Sunday, December 12, 2010

2011 chrysler 300 reviews

2011 chrysler 300 reviews
For 2011, Chrysler is refreshing its entire lineup, and pictures of one of the most anticipated refreshes have hit the web. Reviewers have had their first looks at images of the 2011 Chrysler 300. “All new cathedral-style taillights sit out back, with extensive chrome trim. Kicking Tires calls the 300’s new headlights “Audi-like,” thanks to a string of LEDs framing the main lens. Currently, reviewers have only completed first drives of refreshed models like the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Durango. If you’re in the market for a new Chrysler, Dodge or Jeep, you may want to wait a little while to buy.

Kicking things off, the 2011 Chrysler 300 comes with a distinctive styling that demands attention to itself. It has earned its spot as the most popular choice of vehicle within the large sedan vehicle segment. The styling approach on the 2011 Chrysler 300 is undeniably American with its double-lens headlights, bulging fenders, large chrome grille, and massive wheels. The dashboard design though is unique for emitting a sense of retro style that is all about luxury.
There are five basic trim level choices for the "2011 Chrysler 300": LX, Touring, Limited, -- and the SRT8. The LX model is the most suitable option for budget-conscious consumers but if you value more powerful road performance, then either the Limited or Touring trim levels can deliver just that.
Speaking of power and performance, the base model for the 2011 Chrysler 300 is not too impressive with its 2.7-liter V6 engine that can deliver only a net of 178 horsepower.

Chrysler carries over its venerable 300. The Base trim comes standard with a 190 horsepower 2.7L V6 and is coupled with a four-speed automatic. Also included are: 17-inch alloy wheels, disc brakes, single-disc CD player, and a four-way adjustable power driver's seat. You also get a standard electronically adjustable accelerator and brake, ESP (Electronic Stability Program), Sirius satellite stereo and leather seats. The C comes standard with Chrysler's proprietary Multi-Displacement System, which is a system based off of the Mercedes-Benzs S-Class (not to mention the myriad of parts Chrysler shares from the Daimler-Benz part-bin, even after that marriage failed).

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