But, I will be buying another 2005-2007 300C in the near future and not going for the newer models. The big V8 grumbled noticeably, but it was not loud enough to detract from the impressive refinement. Sad to say, though, it seems as if one in three 300s in Los Angeles abounds with 22-inch spinner wheels, chrome, and a booming sound system. And the cornering is good enough that higher-performance tires should be made available. I learned to never say never, because I was in love with an dressy American muscle car. It takes the mechanic about 15 minutes to fix, and they all have leaked while under warranty. I could feel my butt getting tired on a long drive in this.
It is fast, with the hemi and so comfortable. Which, given the performance, is pretty spectacular value for money. The power assist is constant-rate and not speed-sensitive; it's been a while since we felt a constant-rate system, and we like its accuracy. You would think that the rear looks ordinary, but you would be surprised at how menacing it looks from the rear as well. Was it just a hot but short-lived trend? It takes some pushing, but the Chrysler will wag its tail out, and when it does, all worries in the world fade away. This vehicle also gets 25 mpg hwy which is unbeleivable considering the ponies under the hood. Performance figures put it on par with the last-gen C5 Corvette, and equal to or ahead of it's 2012 rivals.
With a little bit of tuning and upgrades, a 2006 300c is the ultimate car. There are a few complaints, however. This vehicle also gets 25 mpg hwy which is unbeleivable considering the ponies under the hood. There's a lot of storage space, which is nice, especially in the massive trunk a 3-body unit, if I've ever seen one. Lawritson on Dec 6, 2018 Vehicle: 2006 Chrysler 300 Touring 4dr Sedan 3. A big boss on the road. It has given me 121,000 trouble free miles.
The engine strikes a nice balance between the fuel efficiency of the 2. The front and rear ends direct air flow through unique ducts that cool the brakes, while a specially designed rear spoiler increases rear downforce by 39 percent, helping keep the rear tires firmly planted at high speed without increasing drag. The recall for Mitsubishi started on June 24, 2015. And that big torque can't be underestimated for its fun and convenience. But when there is no tire shredding involved, the Chrysler does not encourage enthusiastic driving unless it is in a straight line. The car has been awesome besides regular maintenance only things I have replaced are shocks struts alternator thermostat and radiator.
However, when I say corners, I mean driving in corners the American way i. I have seen no evidence of poor fit of interior or exterior, it is put together really well. Nice, but where's the beef? No doubt about it, this is one of the coolest cars I have driven. I have 85000 miles and have had zero problems. Its handling is world-class across a dynamic range. Let's hope it lasts a while! Unfortunately, the tester was painted with muted silver steel-metallic. The current system allows the driver to move the intervention threshold but not kill it, which all but eliminates any tire-screeching fun.
Still only has 96K on odometer. The roof rakes thickly down to a short deck, and the sides are like large slabs. The intake manifold was designed with larger-diameter and shorter runners for higher-speed tuning. It was so not like me, but I was smitten. High thirteens apparently, which is about the same as an original Hemi Cuda managed in 1970. I have 85000 miles and have had zero problems. I have nothing personally against their interiors from a decade ago, but back then they all looked the same.
Better is the Touring model, with leather, a powerful 3. To put it simply, it has all the power you need, and some left over for what you want within the law, of course. The biggest visual change, however, is much more subtle: in adding the carbon-fibre doors, Gilles deleted the door handles, making the car look much more coupe-like. Making 340 horsepower, and 390 pound-feet of torque, the 5. Mash the throttle, and the engine produces a shove so strong that you could induce whiplash. Inside, the changes to the rally car are purely for weight reduction and protection.
Pieces of Mercedes-Benz are slipping into Chrysler cars nowadays, and the 300C features a Mercedes-like steering wheel, leather under an arc of wood at the top. The recall began for Chrylser on June 8, 2015. Antilock brakes with electronic brake distribution, which balances front and rear, are standard on all but the plain 300. While I would never criticize people for owning one of these, I gotta admit, it does not suit me. Likewise, the much smaller Sparco steering wheel features a pair of shift buttons for the five-speed automatic. It's very roomy inside with an intelligent instrument panel and controls, and is also easy to climb in and out of. First, visibility is pretty bad with the thin windows and high beltlines; add in a huge c-pillar, and you've got a one-way ticket to Blindspotville.