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1999 Chrysler 300M Overview
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Based on 20 reviews
In 1999, the new Chrysler 300M replaced the less aggressive New Yorker at the top of the Chrysler line. The new full size utilized the LH platform also found at the roots of the Chrysler Concorde, LHS, and Dodge Intrepid. All featured the popular cab forward design. This layout helped Dodge and Chrysler increase overall interior room in their mid and full size cars.
The 300M was powered by a 3.5 liter which produced 253 horsepower and 253 pound-feet of torque. The V-6 was teamed with a 4-speed automatic as the only transmission option. Despite and long and heavy build, at 198 inches and 3567 pounds, the full size sedan traveled from 0 to 60 mph in 7.8 seconds. Overall performance is furthered a sports-tuned suspension. All 300Ms are front wheel drive.
Serving as the top of the line Chrysler model, the 300M was well appointed. It included leather heated seats and a multifunction trip computer. At the first encounter, the 300M appeared to be a fine blend of sport and luxury, but many found those attributes overshadowed by poor quality and reliability. Electrical problems were a common issue for owners, often related to the power windows and dashboard illumination. This model also had a recall in 1999, and many were unsatisfied with the quality of Chrysler service.
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