2006 Chrysler 300 Top Comparisons

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2006 Chrysler 300 C AWDReview
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345 Hp Means Quick Acceleration — More power than you can shake a stick at, great in the snow, nice purr to the engine. The lights come on auto, the wipers come on auto, the NAV tells me where to go, with cruise control I can basically sleep while driving.

Pros: Bigger engine than most of the big pickups and SUV's on the road, and comfortable as hell.  

Cons: Not the best on gas - but who cares!!!

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Luxurious — Great to drive to and from work everyday! Good powerful engine and great brakes! Very comfortable and luxurious. Coffee holders and interior are in the right place. Very large and spacious. Large trunk space. Due to being a big car it ways a lot and is a gas guzzler!

Pros: Very Comfortable.
Luxurious.
Quiet.

Cons: Bad visibility.
Gas Guzzler.

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2006 Chrysler 300 Touring RWDReview
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Awsome Quiet Car, Kinda Big. — Really good car. I got into an accident with it, Hit the back of a lady driving a mazda. Air bags deployed on both sides. There was $11,000 in parts for the front end, and $6,000 for the air bags and seat belts. The insurance company wrote off the car.

Pros: Quiet ride, comfortable, power seats

Cons: a bit big

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2006 Chrysler 300 C RWDReview
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Finally A Comfortable Car — Nothing comes close to this car in good looks. The 300 proves big sedans can be front-and-center in the post-SUV age. Base 300 has more value for the money than any car in America--or anywhere else. In an age where everything else looks the same, the 300 not only looks different--but is different. This has to be America's # 1 car value! Why didn't Lexus design a car like this?"

Pros: RWD handling  
+ Automatic-transmission operation  
+ Distinctive appearance  
+ Interior space  

Cons: Winter traction and control without stability system  
- Intrusive (but valuable) stability system
- No front grab handles  

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2006 Chrysler 300Review
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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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Pros: Plenty of room.  Unique styling.  Enough power to enjoy.  Nicely executed exterior to interior contrast.

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

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2006 Chrysler 300 SRT8 RWDReview
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Love Chrysler Srt8 — I love this car. It's a fun street racing car with lot of luxury. You really don't feel like you're driving a large sedan because of the handling and sporty features it has. I still get complements on how new it still looks or how beautiful it is. I love Chrysler 300 SRT8s and would definitely keep buying them. For the price and all the options you get, its better than luxury cars of the same class and price.

Pros: Powerful V8 6.1L Engine. 425HP 0-60 in about 5 seconds.
6 disc CD player, Satellite XM Radio (subscription required), Navigation and rear DVD entertainment center. Kicker surround sound.
Bluetooth and voice recognition.
Rear parking sensors.
Leather and suede seating with heated front seats.
Sunroof.
Roomy interior.
Stock HID Xenon headlights.
20 inch stock chrome rims and Brembo brakes.
Really good gas mileage considering the type of engine it has. 18 mpg city/ 23 mpg highway.

Cons: Stiff suspension. Ride can be a little rough.
Gear shift response time can lag at times.
When parking forward in some spots with the concrete block on ground, you can rip off the front ground effects along with the front bumper/fender.
Premium fuel grade only.
Replace tires every year.
Rotors tend to take a heavy beating.

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2006 Chrysler 300 C RWDReview
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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

Pros: 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?  

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

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2006 Chrysler 300 C RWD Review
Nick says:
vs2006 Dodge Magnum R/T RWD
2006 Chrysler 300 C RWD winning categories:
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Looks/Style Ranked 2006 Dodge Magnum R/T RWD better.
"Has that chopped look to it"
Front Seats Ranked 2006 Dodge Magnum R/T RWD better.
"same seats"
2006 Chrysler 300 RWD Review
Nicole says:
vs2006 Dodge Stratus SXT Sedan FWD
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Handling Ranked 2006 Dodge Stratus SXT Sedan FWD better.
"The handling and steering has better stability."
Looks/Style Ranked 2006 Dodge Stratus SXT Sedan FWD better.
"Sleeker"
2006 Chrysler 300 C AWD Review
MrDrippy says:
vs2013 Dodge Dart
2006 Chrysler 300 C AWD winning categories:
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Family Car Ranked 2013 Dodge Dart worse.
"Big cargo space and such luxury style inside the car with lots of leg room as well as heated seats throughout the car."
Value Ranked 2013 Dodge Dart better.
"The year and technology puts on a greater value in the Dodge Dart rater than an 06 300c"

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The chrysler 300 is the nicest mid size car out. The pickup is great The comfort is unmatched and the price is very reasonable for what you get. Read More

2019 Chrysler 300 Reviews

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Window werent tinted and the headlights were yellow halogen bulb Read More

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