2011 Chrysler 300 Review and Prices
About 2011 Chrysler 300
The arrival of the 2011 Chrysler 300 into the market is looking at one of the most dramatic return to glory the auto industry has ever seen in a long while. This one is undeniably a strong candidate to make a strong comeback and become a favorite in its class. Since the beginning of the vehicle series’ rise to prominence in the 50’s, it has not looked back since and there are more to look forward to as the future is indeed looking bright for this vehicle model series.
Kicking things off, the 2011 Chrysler 300 comes with a distinctive styling that demands attention to itself. This is a massive five-passenger full sized sedan that offers two wheel drive systems: rear-wheel and all-wheel drive system. It is looking to infuse more style into the vehicle, instead of merely offering a bland regular family sedan that most have been known to deliver. Instead of just focusing solely on function, it has allotted some time to giving it a sense of style that makes it stand out among its competitors. The Mercedes-Benz technology, after all, has been deeply rooted in the mind of its avid patrons that it holds a spot in their heart. It has earned its spot as the most popular choice of vehicle within the large sedan vehicle segment. It comes with a particularly impressive 300C trim level.
The styling approach on the 2011 Chrysler 300 is undeniably American with its double-lens headlights, bulging fenders, large chrome grille, and massive wheels. Indeed, it stands out on the road and becomes a commanding presence. On the inside though, it is just as impressive. The cabin space is generous while the passengers are in for a more comfortable ride with the increased legroom. In terms of interior design, this one emits a unique combination of simplicity and elegance. 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, gCh, 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. However, more powerful models such as the Limited and Touring trims are built with a 3.5-liter V6 engine with a max of 250 horsepower and equipped with five-speed automatic transmission. There are currently no ratings available for the model in terms of fuel economy, but some critics have noted that it will give decent numbers despite its massive engine power and on-road performance.
Pro’s of 2011 Chrysler 300
*Long list of safety features;
*Several choices of trim levels.
Con’s of 2011 Chrysler 300
*Poor car visibility;
*Meager engine output for the base model.
There are currently no definite pricing details available for the 2011 Chrysler 300, especially since its manufacturers have not issued any statement on the prices yet. However, the LX is the most modestly priced model in the range, with Touring and Limited at the opposite end of the price point.
The Bottom Line
The pricing details on the 2011 Chrysler 300 should seal the deal for consumers on this one. However, it has several positive merits to it such that it should fare well in the industry, even when pitted against its competitors. It has masculine styling suited for the toughest driving conditions, equipped with powerful engine and safety features to give value to your money, regardless of how much you have to pay for it.