2006 Chrysler 300 User Reviews

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green_twista_605 writes:
2006 Chrysler 300 C Review
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4

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Cabin, seats, looks, power

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Too much plastic, cheap stuff for a car marketed as it was.  Handling does not even come close to managing power out of the 5.7 Hemi

green_twista_605
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Good Car, Just Not Far Enough From Mediocrity. — I dont like the generic crap that I am finding out about it. Too much plastic. Its an 06 and it still has a tape player in it? Crap. No mp3 hookup until 07 either. Kind of bought it impulsively. Good car, no regrets.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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superhotpepperz writes:
2006 Chrysler 300 Touring Review
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A very nice looking car that is comfortable to travel in.

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Expensive to repair.

superhotpepperz
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Nice, Pleasant Car To Haul People In Comfortably. — Looks nice, rides very well, the seats are comfortable, and it is good on long trips. Expensive to buy, expensive to own, but still a good car. There are worse to buy that are more expensive and less comfortable to own.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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Rougey writes:
2006 Chrysler 300 C AWD Review
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5

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This car is sexy, sleek and comfortable! Very roomy for tall people.  The car is powerful and rides so smooth.  I used to commute so comfort and a solid frame was a plus in this vehicle.

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I honestly have nothing bad to say about this car.  I'm approaching 96K and its still running strong, very little maintence but then I take care of my cars so I'm sure that has been a plus for me.  Thinking about it, I would say a con would be some blind spots...but I've managed.

Rougey
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This Car Rocks! It's Beautiful, Fast Along With A Smooth Ride.. — The Chrysler 300C has been my favorite car I've owned so far. I typically buy new after three years, I've had my 300C for six years now. The look, the comfort and the power behind this beauty...I give two thumbs up easy!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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tjohn777 writes:
2006 Chrysler 300 Limited Review
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Comfortable, nice looking, smooth riding and handling, good gas milage (regular unleaded!).  

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No satellite radio.

tjohn777
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Great Family Car !! — Clean family car, driven easily, well maintained. Well put togther. Very clean inside and out. V6 Engine is responsive with good gas mileage. New tires and alignment recently provide good traction and a very smooth ride. Always garged and smoke free!

Primary Use: Family transportation

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300man writes:
2006 Chrysler 300 C Review
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stylish, loaded, reliable

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not fuel efficient

300man
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Great All Around Car — I loved everything about this car except the fact that I have to sell it quickly! There is nothing that I don't like about this car. If I just had to be picky, I would say that the fuel efficientcy is not as good as I would like but it has a lot of power with a 5.7L Hemi engine!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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dhunt writes:
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looks,preformance,handling,

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hard seats

dhunt
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Mrs — I love the way my car looks I can't think of anything i dislike. Maybe the seats are a lil hard. It has a lot of power. Rides real smooth. would highly recommend this car to anyone.pretty colors.This car gets great gas milage

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delshipp writes:
2006 Chrysler 300 Touring Review
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4

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looks and drives smooth on both street and highway

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the car itself is light in weight

delshipp
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Chrysler 300 — this car rides great and even not bad on gas. only issue I had was that the car itself was very light in weight to me and when the wind blew it was felt in the rear of the car , but I am used to driving suv's for years, so maybe it was just me.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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uzzwindy writes:
2006 Chrysler 300 C AWD Review
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this car is an AWD HEMI with all the power you'll ever need. Handles well in snow and wind and never varies speed with cruise on. Maintains speed going uphill or into a 40 mph wind and auto downshift going downhill.  

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mpg on open road trips 20mpg and about 15 in town

uzzwindy
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Old Guys Toy — I like everything about this car except that I couldn't pay cash. Had I been able too, I wouldn't be selling it. The car is as comfortable for my disabled wife as any we have tried. Has Passenger lumbar support.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Michael writes:
2006 Chrysler 300 C Review
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Fantastic Acceleration!!  Smooth as glass ride.  Boston Acoustics sound
system is probably the best sounding stock system there is...for this
price.  Bold styling.  Did I mention acceleration?  

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Gas milage... that's pretty much the only "con".

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Never Thought I'd Say It, But American Muscle Is Awesome! — While this car is very smooth (ride and idle), it still lets you know that there is performance under the hood. When sitting in the car at idle, you'll feel...every so often...a slight wobble of the car. This is the mildly aggressive cams they used. Once you understand that, you'll enjoy sitting in the car at idle to feel it. ;) If you want the speed of a sports car, but the practicality of a family car... this is it! I've had it for nearly 2 years now, and can't get enough!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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dvigano writes:
2006 Chrysler 300 Review
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4

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Plenty of room.  Unique styling.  Enough power to enjoy.  Nicely executed exterior to interior contrast.

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Pricey 300C model.  Necessity to upgrade most of the normal handling factors for this automobile in order to make it perform.

dvigano
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The Chrysler 300 ... From Concept To Reality! — I remember seeing a concept car from Chrysler several years ago that resembled the 300. I couldn't help but think what a great looking car it was. Thankfully, this car has become a reality and I was able to test-drive one on a road track in Phoenix, Arizona. First, the interior is nicely sculpted with flowing lines and rounded corners. The knobs and adjustments seem slightly out of reach, but hold true to the interior scheme. The guages, in my opinion, seem more retro than futuristic. Overall, the interior is a welcome contrast to the exterior of the vehicle. Second, the exterior is angular and slightly boxy, but very pleasing to the eye. It has an enjoyably bulky look with the side glass only going down to the shoulder area on the driver. The nicely flared fenders offer the option for wider, taller tires. This car really stands out in a crowd! Third, the performance of the V6 version I was allowed to test-drive was less than stellar, but offered enough power to push me through the course with ease. It had upgraded wheels and tires, suspension and brakes. Needless to say, it handled better than your average 300 would off the showroom. This was a joy to drive and (with the right upgrades) handled better than alot of sporty cars on the road. This would be a must for any family man/woman looking to have a little fun after they drop off the kids at the mall.

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