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2004 Chrysler 300MReview
Gregory writes:
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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 handles like a sports car even though its a sedan. I have 20 inch rims and low profile tires and the suspension handles the road and the ride nicely. Its aerodynamic and quiet and I got 27 miles a gallon driving from northwest Illinois to northeast Arkansas. I used premium gas. What a joy to drive!

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Guru9Q6M47 writes:
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Its up to my liking every thing looks in order

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2004 Chrysler 300M Review
JedTaylor777 says:
The difference is quiet apparant to me. The cost of the maintainence is by far the margin of what is the most relevant concern on either automobile.
vs2003 Jaguar S-TYPE
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2004 Chrysler 300M FWDReview
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Very Happy With It. — It is a nice car to drive. It takes the place of the sports car/hotrod that I can't afford. Handling is amazing, it has good power/weight ratio. It is enjoyable for drives in the country, cruising around. A well-balanced vehicle. 194,000km at Oct 2, 2015. I would buy it again. Very few problems with this car, probably the most trouble-free car I have had.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Nice style, power, handling.  Good gas mileage, 27-30 mpg hwy.

Cons: Nothing really, would have preferred more power, but it is much more than adequate (I love muscle cars, so naturally I want lots of horsepower).  Fyi---I just found cause of engine light being on for a few years, gas filler tube was rusted badly.

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2004 Chrysler 300M Special FWDReview
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I Love The 300m And Am Buying Another One — I love everything about my 300M I would recommend this make model to everyone Great job Chrysler The best car you ever made I think. And I'm purchasing another one in a week or so Thanks Much love it. Greatest Stacey

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: I love this style make and model of Chrysler

Cons: had recalls but great cars

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2004 Chrysler 300M FWDReview
Arkana writes:
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Fantastic, If Not Perfect Combination Of Luxury And Sport —

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 was as smooth as a cloud to drive, and had a whole lot more power. (Previous car: 1987 Plymouth Reliant) To this day after a little over a year the car remains to be an incredibly smooth ride. Impressive considering I drive it like a race car through bumpy countrysides, between 60 - 110 MPH daily for 50-350 miles a day since purchase, and it has needed no work related to the engine. The car is extremely reliable, the winters are bad where I live and last winter I had to go pick up my mom because her car couldn't make it home, I drove at 50 passing people on the way there in 3 inch deep snow and more falling as I drove with only studded tires. Even though the car is only front wheel drive it handles in the snow better than many cars that boast there snow drive ability such as Subarus, due to the design of the car. It has amazing handling on all terrains except deep mud, which I have also tested lol. As stated in the cons the initial looks do leave a bit to be desired, however, there are a few after market parts that wont break the bank and dramatically increase the look of the car. I bought some black with white halo led projector headlight frames and blue hid bulbs, along with a black mesh style grille and black out spray for the other lights on the car, my car is silver so I was going for a black trimmed silver look that came out quite nicely. I was skeptical but this 400$ upgrade made the looks of my car go through the roof in coolness, I notice people checking my car out all the time now as this is a car not often "pimped out" and it really does look unique and awesome. This cars power is quite impressive as well. Even in deep snow I haven't encountered a single road or hill, off road or on that this car couldn't climb or drive like a dream. I really love the 6 cylinder engine; a great balance of power, snappiness and gas mileage. Additionally, for about 400$ you can upgrade the exhaust and air intake and really boost this cars power and performance even more, an investment I plan to make soon. Also this car does have a restrictor/limiter on the engine that tops out at 112, going to have mine removed soon but currently do not know the speeds this car is capable of beyond that. I found out about the limiter in an interstate race with a newer, 05-09 Chrysler 300 who apparently had the same engine as me as we were completely neck in neck until the limiter kicked in. In long conclusion, I love this car. The features are all here, or available for upgrade such as with the in dash radio, for which a full touch screen GPS navi system is available for under 300$. Other than that this car has beautiful, comfortable and heated, leather seats to match the beautiful full leather interior. This is probably the most comfortable modern car I have sat in, comparable to the comfort of a 70s-80s top of the line Chrysler luxury boat such as the LeBaron or New Yorker. I have actually needed to sleep in the car before and the sleeps were never uncomfortable, whether laying back in the front or sleeping in the back seat its always really comfortable. Speaking of the backseats, they are designed as two individual, full bucket seats with an optional third seat or cup holder/arm rest, the result: a comfortable, presidential feel when riding in the back seat. And that concludes my review, hope that it sways you towards one day buying a Chrysler. After this car I am convinced that Chryslers are one the best cars on the road. Down the line, though I do plan to keep this car, I will more than likely only buy new 300s or older 300s to fix up and collect as they are great cars with great style, luxury and performance. Thanks for reading!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Nice looking, Decent to good gas mileage, Roomy interior, Good safety and reliability, Great handling and power, All around fantastic, if not perfect combination of luxury and sport

Cons: Base looks do leave a bit to be desired, Engine MPH Restrictor, Not the best gas mileage, Pulling at strings to come up with cons, there are very few.

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2004 Chrysler 300M FWDReview
TopDawg writes:
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I Absolutely Love The 300m — I just purchased this 2004 300M Platinum Series (with only 24500 miles on it!) to replace my 2002 300M Base model that had 196k miles on it. I love the way this car drives; the way it feels on the road and around town; and the looks I get when people see it. It handles well, is well featured and has a comfortable ride that compares with Euro-sedans that cost nearly twice as much.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Timeless sporty look; comfortable and roomy interior; sporty handling; excellent turn radius; well featured

Cons: It's not made anymore

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2004 Chrysler 300M Special FWDReview
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Is Ok — i like the car because is a car that can take any car exiting to driveand drives smooth turns very well takes off extrmely good specially if on 1 i driven the 300c SRT-8 and i prefered the m twice as much

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: is ok

Cons: electric problems

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2004 Chrysler 300M FWDReview
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Very Classy Euro-style Sedan — It will come the longer I own it. Only had it for 4 months. Plenty of hp and good acceleration, handles well with bad road conditions, bad mileage for a V6. Great fun to drive. Loads of options, and huge trunk space.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Sharp styling, "rich" color, luxurious options, 250 hp V6, can swap SRT-8 rims to it

Cons: Chrysler dealerships suck, limited aftermarket options, kind of looks like an "old man's car"

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2004 Chrysler 300M FWDReview
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I Have Been Driving It For 5 Years Now And It Has Been Pretty Much Trouble Free. — What I like about my Chrysler 300M is the comfortable ride, exterior styling, strong performance, great highway cruiser, great seats front and back, memory driver's seat, homelink, heated seats, beautiful mags, sunroof, automatic climate control, steering wheel mounted cruise and audio control.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Great car for the highway

Cons: Poor fuel consumption in the city

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Reviews From Other Years

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

2002 Chrysler 300M Reviews

Review By NOTTDOORS

Great car. Great power and very roomy comfortable. Cheap inferior interior parts. Read More

Review By OttoJP

I have owned four (4) 2001-2003 Chrysler 300ms - all have been good for 150k plus miles, so of course Im always looking for another one (my current daily driver 01 has 182k miles) to add to my fleet. ... 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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