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2002 Chrysler 300M FWDReview
Bob99 writes:
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I Finally Acquired One Of My Dream Cars. — We made a trip to Vegas in 2001 and rented a 300M and it became one of my dream cars. Recently when looking for a second car we found this exceptionally clean car with 79,000 miles on it. After a number of 4 cylinder cars and diesel pickups this is a breath of fresh air. Having had three Mopar muscle cars in the 60's I realize not all the power is there, but is an acceptable performance car for this age. The luxury and economy is a welcome plus in addition to a V6 that can push me back in the seat. 2011 - Now has 106,000 Miles. My favorite car! 2012 - Replaced front of engine - Timing Belt, Water Pump, Belt tigteners, everything I couldn't get to inside the front engine cover. 2014 - New tires - Now has 116,000 miles

Owner for 0 years, 1 months

Primary Use: Family transportation

Miles Driven per Year:10,000

Pros: Luxury, economy, plenty of power for a large sedan.  Stands out in a crowd.

Cons: Road noise.  Chrome rims corrode inside and leak air.  Need to be cleaned up if driven on icy roads that have been treated.

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2002 Chrysler 300M Special FWDReview
02SPEC1AL writes:
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Ride Is Smooth If The Road Is. Made For Handling, Not Comfort. More Of A Sports Car. — I ordered this car new. They told me it was the first one off the line. Handles like a dream. Runs like a champ. 109k miles now. Had trouble with the A/C. Replaced all but the compressor.18" logo wheels, dual exhaust, carbon fiber dash/trim, 4 disc changer, stainless kick plates, blinkers in side mirrors, HID lamps - all standard. Average MPG is 22.5. . Update: 1-2014 I just sold this car to a friend. 141k miles. $3,000. No rust, no scratches, no dings. He was thrilled to get it. I traded down to a 2000 Mercedes S500 with 108k miles. I was sad to see my 300m drive away. I do like my Benz though.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great style-love to watch this car roll down the road.

Cons: The dash cover splits where the passenger side airbag is.
I understand this to be a common issue

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2002 Chrysler 300MReview
JANSMEDACAR writes:
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Impressive 4 Door Sedan With Ample Power And Interior Space — The interior is roomy and looks like a new car. Lots of leg room in the back and front. Handles very nicely and has good pickup from start. Good for long road trips or short commutes. Maintenance has been at a minimal.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Very reliable car. Long last and pretty powerful 3.5L V6 Engine. Comfortable seating with lots of trunk space.

Cons: Others have said their check engine light goes on and they can't seem to get it off.

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2002 Chrysler 300M Special FWDReview
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I Am 6'4 And This The Most Comfortable Car I Have Ever Traveled In — It is by far the best car I have ever owned The interior design still is better than new cars today in the showroom My car is ten years old and I still get comments about how nice a car I have Check out the reviews on this car for yourself. 200,000+ miles is not uncommon. I have maintainence records, it runs beautifully, the interior is clean with one small tear in the rear passenger door handle.. Heated seats, 2 driver memory settings, auto dimming rear view mirror, sun roof, leather interior in charcoal, tire pressure monitoring, 4 disc changer, this car is loaded everything works perfectly.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: To get all of these features on a car today you will pay about 40-45K
This is car is like riding on rails,especially on the open road

Cons: Front fascia is a little low

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2002 Chrysler 300M Special FWDReview
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My Car — It is a sharp car. It performs great! Even though it has leather, I love it! I enjoy driving this car. This is the 2nd Chrysler 300M we have owned. I love being able to open the sunroof. It really looks so sharp when it's clean. I like being able to push one button and the drivers seat, the rear view mirrors and the radio station sets to my preferences!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Programmable seat, mirrors and radio station

Cons: Leather

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Reviews From Other Years

2004 Chrysler 300M Reviews

Review By Gregory

I was a GM guy until I bought this 2004 Chrysler 300m. I liked the styling a lot, but was surprised at the leather interior and features the car has. Better than any Lincoln or Caddy. It drives and h... Read More

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Its up to my liking every thing looks in order Read More

2003 Chrysler 300M Reviews

Review By peterbhvac

Great car, I have owned five of them. Comfortable, Reliable, Good Performance and quality for the 2001-2004 model years . Read More

About My Car By Megan

It is just awesome... Everything about it is sweet. It is very smooth & especially the acceleration sometimes I barely realize how fast & quick I can go. It's so much fun to drive! Gas mileage could ... Read More

2001 Chrysler 300M Reviews

My Kind Of Car By rocheyroche07

I loved this car, I still regret selling it. The stock wheels that came with the car really added a nice look to it. it was luxury at an affordable price. The power of this car actually surprised me. ... Read More

Great All Around Car. Mileage Is Acceptable For A Large Car. I Get 27 Highway. By aztec626bf

All around great car. Very comfortable seats for long or short trips. Heated seats are great and fast acting. This car is great for long trips. Very little fatigue compared to most cars. visibility is... Read More

2000 Chrysler 300M Reviews

Review By Guru91HP2D

300M is a fantastic vehicle. Short lived [99-04] but sporty and quick for V-6. Some plastic interior quality issues [dash vertical crack passenger side on almost every one Ive seen]. Overall the vehic... Read More

Great Car By Kdpinkham1

I liked the look and feel of this car, miles are high but still runs well and gets great gas mileage. Handles well in snow for a front wheel drive car. It would make a great car for a new driver. Read More

1999 Chrysler 300M Reviews

Review By Guru91HP2D

Spacious sound powerful engine for a v6 plenty of horsepower. Some material used for the interior is cheaply constructed. Passenger side dash almost always will have a crack [seem like] and Door han... Read More

Wonderful By Christopher

i like everything about the car its plush rides great and smooth. it is a great looking ride. has a nice sound system. the only thing i dont like about it is the trunk rattles with my speakers are in ... Read More

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