2012 Chrysler 300 V6: Video Road Test and Review
The base 300 starts out at $27,170 and comes with a five speed Autostick automatic that is good for an estimated 18 MPG in the city and as much as 27 MPG on the highway. Even the entry level 300 comes with Chrysler’s Uconnect infotainment system that combines an 8.4 inch touch screen display with the AM/FM/XM/CD/DVD/MP3/SD compatible in car entertainment with a six speaker stereo as well as a set of 17 inch wheels.
The $32,170 300 Limited gets a gas sipping 8 speed auto with E-Shifter that is good for an estimated 19 MPG in the city and as much as 31 MPG on the highway. The Limited is also upgraded with Bluetooth hands free connectivity, a back up camera, leather upholstery and a set of 18 inch chrome clad wheels.
The 300S V6 adds all the flashy goodies the Chrysler sedan has to offer, in a very attractive package. For only $33,170 buyers will get a premium cloth interior to go along with the Beats audio 10 Premium speaker stereo as well as a set of 20 inch polished and painted wheels to finish off the flashy, yet affordable, package.
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