Chrysler 300 Vancouver dealers have always loved the beefy, potent Chrysler 300 for its macho presence and level of coolness it brings to the road. With rumors of the venerable Chrysler 300 being discontinued in the coming years, we decided to do some research and bring you some of our favorite articles on the 2019 model year, to see if the Love… is still there for this awesome looking ride.
From its beginning back in the mid 1950’s with its sedan/station wagon versions to the current 2019 models, the Chrysler 300 has always been about high-performance out of a nice-sized sedan, with lots of luxury to it, while keeping the rugged nature of it’s near muscle-car nature. The Chrysler 300’s have always been among the fastest production cars on the road and the latest versions are no exception
Today we check out the Chrysler 300 and investigate all the rumors of the car getting cancelled for 2020 (and replaced by the Chrysler Portal). After being introduced in 2005, the car has come a long way to the present day in 2019, but it very well could be the last version of this car…ever!
A luxury car need not come with a large price tag; at least, that’s the idea behind the Chrysler 300. In its 14th year, and second generation, the 300 has repeatedly proven that by combining stellar performance, a wealth of customization options, and a beautifully appointed interior, you’ve got a recipe for success.
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The Chrysler 300 is one of the most enduring nameplates in the automobile industry. The current-generation Chrysler 300 has been around since the 2011 model year. The Chrysler 300 comes standard with a 292-horsepower version of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 and is available with a 363-horsepower Hemi V8.
If it’s a certain retro appeal you’re after in a four-door sedan, few vehicles can compete with the moderately priced 2019 Chrysler 300. To find out why the 2019 Chrysler 300 is rated 5.7 and ranked #7 in Large Cars, read The Car Connection expert review.
As more and more auto manufactures move away from sedans to take advantage of the ever popular SUV market, we are so glad for those like Chrysler that have kept some of their bread and butter models around.
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