Wednesday, April 6, 2016


After a huge invigorate for the 2015 model year, the 2016 Chrysler 300 Sedan goes generally unaltered. While the enormous Chrysler has certainly experienced better days deals astute, the model is still an exceptionally convincing full-measure vehicle advertising. 

Proclaimed as a styling triumph at its presentation in 2004 (as a 2005 model), the Chrysler 300's particular outline has stayed unaltered for going on 12 years. Be that as it may, unobtrusive improvements have kept it sensibly new. All things considered, something you'll be happy hasn't changed is the decidedly certain way in which the huge Chrysler goes over the road street. 

All in all, the 2016 Chrysler 300 sedan is a very persuasive package. While thoroughly American in style, comfort, and features, the Chrysler flagship covers pavement with the alacrity of a European sports sedan.                                                                                                                                                                                                             For the 2016 model year, Chrysler is offering its flagship model in four different trim levels. These are Chrysler 300 Limited, Chrysler 300C, and Chrysler 300C Platinum.

The 300 Limited starts at $31,695 and features a V6 engine, 17-inch alloy wheels, heated exterior mirrors, automatic headlights with LED daytime running lights and taillights, a rearview camera, keyless entry and pushbutton start, cruise control,  leather, heated front seats,dual-zone automatic climate control,an 8.4-inch touchscreen interface, Wifi, Siri EyesFree, voice activation, and Bluetooth.

The $35,070 Chrysler 300S adds a more powerful version of the V6 engine, 20-inch alloy wheels, a more aggressively tuned suspension system and steering calibration, a sporting oriented dual exhaust system, remote start, LED foglights, and a 10-speaker Beats audio system. There is also an optional performance tuned suspension system.

All new 2016 Chrysler 300C starts at $38,070. In addition to the features of the 300 Limited, the 300C gets a comfort-oriented suspension system, remote start, LED foglights, auto dimming rear-view mirrors, a dual-pane sunroof or moon roof, a heated steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, a rear sunshade, navigation, and an Alpine audio system.

All-wheel drive is offered with every trim level, while a V8 motor can be had with all aside from the Limited. While we're all entirely used to taking a gander at it today, the Chrysler 300 made a significant sprinkle when it hit auto pools in 2005. The "Infant Bentley" look pulled in a great deal of consideration and made the enormous Chrysler a gigantic deals achievement. 

While the essential lines are still here in 2016, they have been mellowed impressively, so the 300 isn't exactly the champion it used to be. The one component seeing the most change over the lifetime of the auto has been the grille. For the 2016 models, the winged Chrysler identification just about seems as though it's gliding inside of the composition of the grille as the foundation retreats. 

Found in profile, the 300 still has an exceptionally solid shoulder line, which serves to infer strength, while likewise pleasantly improving its unmistakable wheel curves. The tall beltline and relatively short window treatment keeps the Chrysler looking particularly custom, and also somewhat evil. For the 2016 model year, Chrysler is putting forth the 300 with seven distinctive wheel design's.
At the rear, the sculpted LED taillights enhance the planted stance of the car, while the black lower valance keeps the car from looking too massive. An air of sportiness is added to the elegance of the appearance by twin exhaust outlets.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             All new 2016 Chrysler 300 interior treatments have been coordinated to reflect the personalities of La Jolla, Calif., Manhattan, Detroit, and Sausalito, Calif.

La Jolla is reflected in a two-tone Indigo and Linen color scheme. This is intended to project the coastal city’s ocean views, sandy beaches, and hidden coves. The quilted and perforated leather upholstery, two-tone steering wheel, and natural pore wood trim are offered exclusively with 300C Platinum.

Manhattan is symbolized with black leather, satin chrome, and bright chrome. Black Olive Ash Burl wood trim with bronze trim contrasts nicely with the black leather. The Manhattan treatment is offered across the board.

Detroit pairs black with Ambassador Blue Nappa leather and silver accent stitching. Piano black trim adds gloss, while the center console and armrests are color matched to the seats. This treatment is exclusive to 300S.

For Sausalito, black and linen are paired to evoke a sense of Zen. Bright chrome, satin chrome, and charcoal metallic accents blend nicely with the Black Olive Ash Burl wood trim with bronze stitching accents of 300 Limited and 300C.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The modern iteration of the large and luxurious American family car, the 2016 Chrysler 300 offers exceptional comfort at each of its four main seating positions. As this is a rear-wheel drive car, the driveshaft tunnel divides the rear passenger footwells into two compartments.

Still though, more than adequate legroom is offered for everyone, and even with the “chopped” look of the roofline, there is more than adequate headroom throughout the interior of the Chrysler. Further, the combination of the tilt and telescoping steering wheel with adjustable pedals means practically anyone can achieve an exceptionally comfortable driving position at the wheel of the 300.

Ingress and egress are beautifully facilitated by some of the widest opening doors we’ve ever seen on a passenger car. In fact, it’s possible to open the doors so wide, once you’re seated you have to lean out of the car to close them if you take advantage of their full range of travel.

Cargo capacity measures 16.3 cubic feet. This is a top line lux model so a full range of safety kit is expected—and delivered. ABS, traction and stability control, a full set of airbags, a rearview camera, and active head restraints are all standard features. This is in addition to automatic crash notification, on demand roadside assistance, and remote door unlocking as well as stolen vehicle location and tracking.

Optional features include forward collision warning and mitigation, lane departure warning and prevention, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross traffic alert.

The IIHS rates the 300 as "Great" (its top positioning) in everything except little cover front accident testing—in which the 300 scored "Minimal" (the alongside most minimal rating).The 2016 Chrysler 300 vehicle's base powerplant is a 3.6-liter V6, which creates 280 to 290 drive and 260 ft-lbs of torque. A game bundle is offered for this motor with a modified fumes framework (among other minor changes), which knocks yield to 300 drive and 260's ft-lbs of torque. 

The V8 alternative is offered for each trim level—spare the Limited. It's a 5.7-liter V8 useful for 360's drive and 390's ft-lbs of torque. 

Back wheel drive and an eight-speed programmed transmission are standard with both motors. The V6 can likewise be had with all-wheel drive. 

Mileage with the V6 is evaluated at 22 miles for every gallon general with back drive; 21 with all-wheel drive. The V8 is appraised at 18 to19 miles for every gallon general. About the 2016 Chrysler 300C (our V8-fueled test auto), one of our staff members commented—from the traveler situate—"This auto feels substantial." Rather than a neg however, she implied it as a positive. On the roll, the Chrysler 300 feels strong, planted. 

With its underpinnings about-facing to the Mercedes-Benz E-Class presented in the last part of the 1990s, the 300 stops by this normally. Truth be told,  the Chrysler feels decidedly Mercedes-like on the road. It’s smooth and powerful, handles exceptionally well for a car its size, and mutes exterior noise nicely.

Even if you order the 300S with its more aggressive suspension and steering calibrations, the big 300 still delivers a smooth and comfortable ride. You can wheel it around town with ease, taking advantage of its remarkable agility, or you can go Rock and Roll down a two-lane back road no sailing on the road.

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