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Car Brief: 2007 Chrysler 300 Long Wheelbase

For those who want more 300 than ever before

by Autobytel Staff
April 12, 2006

So you need more room. Maybe surgery has stretched your legs a bit, or you just want that extra room inside the cab of your car. Guess what – you’re in luck, as Chrysler now offers a long wheelbase version of its Chrysler 300 – so that all people can appreciate, and revel in, that oh so trendy gangsta style. Yo. Seriously, the new 2007 Chrysler 300 Long Wheelbase is a smart idea, in terms of making an ever-popular car available as a limousine or livery. Debuted at the 2006 New York International Auto Show, the Chrysler 300 Long Wheelbase is six inches longer than the current models, providing more than 46 inches of rear legroom and an additional 10.2 cubic feet of interior space. Available this fall through Chrysler dealerships, there’s no word yet on how many Chrysler – with Accubilt – will build, but the stretched 300 looks to be most attractive to the livery industry. In addition to more room, the 300 Long Wheelbase can be ordered with unique, personalized features, including lighted rear writing tables, two 12-volt power ports for computers/cell phones, footrests, lighted vanity mirrors and directional reading lights for rear passengers, and available custom paint colors or pin striping.

Photos courtesy of DaimlerChrysler


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