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one very cool car
Pros: driving it
Cons: cost to insure it more than my $200000 motorhomeheratage edition / napa leather /comfortable / dash good to look at /plenty of power /doesnt look like everyother car on the road / when driving its the inside that counts and this one is great
My Heritage Addition 300C
Pros: The engine performance it there when you need it !
Cons: the ride is a little rough as compared to the lincoln I used to drive.I bought it with 15 miles on it (brand new) and I have not been disappointed. The quality of this model has held up. I've only had one small issue the 4 years I've owned it.. ( a fluid leak around the transmission temp sensor) which was repaired promptly. This car (Hemi) has spoiled me and I will have to but another one at some point but so far the one is performing well.
One of the best
Pros: Everything...in one package
Cons: Price...but I'd do it again!After 50 years of driving, and owning over 150 cars, I find the Chrysler 300C to be one of the best overall cars I've owned. It is a combination of sporty, hot rod, luxury and surprisingly good MPG all in one package. I call it a gentleman's hot rod. It is always a pleasure to get into and drive anywhere, provides passenger comfort, and sporty handling. And it still surprises me how many people are constantly commentting on what a beautiful car it is. Say what you want about Chrysler vehicles in general, but, until you've driven a 300C, you don't know what you are missing.
Pros: Too amny to list... Picking one would have to say the seats.
Cons: None. Love the entire car!
Advice: A lot of vehicles out there in this class. This is the best for the price.This vehicle is great. Excellent performance for the price and size/class of the vehicle. Nice smooth ride very comfortable. Very happy with the purchase and would do it again.
Pros: The styling--like nothing else American or foreign short of a Bentley o RR.
Cons: The fact that it is named 300C rather than the appropriate 300N.
Advice: Buy one if you want a big, sylish, powerful car.This is a looker, a cruiser, a hot rod, a family car, a comfortable car, an attention getter all rolled into one. These 300Cs are the cars that were killed off in the early 1970s and are the return of the big Chrysler with all the advantages that 21st Century technology has to offer. It is a joy to drive and ride.
Pros: Ride and smooth application of power.
Cons: Metal trim rather than wood
Advice: Don't hesitate... its worth far more than its competition in the luxury world.Exactly what you'd expect from a Mercedes 'E' model chassis with a 345 hp Hemi strapped to it....WOW!! Incredible ride with the smoothest acceleration I have ever experienced. Others have said, 'If you don't want to spend the money, don't test drive it!' I test drove a dozen Japanese and German luxury cars. I bought this American Beauty. There is a reason it has won Consumer Guide and Car and Driver awards 3 years in a row. Dollar for Dollar, no other car on the market gives you as much. The ability to run on 4 cylinders in overdrive is seemless and flawless.
Pros: bad boy body style........HEMI !!!!
Advice: not your everyday ho hum sedanMy husband & I have always wanted one of these bad boys and it just happened one weekend that we had the opportunity to test drive one. My advise to anyone who is considering buying one is if you don't want to spend the money.....DON'T TEST DRIVE IT!!! We bought it the next day! We fell in love with this car. It rides like a dream, more power under the hood than we ever imagined! We always loved the design of the car, but after we drove one, it was a done deal! Rather pricey, but worth every penny. Absolutely an awesome automobile!