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Lounge room sized motoring
I drive my Chrysler 300 to work Monday - Friday
Take family for a relaxing drive locally
I have a sonata and other Chrysler vehicles and our mechanic changes the oil and oil filter every 6000 klms..At our request
Genuine mopar parts are used..And yes there is a difference from an aftermarket part
Keep service and check up regular basis and the Chrysler will offer trouble free motoring
Fuel does not bother me at all ..As I choose to own and drive a car offering safe lounge room sized comfort..
Purchased in June 2019.
Comfortable but poor build
Very nice appearing vehicle. I had the black with factory black wheels. Fully loaded with options which you normally only find in cars that cost a lot more. However build quality is poor. By 20,000km the wrap around the steering wheel was coming off. Had to be glued back on. At 25,000km the spring loaded compartment cover had broken. Maybe I got a lemon. But I really enjoyed driving it.
Beware dealing with Fiat Chrysler Australia
looks like its the same for a lot of people.
5 stars for buying the car. but if you have any issues with the car repairs and warranty issues its a 1 star, and only because there is no zero.
beware if you buy any cars of Fiat Chrysler Australia. Jeep, Chrysler , Fiat and the rest.
If you will have any issues after sales(and the odds are high you will - look at car recall by brand Australia) you will regret the day you bought the car.
I also had 5 starts service when buying the car but this is where it ends! 16 warranty issues in 12 month. s...
dream car at a dream price
I purchased a 2013 300c Diesel in white, I can get well under 7.1 lts per 100 klms (6.8) and I drive progressive ! so many things for the price! heated seats, heated steering wheel, cup holders, cooling seats in the front and cup holders, 2 seat memory, auto wipers auto main beam fantastic on board computer tells all, engine, gearbox temp, tyre pressure. full economy details I have a caravan old and heavy, 12.7 Kls per 100 kls for the price very happy anyone interested should take a long test drive, you will soon get to love this car.
I purchased a 2013 300c 3.6 v6 8 speed auto new last year and its ok but not great. It's a good looking car and doesn't go unnoticed but it's not a BMW or MERC and nowhere near it. The ride is not as smooth as it could be and every bump in the road can be felt also the seats are very stiff even though I have them on the softest possible setting. Fuel consumption is around 13 litres/ 100k around town and 10 litres / 100k highway cruising which is not bad for a 1.8 ton vehicle. I suspect the vehicle will start falling to pieces when it's a bit older so I will be trading it in next year.
This car is a hidden gem
I thought I would buy a car that was a bit different from the mundane bunch of the usual fare on offer. I had a test drive , and thought "I reckon I'll give this a go". Glad I did. This is a open road gem. Great on fuel (8 litres per 100k). Bought the base 300 petrol 8 speed. Plenty of features, more than happy. Very quiet, very smooth drive. I've done 20,000K so far and really, I could not be happier with this car. Not so the dealer I bought it from. Very poor service indeed in my experience. Still, you might have a different experience if you...buy from this dealer. As the question goes "Would you recommend this dealer to a friend?" Answer "No" Smooth ride , great on fuel. And nobody says "Hey what was that car", everybody knows and wish they had one. Poor dealer experience. They won't see me, or the car, in there again.
Car developed harsh, jolting downshifts into lower gears at only 3000km's. Chrysler technicians at the dealership purchased from have no solution. Search on the internet reveals that dozen's of V6 8 speed Jeeps, Chryslers and Dodges (share the same Pentastar engine and ZF transmission) have developed similar issues. According to these forums, Chrysler is fobbing off owners by declaring the problem isn't a problem at all, but a "characteristic" of these vehicles.
If this is characteristic of these vehicles, why:
1. didn't the demonstrator ve...
Great value for money!
I purchased a new Chrysler 300C (2013 model) and so far it has been excellent, much better than my previous Holdens.
This vehicle is great on fuel, it got us from Seymour where we filled up and all the way to Sydney (Riverstone) on a full tank!! We couldn't believe how fuel efficient it was, we were also using the air conditioning for most of the trip. The Chrysler is extremely comfortable, quality interior, quiet (no rattling), cool features such as the rear sunshade, push start ignition, usb/bluetooth, big display screen, premium Alpine soun...
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.
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
New 2013 Chrysler 300 C Luxury
Just love it! It's a beautiful car in avery aspect inside and out. I test drove the Falcon G6E but there is no comparison. When my wife and I took it for a test drive it was all over for the Falcon. It's just a class above or two. The radar blind spot sensors came in handy 2 minutes after buying the car when a 'P plater' charged into the space I was moving in to.
It is so quiet, I have passengers ask if the engine is on! Everyone loves the blue back lit dash, the quality of the interior and the sheer presence of the car in the street. People s...
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