2010 Chrysler 300 User Reviews
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- $14,263 - $26,236
- No trim specified for this review
- The largest, most powerful car people might actually be able to afford
- interior quality
Purchased As Used
The 300C SRT8 is a street legend along with the 300C. There is nothing else that offers you the power and the value that these cars offer so long as you can deal with an outdated interior design.
The cars offer new age tech such as rainsense wipers, HID lights, hands free bluetooth, Navigation with XM traffic/radio, manumatic shifting, USB connectivity, heated seats and Hard disk music storage.
The only thing missing is heated rear seats and cooled front seats.
The interior for this car was designed and fielded back in 2004, and even back then a few components looked and felt cheap to the touch. Thing is, you'll understand you've paid for the engine and mechanics underneath.
Parts of this car originated on an older Mercedes E class: elements of the suspension, steering and the transmission. thing is, there's a lot of value to be found there. The automatic takes the 425 horses and uses the exact gears it needs to. You'll never need to use the manumatic shifter. Steering feel is fantastic for an American muscle car and the RWD only SRT8 allows you to do things only RWD cars allow you to do.
The newest models even have a G meter and 0-60 timer builg into the driver's information computer - along with TPMS.
The only downside is that its thirsty for premium fuel, but when you consider how much you'd need to pay to get this level of performance (more than $70,000) elsewhere, you'll appreciate its value. This car will run 12's all day long.
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