2008 Chrysler 300 Top Comparisons

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2008 Chrysler 300Review
Michael writes:
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I think overall this is the perfect car for my age and my lifestyle. Its all I will drive from now on. For the styling and output of gas conservative range is very appealing .

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Abraham writes:
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The best car you can buy everything about it is worth it.

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2008 Chrysler 300Review
Three writes:
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Its a clean looking car

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2008 Chrysler 300Review
Stevej23408 writes:
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I own this car it is an exciting exhilarating and awesome car to Drive I hope US brings it back as A SRT8 Hellcat!!!

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2008 Chrysler 300Review
GuruJ369J writes:
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Nice car looks good and the price is decent to would like to get it.

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2008 Chrysler 300 LX RWDReview
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Great Car. Has Looks, Mpg And Comfort. — Great gas mileage, a lot of room in front and rear, quiet cabin, looks good at all angles. A little short on power with the 2.7 v6. Sits very low, I have scraped the cross-member on a speed bump with 4 large passengers.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great gas mileage, a lot of room in front and rear, quiet cabin, looks good at all angles.

Cons: A little short on power with the 2.7 v6.  Sits very low, I have scraped the cross-member on a speed bump with 4 large passengers.

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2008 Chrysler 300 Touring RWDReview
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Great Family Car — Overall, the car has been great for me as we have taken long trips across country and often travel out of state to see family. I bought a 2nd set of wheels and winter tires for the snowy months because the traction when launching the vehicle was poor. Over then oil changes, I had to replace the tie rod ends at 75000miles, and the engine consumed oil (about 1/2 qt. every 500 miles). The oil consumption issue was fixed under the powertrain warranty at 55000 miles. Dealership found oil control rings to be seized in all 6 pistons as the cause of oil consumption (Note: I changed oil at 6000mile, per the owners manual). With respect to the suspension, I felt the vehicle handled very well at highway speeds. However, at low speeds/loads, the vehicle tended to role more that I would like when going into turns (i.e. soft suspension)....then again, this isn't a performance vehicle. The interior craftsmanship is very good, the road /wind noise is minimal and there are very little rattles/squeaks coming from any of the interior trim panels.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: This vehicle is a great family hauler, especially on long trips. The truck is rather large and it cruises at highway speed very comfortably.   Front and rear seat room is adequate for 4 full size adults.  With the 3.5L, highway fuel economy is decent at 26-28mpg (depending on average speed). Interior quality is nice and everything is easy to reach and use (navigation, dual HVAC, radio, cruise control ect).

Cons: vehicle is sluggish when accelerating from a stop and overall feels heavy/sluggish in basic parking lot maneuvers. combined fuel economy is around 22mpg (50% city ad 50% hwy).  

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2008 Chrysler 300 SRT8 RWDReview
chryslerman writes:
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Awesome — this is the car ive always wonted toget ever since i first saw so when i got it was the happiest day of my life to finally get it after saving up for 2 year i turned 17 i went out and bought me a jet black chrysler 300 with 22'in chrome rims and ive never niglected my car befor its just perfect

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: that its a chrysler

Cons: that it doesnt have great power

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2008 Chrysler 300 SRT8 RWDReview
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Awesome, Fast Car, Can Hold 5 People,plus Inside And Out....outstanding! — The SRT8 Chrysler 300C SRT* is an awesome car, its very fast, very fast ! It rides like a sports car, great handling, hugs the road, as you step on the accelerator, you will feel like the cars in the 60's and 70's. Fast with loads of torque. The seats hug you just right, the SRT8 logo right into the seat, it is a beautifull car in and out. When you look inbetween the spokes of the mags, you see awesome large, shiney, break calipers, with slotted rotors for extra cooling, the braking system is so good, you stop so fast, you will need to look in the reveiw mirror to make sure you don't stop to quick, others have no idea how quickly this car car be slowed down, with just an easy touch of the break pedal.....

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: A car that handle your family, that is so sharp, you'll get looks from everywhere, this car is FAST, REAL Fast, top speed 173, from the factory, check them out on UTUBE

Cons: Gas milage in town about 15 mpg, highway about 19, sometimes a litlle better. The tires spin easily with out trying, it begs to be throttled !

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2008 Chrysler 300 Touring RWDReview
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Nice And Modern — it is very quiet relaxing and enough power. very good turning and handling pretty good performance for a v6 engine good price good drifting. nice and modern alot of passanger space. big trunk space good on gas. good looks nice

Pros: relaxing nice drive

Cons: really big

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2019 Chrysler 300 Reviews

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2018 Chrysler 300 Reviews

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2017 Chrysler 300 Reviews

Review By Donald

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