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2018 Chrysler 300 in Duluth, GA

There Can Be Only One: Chrysler's Last Standing Sedan is Unquestionably Its Best

Yes, the Chrysler 200 has officially been retired, leaving the new 2018 Chrysler 300 as the last remaining sedan in a lineup that's increasingly demanding quality in a select few--rather than sheer abundance of choice. Part of this decision likely comes from Chrysler's part in the overarching FCA family, which includes Dodge cars. For 2018, trim levels include the 300 Touring, 300 Touring L, 300S, and the Limited.

Classic Chrysler Comfort and Luxury

Since the 2018 Chrysler 300 hasn't seen a significant redesign in the last few years, so the interior has a bit of a "throwback" vibe. Fortunately, the throwback look of the 300 is still fully-loaded with tons of premium features and a nice, comfortable design. The base model comes standard with premium cloth-upholstered seats and dual-zone automatic climate control, and a large display screen for media. At the top, you'll get features like heated and ventilated, powered, leather-trimmed front seats--with memory--and heated rear seats with perforated inserts.


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A Powerful and Muscular Body

The design strategy for the 2018 Chrysler 300 is simple, and it's very similar to what the design strategy has been since, well, since about forever: Big. Bold. Brash. And a little bit in-your-face. The 2018 300 shares a lot of bones with the Dodge Charger, so it shouldn't be particularly surprising that having an attitude is second nature for this Chrysler four-door. The 2018 Chrysler 300 is the longest, widest, and tallest vehicle among its top competitors.




Performance and All-Wheel Drive

The Chrysler 300's commitment to the old ways pays off big time in powertrain: is one of the few remaining large sedans (non-luxury) to offer sporty rear-wheel drive, though it can be equipped with an optional All-Wheel-Drive System--a rare option. Standard power comes from a 292-horsepower 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine, paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission with rotary knob. However, you can also get 363 horsepower from an available 363-horsepower V8 engine.


Technology and Safety Features

What the Chrysler 300 lacks in futuristic styling, it makes up for in technology and connected living--the new model comes with a popular Uconnect 4C system and a broad 8.4-inch touchscreen, that's compatible with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also offers ParkView Rear Back Up Camera convenience, and a range of safety features.




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