2005 Chrysler 300 User Reviews

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    2005 Chrysler 300 Review
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    Front Seats Ranked 2005 Cadillac DeVille better.
    "Ac and heated seats"
    Back Seats Ranked 2005 Cadillac DeVille better.
    "Bigger and cooled"
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    2005 Chrysler 300 Base Review
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    Classy Chrysler — Car was very reliable and was a smooth ride and kept up. Liked the old body style as the new ones doesn't carry the same appeal and the beefy look. A lot more could be put in the v6 to make it much stronger but over all a good buy.

    Pros: Worked as a family car very well.

    Cons: Need the bigger engine

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    2005 Chrysler 300 Touring Review
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    Chrysler 300 Review — This is a good car overall, very practical and still good looking. I enjoy this car, there is a lot of room, I just wish it was a little more fuel efficient and had more power but overall it is decent.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: practical

    Cons: takes a good amount of gasoline

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    2005 Chrysler 300 Limited Review
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    Sexy — i didnt too much care for the blind spots in the rear view mirrors,you have to rises up to make sure no one is on your side before switching lanes,we should do that any way,over all loved the car

    Pros: looks good,stylish, sturdy ride,lots of leg room in front

    Cons: whats sucks is you have to take it in to the shop just to check the transmission fluid

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    2005 Chrysler 300 Limited Review
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    Nice Ride — I always loved the smooth Presidential look and ride the Chrysler 300 gives.When in this day an time (FIRST IMPRESSION) is a must.So that was one of my reasons for ME choosing this 300 Body style.It was my Bentley. Good Luck.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: VERY DEPENDABLE

    Cons: FRONT DRIVER SEATS HAS USAGE SPOTS.MINOR REPAIR

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    2005 Chrysler 300 C Review
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    Looks Nice — I like the look of the car and the seating room seems to run good but have had problems with windows and few other small things still haven't figured out window problem my Shocks sqeek and pop there shot my steering wheels sqeeks when I turn I hate how I can't check my trany fluid

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Car runs good has room for tall ppl like me

    Cons: Some parts where made cheep I have problems a lot mainly small ones

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    2005 Chrysler 300 C AWD Review
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    Elegance With 300hp! — When I bought this car it was pretty plain Jane--I put some polish and elbow grease into it the next day. When my wife came home from work she thought I had went and got different and newer model!

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: GREAT LOOKING CAR!  It's like driving a 60's muscle car-I love that feel

    Cons: Transmission is a little sluggish at times

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    Style — It gives others the impression of success which is useful in my line of work. I don't have to worry about traffic as I can move along fast when needed. \ I like the heated seats during the winter. It has a smooth ride during the summer, can be a little difficult on the large snow days in the winter.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Looks nice

    Cons: Front (auto adjusting) seat doesn't always get back to the right spot.

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    *sigh* — Love the car, but the gas takes me to the bank and robs me. I'm at the gas station every other couple of days, but I opted for the Hemi. Sad to say I will be getting rid of her soon. I really love her! Maybe if I had gotten her with less miles, it wouldn't be a pain...but it's a good car

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Stylish and powerful

    Cons: Fuel economy

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    Great Looks And Performance Would Certainly Consider Owning Another 300. — The performance on the highway is exciting. It is difficult to obey the speed limits. On the highway using cruise control it only uses four cylinders for improved gas mileage. When new highway gas mileage was in the 24 -25 mpg using regular gas. A fine automobile!

    Pros: The power and pick up of the 5.7 L Hemi makes it a real fun car to drive. Plenty of room for the family and timeles style. A really sharp looking car.

    Cons: Rear wheel drive and lots of power requires snow tires in the winter months.

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2014 Chrysler 300 Reviews

    Great Car! By Srd18

    The features on this car are hard to believe. Heated/cooled seats and cupholders, seat memory, adjustable pedals, etc. Can't find these same features on european vehicles at twice the price. Drives a... Read More

    Impressive Value By cptcook7

    I appreciate the aggressive looks of the car. On a cool evening the panoramic sun roof gives a green house effect, almost like you are outside. The Beats stereo- I enjoy. I have logged 20K mile... Read More

    2013 Chrysler 300 Reviews

    Car Is Ok, Not Great For The Money You Pay By crf2530

    Car has been ok, it's a nice car but as far as paying the money for the 300s it's not very sporty. Felt like the performance would be better, the engine sometimes doesn't kick in right away and there... Read More

    A Marvelous Car By jdillard05

    This car is a very dependable car. It accelerate fast and it can get up and go. I feel safe driving it. The gas mileage is what I look for and this car saves me a lot of gas. I have a 2004 Lincoln LSE... Read More

    2012 Chrysler 300 Reviews

    Absolute Dream Ride By im2bizzie

    This is my 3rd Chrysler 300. I love, love, love these cars!!! They are a very luxurious type of car without the additional cost as the "higher end" vehicles!! I refer this car to everyone!! The gas o... Read More

    Awesome Luxury Touring Sedan. By StevePHauser

    The 2012 Chrysler 300C Luxury Edition with the Convenience package and Safety package is the ultimate ride in both looks, style, performance. The Adaptive cruise control is fantastic, the amenities wi... Read More

    2011 Chrysler 300 Reviews

    Full Size Luxury Benchmark - Value Price By danzai

    the 2011 chrysler 300c (5.7l hemi, luxury package) is a great full size luxury sedan. the engine / trans combo is perfect for this car. it accelerates like a let liner - not a neck snapper just a soli... Read More

    Great By Freeman

    I truely enjoyed my 300 as long as I have owned it. The ride and handling are incredible. I get asked about it all the time at the gas pump. It is a head turner for sure. Would recommend to anyone Read More

    2010 Chrysler 300 Reviews

    Great Car By BigOj

    I like the gas mileage and the handling of this car. On long trips the suspension feels great very soothing. It is big enough to fit my family and our packages without a problem. Best car I've owned,r... Read More

    Classy By hjme818

    I absolutely love this car. the 300's are very nice, comfy, spacious, and not to mention the style is very classy and elegant. It is great to travel with. And the gas is also great. Never had a proble... Read More

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