2010 Chrysler 300 Bottom Line Review

2010 Chrysler 300 Bottom Line Review

There are 24 comments on the The Car Connection story from Jan 13, 2010, titled 2010 Chrysler 300 Bottom Line Review. In it, The Car Connection reports that:

Gallery Compare It might seem strange to see a Chrysler product on the same shortlist as some very established European luxury marques, but keep in mind that the 300 was developed when Chrysler was owned by Mercedes-Benz , making the 300C's competitiveness less of a surprise.

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#21 Jan 21, 2010
I miss the good old days when car where cars......You could work on them and still have room ..Just to get one thing off you have to remove 10 different things..

“Be careful what u pretend 2 B”

Since: Jun 07

Lehigh Valley

#22 Jan 22, 2010
Me too..On the other hand, it's nice not having to adjust / change points, replace mufflers every 2 years, tires ever 12k miles, etc.... we do have many things better. Remember when the metal used to rust out in 3 years?

Back on topic - The 300 line is one thing Chrysler has going for it. Large, popular, distinctive RWD cars have a niche. This is where I would put Chrysler's money. All the other autos would be replaced by Fiat based designs.
ex-local110 wrote:
I miss the good old days when car where cars......You could work on them and still have room ..Just to get one thing off you have to remove 10 different things..
tom polcari phd

Oakland, CA

#23 Jan 27, 2010
Not all v6s are bad...I've had the 3.5 high output v6 in both the Charger line and ,more recently in a 2010 Challenger. Very rarely do I ever open up a vehicle in a metropolitan area, but on several occasions, I opted to accelerate onto an Oakland freeway, late at night with no traffic coming. This onramp climbs a steep hill before entering the roadway. I told Ted to hold on. With a 3.5 v6 almost to the floor, we both felt we were in the space shuttle during liftoff. It was thrilling! Does the Charger, 300, Challenger line need more power than the 3.5? A matter of personal taste I guess. The 3.5 will give way ,soon, to the pentastar v6 engine which is more powerful and fuel efficient yet...

Aurora, IL

#24 Feb 18, 2010
The only car that was better than the 300 C was the pontiac G8GT. The only problem is it is not being made anymore and it just didn't offer the feature such as navigation, back up sensor, HID's hard drive. But it was a great performer for the money. Chrysler shoul benchmark the performance number and keep the options and look in 2011.

FU Lexus

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