Chrysler 300 is a five-seat midsize vehicle in the Sedan category. For the 2017 model year, there are five trim-lines to choose from, all with the same 3.6L V-6 engine that produces 292 to 300 horsepower. Based on the estimated annual regular gasoline spending of $1,950 to $2,100, in five years you will lose $2,250 in fuel expenses, compared to that of an average vehicle. NHTSA has given the a 4-stars overall crash rating.
2017 300 has a relatively long wheelbase ( 120.2 in) and a wider body structure compared to vehicles of similar length and class. It is relatively heavier, too, with curb weight of 4013 - 4267 lbs.
2017 300 seats five adults. It has class-leading first-row passenger room on only two measurements - shoulders and hips. When it comes to second-row passenger room, 300 is a class-leader across all four measurements: legs, shoulders, hips, and head room. Trunk volume is the largest among its peers with 16.3 cu. ft.
2017 300 Limited
2017 300 S
2017 300 Alloy
2017 300 C
2017 300 C Platinum
|Engine||3.6L V-6||3.6L V-6||3.6L V-6||3.6L V-6||3.6L V-6|
|HP||292 hp||300 hp||300 hp||292 hp||292 hp|
|Drivetrain||Rear Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive|
|City||19 MPG||19 MPG||19 MPG||19 MPG||19 MPG|
|Highway||30 MPG||30 MPG||30 MPG||30 MPG||30 MPG|
|Combined||23 MPG||23 MPG||23 MPG||23 MPG||23 MPG|
|Annual Fuel Cost||$1,950||$1,950||$1,950||$1,950||$1,950|
2017 300 Sedan comes in five trim levels, with an average price that is $635 more compared to its rivals. With a heavier body, and on average less powerful engine, 300
2017 300 Sedan has a 4-star NHTSA overall crash safety rating, which is lower than the average among other competing models. However, it has higher than average ratings for all three crash tests: Front, Side, and Side Pole. Customers have filed fourteen complaints, which is as many as the average for its rivals. There are also two recalls issued by Chrysler, which by itself is a relatively high number.