New tech, updated styling and other changes for Chrysler 300.
The Chrysler 300 has taken another step towards filling the large sedan segment of the market after the Falcon and Commodore disappear with a significant upgrade being introduced.
Chrysler has given the big sedan a new-look front incorporating a new grille and updated LED headlights. New alloy wheel designs complete the exterior make-over.
While underneath, the Chrysler 300 will now come with an eight-speed automatic as standard, this replaces the previous five-speed automatic transmission. The big sedan also gets an upgraded suspension set-up and an all-new electronic power steering system.
Finally, changes inside the cabin include the standard fitment of front seat heaters, as well as the Chrysler Uconnect system with voice commands and an 8.4” touchscreen with sat-navigation.
The Chrysler 300 is priced from $49,000 (300C) and the upgraded version of the 300 is now landing in Chrysler dealerships nationwide.
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