2013 Chrysler 300 ratings and reviews

The 2013 300 has earned its place as one of Chrysler’s most luxurious, capable, and stylish vehicles, but what’s truly impressive is its new trim levels this year that pack in features and equipment for comfort, convenience, and more. The 300 lineup starts with the base 300 which gets automatic climate control, heated front seats, automatic headlights, leather upholstery, and a six-speaker sound system. 300S gets a remote start system and a sportier performance with a more powerful engine and a Sport driving mode, while 300C reverts back to the base model and adds ambient LED lighting, a remote starter, and heated rear seats. The 300C Luxury Series includes a platinum surround grille, platinum chrome mirrors, and 20-inch wheels with an exclusive design. The top-tier 300 SRT is all about performance with its HEMI VVT V8 engine, high-performance Brembo brakes, a deck-lid spoiler, front and rear parking sensors, and a sport-tuned suspension and steering.

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The 2013 300 has earned its place as one of Chrysler’s most luxurious, capable, and stylish vehicles, but what’s truly impressive is its new trim levels this year that pack in features and equipment for comfort, convenience, and more. The 300 lineup starts with the base 300 which gets automatic climate control, heated front seats, automatic headlights, leather upholstery, and a six-speaker sound system. 300S gets a remote start system and a sportier performance with a more powerful engine and a Sport driving mode, while 300C reverts back to the base model and adds ambient LED lighting, a remote starter, and heated rear seats. The 300C Luxury Series includes a platinum surround grille, platinum chrome mirrors, and 20-inch wheels with an exclusive design. The top-tier 300 SRT is all about performance with its HEMI VVT V8 engine, high-performance Brembo brakes, a deck-lid spoiler, front and rear parking sensors, and a sport-tuned suspension and steering.
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