2004 Chrysler 300M Overview

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Avg. Price: $5,029
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Avg. Price: $5,163

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4.45 stars

Based on 15 reviews

Fantastic, If Not Perfect Combination Of Luxury And Sport by Arkana
 — This was not my first car but my first car from a dealership with payments. I got a great deal on it and was in love with the car from the moment I first saw it. Compared to my previous ride this car ... Read More
Great Car! by 300Mopar
 — This car is one of the best full size sedans their is until this day and for the price you cant get better then this.It handles like a true sports sedan and has an amazing appearance.I get alot of com... Read More
Tottally Love That Car - Fast And Fun!! by Ian
 — This is my 2004 300M Special. Only 500 Special Edition were delivered in Canada. What they have to be so "Special", they have the same basic equipment as a standard 300M, PLUS HID Xenon headlights, a ... Read More

2004 Chrysler 300M Overview

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2004 Chrysler 300M

This was the sixth and final production year for the Chrysler 300M.  Daimler Chrysler was already in the process of developing a new look for the long-running 300 name, and a totally unique successor was about to emerge.  Chrysler would retire the LH cab-forward design, and embrace a new platform borrowed from Mercedes Benz.  
A potent 3.5 liter V-6 supplied the 300M's power, with 250 horsepower and 250 pound-feet of torque. This engine was built specifically for this platform, but it would be passed along to the next generation of 300s.  The V-6 was paired with a four-speed automatic transmission, which featured Chrysler's AutoStick manual shifter.  The 300M's fuel economy was rated at 19/27 mpg. Not bad considering its powerful engine and 3567 pound curb weight.
There were no major changes for this final year of production, but a navigation system with voice prompts was now available as an option.  The 300M was designed with this purpose: offer drivers a blend of luxury and performance.  The sedan had a well-appointed spacious interior, and the initial offering of the car was given a sports tuning.  Later, when Chrysler split the 300M into two models, this version focused on luxury.

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Chrysler 300M Questions

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Is There A Fuse For The Heater And Ac Fan In A 2004 Chrysler 300m, And If S...

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What Would Make A Chrysler 300 Run Hot If U Check Out Water Pump,thermalsta...

the car is running hot but cant figure out whats the problem i check radiator ,water pump thermalstate. its not steaming out of tail pipe,what could it be am i missing something

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Dwirt714
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Popping/cracking Noise In Steering

my 2004 300 m special has a popping/cracking noise in the steering when I turn the wheels from right to left and viceversa. Why?

650 views with 3 answers (last answer 2 years ago)