Chrysler 300 Model Review

19/30  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
5.3  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
16.3  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Chrysler 300?

The 2018 Chrysler 300 is Chrysler's most recent vehicle to hit the open market and their most recent in the 300 model line brand. The Chrysler 300 remains a pretty typical sedan, but apart from moving around a few features the 2018 version is more or less the same as last year's model. However, the V8 engine that was present before is now only available for two different trim levels.

2018 Chrysler 300 Interior

Trims & Features

The 2018 Chrysler 300 is built in a way that allows for it to have different trim levels with their own features. The Chrysler 300 comes with five different trim levels: the 300 Touring, 300 Touring L, 300S, 300 Limited and 300C. The Chrysler 300 Touring is the standard base trim level that comes with regular features such as 17-inch wheels, heated mirrors, a rearview mirror and access to Apple CarPlay and Bluetooth connections. The Chrysler 300 Touring L is a more premium version of the previous model with newer features such as 18-inch wheels, with 20-inch ones being an option, leather upholstery on the inside, heated front seats and special LED foglights that come with an optional value package. The Chrysler 300S makes 20-inch wheels a mandate but also adds power-adjustable front seats, LED foglights and paddle shifters for the engine transmission. The Chrysler 300 Limited contains new heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel and a driver-side mirror with an automatic dimming function. The Chrysler 300C trim model is the last and comes with the standard 20-inch wheels, specially adapted xenon headlights, a Harman Kardon sound system with 19 speakers and a panoramic sunroof.

2018 Chrysler 300 Front

Horsepower

The 2018 Chrysler 300 does come with an engine that has the strength and endurance to keep this vehicle functioning at a high rate. The average 300 engine can produce an impressive 300 horsepower rating at 6,350 wheel rotations per minutes, though some trim models have a slightly lower power. The engine can also produce roughly 264 feet per pounds of total torque. The base model for the Chrysler runs on regular unleaded fuel and an EPA of a combined 21 miles per gallon*, with 18 MPG when riding through the city and 27 when on the highways*. A standard all-wheel drive with an 8-speed shiftable automatic transmission rounds out the internal mechanics.

Safety

2018 Chrysler 300 RearThe Chrysler 300 has its own special set of safety features and measurements to ensure that drivers and passengers all over can ride in it and be safe. Being a sedan, the car is very child-friendly, maintaining basic features like child safety locks on the rear doors and special seating anchors. In addition to this, a post-collision safety system is in place in the event of a car accident and damage needs to be checked. Traction and stability control have all been modified and improved, with special brake drying functions now added to ensure the brake life lasts longer. Speaking of which, an emergency braking preparation feature is in place as well as braking assist in the event that the brakes fail to operate in a timely manner. An anti-theft alarm system has been included to alert users of potential car theft and fend off thieves and other unwanted elements.

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