeC

Amazing

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The Chrysler 300 C Luxury is the best car I have ever driven would recommend to anyone, it's much better than the Ford Falcon low model. Very fuel efficient. I used to own a 2005 model, it still works with 190,000 kms on it. Very easy to repair too. The inside is very luxurious. Would recommend it over the Kia Sportage and Hyundai Santa Fe. VERY GOOD CAR I LOVE IT
fuel efficient cheap luxury

Engine Size3.0
BodySedan
BadgeC Luxury
TransmissionAutomatic
james and linda

james and linda

  • 3 reviews
  • 3 likes

This guy's in love

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We have 2013 300 C diesel and I can't get enough of it, looks brilliant in Tungsten grey, why didn't I buy another Flacon? Too small, too much, and too thirsty and it just blends in with the rest of them (boring) , I know it's a Chrysler co's it's big, powerful, and fully loaded, the way Chryslers have always been. Compare it to a 1965 AP6 V8 regal or an 1982 SE 318 V8 regal you can see the similarity's, you can't do that with a Falcon V Falcon or Commodore V Kingswood. I was getting 5.9L / 100 on the freeway yesterday, with more torque than my 440 charger, Nuts!
43k on road brand new!!!

BodySedan
BadgeC
6 comments
james and linda
james and linda
james and linda
james and linda
james and linda
james and linda
Agro63

Agro63Sydney

  • 2 reviews

2012 Chrysler 300C

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I bought my new Chrysler 300 C in November last year and I have to say it is the best car I have ever driven and believe me I have owned many cars over the last 33 years. This is my first large car I have ever bought so I was a bit worried about fuel consumption with the 3.6 Pentastar petrol engine but I need not have because I get around 10 litres per 100 klm's which is great. The interior is pure class with the large touch screen controls and even heated and cooling cup holders!!! The ride quality is outstanding and corners nicely for a large car and the noise factor inside the cabin is practically zero. I live in the greater west in Sydney and it is a real head turner out here!!!
Looks, Driving pleasure, Fuel economy, Quietness.

BodySedan
BadgeC
Engine Size3.6
Silvermk4

Silvermk4Canberra

New 2013 Chrysler 300 C Luxury

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Engine SizeV6
BadgeC Luxury
BodySedan
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Incredible Vehicle

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Picked up a new CRD 2 months ago and cannot be more pleased. For such a large car we currently return 6.7 - 6.9 ltr/100k's and the driving experience is fantastic. I'm 6'3" and she's 5'2" and we both have a great driving position. Handles very well, great stereo, awesome Bi Xenon headlights, goes like stink etc etc etc and for not a lot of coin.
Foot brake is in a pain of a position, other than that, so glad we made this choice.
Incredibly economical, looks great IMO, sensational value.
Foot brake.

Engine SizeCRD
BadgeC
BodySedan
Barry

BarryAlexandra Hills, QLD

A good move

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I purchased this car after 14 years in 4WDs wondering how I would settle to life at street level.
There is nothing lacking in this car. The ride, the equipment and finish are second to none.
The car looks and drives like it really should have a much larger price tag, try it for yourself, the big Chrysler will not disappoint.
Price
Nothing

BodySedan
Eltech

EltechCroydon, Vic

  • 6 reviews
  • 17 likes

Amazing Car - 2006 SRT8

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Engine Size6.1 Litre Hemi
BodySedan
BadgeSRT-8
1 comment
Joe
Joe
MyTwoCentsWorth

MyTwoCentsWorthCOFFS HARBOUR

Good Will - Lack there of!

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Engine SizeTurbo V6
BodySedan
2 comments

I agree totally - I have had the same problems

Dascon
Dascon

Good but not so good

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BadgeSRT-8
BodyWagon
TransmissionAutomatic

Beautiful Luxury Car at a Genuine Bargain Price.

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Engine Size3.5
BodySedan
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RichyRich

RichyRichQueenlsand, 4551

Headturner for young and old

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BodySedan
1 comment
Joe
Joe

My Commodore 2011 VE SSV Series II GOT 24000 kms from first set off cheap Chinese tyre 20's, now on second set, better quality tyres, most V8, or other performance cars dont get much more than 40000 kms from good tyres, so you did well at 50000!

novakor

novakorVIC, 3754

  • 41 reviews
  • 2 likes

Good

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This is for people looking to stand out from the crowd, I have driven the diesel and there is no compromise, plenty of low down torque gives great take off acceleration and overtaking speed, plus the benefit of good fuel economy. Low noise interior and little noise at highway speeds.
You can really pimp up this car, if you want, to really make a bold statement and they just look fantastic.
Mean looking car, different and standout styling in comparison to it's competitors, luxurious and smooth drive with plenty of reserve power.
Not the highest quality interior for a prestige vehicle.

BodySedan
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Questions & Answers

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 !

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