2007 Chrysler 300 User Reviews

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    2007 Chrysler 300 SRT-8 Review
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    Great Fun Car If You Can Afford To Fuel It — It is fast! The V8 uses a lot of fuel though but it gets from 0-100 in no time. There was this crappy old Integra that lined up beside it and I burned some rear wheel rubber with it and put it to shame, enough said.

    Pros: fast, fun

    Cons: fuel efficiency (the lack of)

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    2007 Chrysler 300 Base Review
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    25

    Go Buy One — slow on take off, high end torque, nothing needs fixed just upgrades, love the looks of it, no matinence yet, 30 mpg, its a blast to drive, ive upgraded alot of stuff on the car to "bling" it out, i love it

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: its awesome

    Cons: nothing

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    2007 Chrysler 300 Touring Review
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    Nice Ride — great ride, I would lower it and stiffin up the suspension if I were drive it everyday (just don't care for the "Luxury" car float) The big 6cyl acts very well for such a land cruiser. I drive an SRT-8 so I find myself comparing them, which is like apples to oranges.... the only thing the same is they ar both round.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: styleing

    Cons: 6 cyl

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    2007 Chrysler 300 C AWD Review
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    I Love Everything About This Car. — 345hp Hemi V8. It gets UP.Very smooth, very quiet. Inferno Red Chrystal Pearl. A color so beautiful it requires 4 names. At first I didn't like the big grill. It grew on me. I really like the 'muscular styling'. The only problem in 40k miles is the driver window regulator had to be replaced under warranty because of the memory. MPG still pretty low - 15/21 but my experience shows it gets better ~60k. 30 days after I bought it, they offered a lifetime powertrain warranty for $750. Hope it was $ well spent. The stereo bumps but I wish it had the MP3/CD Changer/Super subs.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Beauty, Luxury, Comfort.

    Cons: the spare tire

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    2007 Chrysler 300 Touring Review
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    I Love It — I have only had this car for a little over a year now, but so far I love it. It is very comfortable and smoth, you barly notice the bumps in the road. Mine only has the V6 in it and yet if feels like it has more power then needed, it surprized me alot since it is a very heavy car. So far no problems yet.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Comfortable and smooth ride

    Cons: IF you live in the city is is hard to find a parking spot big enough somethimes

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    2007 Chrysler 300 SRT-8 Review
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    Kick Ass! — I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS CAR! It handles great, looks great, drives great and definitely lets you know it has a Hemi under the hood. I have changed a few things about the car since last year. I installed a brand new intake system, installed custom side air vents and replaced that GROSS grill with a brand new sleek black chrome netted grill. Just for fun the car has 20' low profile tires with alloy rims. Total cost for the car including upgrades is around $60,000.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Just everything..it's comfortable,fast and looks sexy :)

    Cons: It can't drive in the snow....The Hemi makes it slide everywhere LOL

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    2007 Chrysler 300 Touring Review
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    My 300 Touring — My 300 handles a lot better than any car I've owned in the past. I've only had to have the blower moter replaced. The apperance is BEAUTIFUL. I average 22 mpg highway,next to nothing for maitenance I've driven many different typs of car's and trucks and none compare to the experience of driving the 300. it's the best.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Handling,ride quality,apperance,performance.

    Cons: nothing

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    2007 Chrysler 300 SRT-8 Review
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    Why I Love My Srt-8 — Love my car nothing wrong at all. Great for long trips or a quick sprint to the store with the kids. It's not even so bad for a little street racing when the Cobra is parked. Just need to add the nitrous now.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: A great all-around package

    Cons: Winter driving

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    2007 Chrysler 300 C Review
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    Big And Bold — Performance - not bad for a big car handles well too Build quality - good except for the wheels which corrode quickly Appearance - coooool - looks imposing on the road Cost of ownership - average good fuel consumption Fun Factor - great if you like posing but you can't throw it round bends

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Looks like a car 4 times the price

    Cons: it's very large and not good to park

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    2007 Chrysler 300 C Review
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    Chrysler 300c Crd 2007 — The performance of the car is great altough it is a diesel powered. But the Mercedes 3.0 liter V6 engine puts out 217hp and torque of 510nm. It moves this big car from 0-100km/h in 7,8 seconds and still the consuption is quite low taking only 7-8 liters in 100km. Outside apperance is pretty much different compared to anything else on the road these days. There's no other car like it on the road. Interior is a little more conventional but it does the job :) The car is based on Mercedes E-Class, sharing the same engine, automatic gearbox and chassis, it gives a smooth ride. It's not a sporty car to drive but it's not made to be driven like a sportcar.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Engine performance compared to the size of the car and consumpition.

    Cons: The wheel size of 18" requires a little more expensive tires than your average car.

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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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