2007 Chrysler 300 Top Comparisons

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2007 Chrysler 300Review
Guru9DZW3H writes:
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They wont be selling any gas hemi engine so I want to get mine now

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Katey writes:
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I like the body and style it looks fancy but not too much

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2007 Chrysler 300 Review
Robert says:
I think the 300 is great in concept. From my experience I feel that it was poorly produced and better parts should have been used. I feel the same in regards to the Magnum and Charger of the same generation.
vs2007 Cadillac DTS
2007 Chrysler 300 winning categories:
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  • Handling
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Power Ranked 2007 Cadillac DTS better.
"V8 Northstar!! The end!!"
Handling Ranked 2007 Cadillac DTS better.
"The Cadillac handles like a dream. Its is almost has if you are walking on air."
Looks/Style Ranked 2007 Cadillac DTS better.
"I do not like boxy cars and for me the 300 is too boxy. For years its predecessor ( Deville) was very boxy but the new version (DTS) has gone away and is a bit more up to date with other vehicles."
Front Seats Ranked 2007 Cadillac DTS better.
"With the DtTS you have all of the power with adjusting and finding your comfort level."
Back Seats Ranked 2007 Cadillac DTS worse.
"I fell that it is a much more comfortable ride if you have passengers and are going on an extended trip based on seat design."
Cargo Capacity Ranked 2007 Cadillac DTS better.
"Well as as with most Cadillac vehicles it is very roomy and is for the most part unmatched as far as cargo in my opinion."
Family Car Ranked 2007 Cadillac DTS better.
"One simple word: Size."
Value Ranked 2007 Cadillac DTS better.
"I feel based on production and quality of parts that the manufacturer used is the reason why the 300 cannot keep its value."
Would Buy Ranked 2007 Cadillac DTS better.
"I already have the DTS and have driven the 300 as a rental and there is no comparison for me."
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2007 Chrysler 300 Touring RWDReview
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Great Family Car!!!! — The car is an overall great car. Looks good, comfortable/ smooth ride. Very good handling, makes a a fun driving experience. The 3.5 L engine is very responsive and powerful, while delivering better fuel economy. The trim of the interior could be better, as other vehicles of this year are well beyond what the crysler 300 has to offer. The crysler 300 strikes me as a family car, and unfortunatly doesn't gold its value very well.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Stylish , sport + luxury.  Powerful engine. Soft touch dash( great if in accident).

Cons: Too pricey for the trim.  Fuel economy could be better ( but it is a full size car) , doesn't hold value well.

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2007 Chrysler 300 SRT8 RWDReview
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I'll Miss It... — This car was the compromise between family and cargo room vs what I wanted in performance. The ex wanted a big grocery getter while I wanted something with decent power and good looks. Even with a 12" subwoofer and box in the trunk, there is still a lot of cargo room back there to bring back a good sized load of groceries. In the backseat, there is more than enough room for two other family members with the carseat in the middle. With roughly 360 HP at the wheels, (425 rated at the engine), there is a lot of power available to have fun in as well.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Very comfortable and luxurious with plenty of power stock and a great aftermarket for even more power and customization.  

Cons: Many will say the fuel economy sucks, but with this size of engine and the weight of the car, it's actually pretty good.  

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2007 Chrysler 300 C AWDReview
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Chrysler 300c Awd — I looked at some other cars in its class but in the end I got what I wanted for the price I wanted, It has the power, traction and Ride That I think is ideal, add in Navigation, a large sunroof , chrome wheels and an interior full of options and its a great deal. Thanks Champagne Motors

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Love the AWD, Hemi V8 and Options that came with this car

Cons: Should have got one sooner

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2007 Chrysler 300Review
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Very Nice Great Car :) — it ride very good on the road and highway, very nice and very smooth and very classy so many people has ask me wow what a very looking car ; it is a head turner too my grand - baby she looks good sitting in her car seat with all of the extra room in the back very nice color which is black by the way I am very happy to have this bad boy :)

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: I really love the look of this very nice car yes indeed :)

Cons: I really don't have anything but great words it is a very nice car by far :)

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2007 Chrysler 300 RWDReview
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Overall The Car Is Awesome!!!! — The car is superb and excellent with very little flaws. It compares with the modern sports cars with power to weight ratio. The 5.7L HEMI is so reliable and durable. I would definately recommend it to my friends to get one if they were looking for a new car.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: great power and handling.  The looks are very excellent.  I have the Great Americana Edition and fully loaded.  the emblems set the car off with the emblems inside the car as well.  lots of features like TCS and fuel saver mode in the 5.7L HEMI.  I average around 32 MPG on the highways.  

Cons: it does drink alot of fuel around town but it is what you get when you own a V8.  the 18" wheels are expensive when replacing them.  

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2007 Chrysler 300 RWDReview
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Nice Car — I enjoy driving this car everyday. Wonderful for a large family. Good on gas mileage and sits high off the road. Could use more power but you can always go for the V8. Nice car, made me a fan! Solid car.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Large and roomy vehicle. Great on gas mileage. Perfect for a family. Very stylish vehicle. Sits high off the road and is perfect for road trips.

Cons: Due to the size the V6 could use some more power.

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2007 Chrysler 300 SRT8 RWDReview
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Black Beast — This car was truely a BEAST - 6.1L SRT engine with KN cold air intake, magnaflow midpipes, no cats, and a custome dyno tune to bring it all together for just over 400hp at the wheels. Zero to 60 times in the mid 4s, Quarter miles in the upper 12's on street tires (traction limited). It was a sleeper too because nobody, including several crotch rockets, thought a car this big could be that fast!

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

Pros: Amazing performance

Cons: Horrible fuel economy

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I love this car. Sometimes I think they over do it with the price. It’s really a beautiful car. When I drove a 300 it felt very nice. I just have to keep saving for one. Lol Read More

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Review By Guru9DC78V

Surprising quality throughout the vehicle. Apparently we’ll-maintained and definitely a value. Comfortable, but not “loose” ride. Read More

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Review By Brenda

Smooth all around ride inside and out, great drive Read More

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Look great stylish fashion clean sweet Read More

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