Chrysler 300 (2011)


CARBARN | Chrysler 300 (2011) | This car is a car that issued the very latest, have previously been issued a variant of the same, but in 2011 it issued a more recent variant, everything was new, from the form, facilities, machinery and others, want to know? following report



 

You might have noticed that it’s no longer badged as 300C, but if look deeper you notice that the new LED daytime running lights are arranged in the shape of a “C” in Chrysler’s honor. How about that! We also quite like the new Chrysler signature grille which has more character than the dull grille of the old 300C. But we don’t dig those chrome bits underneath the headlights, they’re really unnecessary.
Although there’s no image of the cabin available yet, but that’s too has been totally revamped, just like other new models from Chrysler and now offers a much better design and quality compared to the old model. It also gets some nice traditional touches like wooden trims and analogue clock.



One other great feature of the new 300 is the new-look 20-inch wheels which were totally necessary for this massive thing. They could have ruined it if they were to use smaller rims. Chrysler has also tweaked the suspension for more ride comfort and also used more acoustic insulation materials for a quieter cabin.




As for the engines, sure you get the firm’s Pentastar 3.6L V6 with 292-hp and 260-lb-ft pf torque, along with the 5.7 liter HEMI V8 churning out 360-hp and390-lb-ft of torque which is a bit outdated to be honest, being an OHV and all. Plus if you give 5.7 liters to European they will come up with at least twice the power of this unit.

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