Chrysler 300 dimensions

Latest model: Chrysler 300 SRT8 (2012)
Length: 198.6 (in) = 5044 (mm)
Width: 75 (in) = 1905 (mm)
Height: 58.5 (in) = 1486 (mm)

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Chrysler 300 details:

Stylish and comprehensive, the 2012 Chrysler 300 is an impressive full-size sedan. Chrysler 300 SRT8 offers the following pros: Convenient ride; quiet interior; comprehensive V8 engines; upscale dashboard materials; generous features list; available all-wheel drive. Chrysler 300 SRT8 drawbacks are: Limited back visibility; ride class can be compromised by large wheels and tires.

The 2012 Chrysler 300 is a full-size sedan available in six versions: base, Limited, Chrysler 300S V6, Chrysler 300C, Chrysler 300S V8 and SRT8.

The base Chrysler 300 comes traditional with 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlamps, heated mirrors, keyless ignition/entry, cruise control, dual-zone automatic conditioning, an eight-way performance driver bench with four-way performance lumbar adjustment, a tilt-and-telescoping helm, a leather-wrapped helm, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a six-speaker audio system with a compact touchscreen interface, a CD player, an optional stereo slot, an Ipod/usb stereo interface, radio and steering wheel controls. Bluetooth phone connectivity is auxillary.

The Limited adds 18-inch chrome-clad wheels, an updated transmission, remote ignition, leather upholstery, heated front seatings, a performance passenger bench, Bluetooth phone and stereo connectivity, and updated speakers. The AWD Limited gets 19-inch chrome-clad wheels and updated brakes. A Harman Kardon 19-speaker audio system is auxillary.

The Chrysler 300S V6 adds original look-and-feel components, performance tires, helm shift paddles, a larger touchscreen screen and a 10-speaker Beats by Dr. Dre audio system. However, leather upholstery and the performance passenger bench are features along with a navigator. The rear-wheel-drive Chrysler 300S gets 20-inch polished-aluminum wheels, while the AWD version gets 19s. They also differ in suspension tuning.

Auxillary on the Limited and Chrysler 300S V6 is the Luxury Group, which adds power-adjustable pedals and helm, driver memory functions, a heated helm, heated back seatings, heated and cooled front cupholders, a performance back sunshade and an auto-dimming look driver mirror. The Chrysler 300S version gets leather upholstery and the performance passenger bench. The Limited version gets updated leather upholstery, ventilated front seatings and a wood-trim helm.

The Chrysler 300C adds on top of the Limited's traditional equipment a V8 motor, automatic wipers, automatic high beams, a rearview camera, the larger infotainment interface, a navigator with real-time traffic and the Limited's version of the Luxury Group. The Executive Series version of the Chrysler 300C adds special "platinum chrome" look trim, 20-inch wheels, hand-stitched leather-trimmed dashboard surfaces, updated leather seatings and original wood trim choices.

The Chrysler 300S V8 is similarly equipped, but it contains the Chrysler 300S V6's look-and-feel components and audio system. The navigator is auxillary.

The SRT8 is a high-performance model that adds to the Chrysler 300C a high-performance V8, special 20-inch wheels, performance tires, Brembo brakes, a two-mode adjustable sport suspension, sport-tuned steering, front and back parking sensors, special look-and-feel and dashboard trim, adaptive and auto-leveling bi-xenon headlamps, a rearview camera, leather/faux-suede upholstery and sport seatings.

The Limited, Chrysler 300C and SRT8 can be equipped with the 19-speaker audio system. All but the base model can be equipped with a panoramic sunroof and the Safetytec suite, which contains adaptive and auto-leveling bi-xenon headlamps, adaptive cruise control, a blind-spot and cross-path warning system, a forward collision warning system, a rearview camera (300S), power-folding mirrors and automatic wipers (limited and Chrysler 300S V6). .

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