2008 Chrysler 300
There are 18 user reviews for the Touring trim shown below
- nice looking car even better when you dress it up
- this car really slide alot in the winter snow no matter what kind of tires dont know why
Purchased As New
i like this car but does the esp unit on this vehical any good or is it to lightweight for the snow like a rear wheel truck
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- Sexy Looks, Nice Amout of power, Comfort and quiet
- heavy, Constant Cleaning
I owned a 300 touring edition for about 6 months before the lease was up, But in the time that i did have i Absolutely Loved this car!!!. as for as the looks go what can u say- it looks like a sexy beast of a car. If u have the white leather interior though, u might have to be careful with it,since it does get dirty easily.the power of this car is more than enough to get u moving from one place to another-and in style while doing it. this car is indeed heavy, but again u should be able to tell by the looks of it. even hat full throttle-the engine seems cool and relaxed witch makes u relax as well. just try not to get into those tiny parking spaces and u will have yourself 1 heck of a time driving It's Like your own personal Limo :)...read morehide
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- Beautiful, GPS, Bluetooth Uconnect, Great ride
- Very low to ground
This is a beautiful vehicle. I traded up from a 05 malibu to this and couldn't be happier. It does eat more gas, but the smooth ride and extras are worth it. My husband wouldn't drive my old car, but he drives this one all the time. I have not had any problems so far and almost didn't buy it because of some reviews I had read, but all cars get the occasional bad review and I am glad I did get it....read morehide
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- Great looks, roomy, well laid out interior, power, smooth ride, value
- brakes overheat very easily, handling. Leather seems stiff like vinyl.
This is a company/fleet vehicle I use for work. I've driven it 6000 miles in about 2 months including a long roadtrip to Las Vegas. The first thing that comes to mind is the great value this car offers for the dollar. It is a LOT of room and comfort for a very modest price. The looks are great and I think will become classic years from now. The ride is smooth and I've had trouble accurately calculating mileage but I seem to get up to 24 or 25mpg on the road with the 6-cylinder engine. That is great and much better than the Magnum AWD I had. The power is great and you will have no trouble merging on the interstate. You can take a car full of people anywhere comfortably and the trunk is huge. I put bags for 3 people and my grandmother's wheelchair on top on one trip.
The sound system is really great, too. I've noticed that in my last two Chryslers. So far I've not had a single problem which is unusual for my fleet cars. My only detraction is the brakes and handling. I was coming down Monarch pass and the brakes began overheating within minutes which surprised me. I simply downshifted and used the transmission to compensate somewhat. A friend with one warned me about handling on snow, too. I plan to get snowtires to handle that. As an owner of several BMW's I evaluate handling a bit more severely than others perhaps. But for a big cruiser to be used the way most people drive it's a great car. Plus I could buy two of these for the price of my M Coupe, so the value is very high in my book. The bottom line for me was that I didn't expect a lot when I got the car other than great looks and roomy. However, I've been pleasantly surprised at most everything with the car. So given the price and the fact I got more than I expected, I maxed out the value rating. This is a great roomy cruiser that is very satisfying....read morehide
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- beautiful car, styling, profile, comparable value, horse power, cost, mpg, etc
- overshadowed by the pros
We bought a 2005 300 Limited a couple of years ago and I loved the car so much that I traded my SS Silverado in for a second 300 (Touring).
While my wife didn't think it made sense for us to own 2 of the same vehicles, yet at the same time, unable to pry her bottom out of it long enough to drive it myself............ I was forced to make the type of 'executive decision' which now affords me the opportunity to drive a 300 WHENEVER I want!!!!!!...read morehide
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- fuel, comfy seating and elbow room, quiet
- haven't found any yet
I just recently purchased this car and I am in love with it. It handles great and has good pickfor when you need it. It is an affordable luxury car for the modern day saver.
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- great ride, wonderful long trip car.
- wish it had outside temp as standard. No spare, just auto sealing tires, that scares me.
Really happy with the car; the ride, power, comfort and looks. Can't understand those who say windows too small and poor visibility. Didn't you sit in it before your bought it?
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- Car Looks great and rides very smooth
- Built Poorly, I have taken mine to the dealer several times, back windows are small
It is difficult to change lanes because the visibility out of back window is limited due to hight the height of the rear seat and small window. The rear passenger windows are small and very high, again limited visibility for the driver. These cars look awesome but are built poorly.
My Chrysler 300 has been a lemon since I bought it. At about 3,500 miles it began leaking oil out of the differential. I have taken it to dealer twice for problems with the sunroof. The sunvisor swing clip has broken twice. The car is garaged and driven on Sundays....read morehide
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- Fuel, seats, stereo, appearance, and performance
- blind spots, cooling system
I test drove the SRT on down to the 2.7. I would never recommend the 2.7 model, the buyer will be very disappointed. The touring, 3.7 model is very adequate, especially if your fuel concious. I have consistently been able to get 420 miles to the tank. Just love it. the car corners great, very good handling on mountainous roads, no concerns as of yet. The sound system is great. I don't mind the lack of bells and whistles, honestly, the car doesn't need them. Ample room for all to sit comfortably.
My only cons is the blind spots, which are really noticable at night and the poor ventelation set up. A small blower to assist the rear vents would probably help.
Other than that, I have enjoyed the vehicle termendously. I catch myself driving around town just for the heck of it!!!!!...read morehide
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- Comfort, space, ride quality, specification, performance, road presence
- Lsight problem with park brake release lever
A truly awesome car. I live in the UK and have just got a 300C Touring and it is superb, one of the very best vehicles I have owned and shear pleasure to drive. Handling is really good for a large vehicle of this type, even then it is really good compared to other vehicles too. Engine is sweet (3.0 diesel V6) and transmission is smooth. Makes driving a real pleasure and I am so pleased to have this car. I will have another one!...read morehide
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