2005 Chrysler 300C

    (26 Reviews)




    MSRP
    $33,130 - $39,370
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    2005 Chrysler 300C Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Chrysler 300C

    • The dash area may not be as fancy as some other cars in this segment, but its combination of sporty, semi-retro and luxury motifs is effective.

      - Edmunds.com
    • The 340-horsepower Hemi has to carry 4046 pounds, so it won't run with a Corvette, but it is plenty fast, with a 0-60 time of 6.3 seconds, according to Chrysler.

      - New Car Test Drive
    • Traction control, electronic stability programs, anti-lock brakes, and electronic brake distribution all improve the driver's ability to control the car.

      - New Car Test Drive
    • In person, the 300C is a bona fide eye-catcher. It's stately and mature, and yet powerful and compact-looking considering its generous overall length of 196.8 in., on a 120.0-in. wheelbase. Its proportions suggest that the rear wheels are providing the motive force, with a long hood, a nipped tail and bold wheel wells showing off the 18-in. rolling stock.

      - Road & Track
    • The 300C's interior is a functional yet elegant place, with spaciousness that befits the full-size sedan that it is. Tortoise-shell trim on the steering wheel and shift knob lends a '60s feel; gauges are classy.

      - Road & Track

    Chrysler 300C Comparisons

    • Squeeze the narrow pedal and you're met with a rush of steadily building acceleration with muted V-8 backfill, without hitches, stumbles or burps no matter the situation. At the test track, our radar gun recorded the 300C sprinting to 60 mph in just 5.6 seconds, well under Chrysler's own estimate of 6.3. In the standing-start quarter mile, a 300C will outrun several respectable sports cars including the Nissan 350Z, along with some full-size luxury heavy-hitters like the Lexus LS 430 and Infiniti Q45. Indeed, its 14.1-sec. clocking at 101.1 mph would make a Porsche Boxster S driver leery about racing for pink slips.

      - Road & Track

    Best one-liner about the Chrysler 300C

    • It's no BMW M5, but it does provide satisfying road-holding for a large, comfortable sedan.

      - Road & Track

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