While the Chrysler 300C’s death is imminent, tuners want to give the car just one last chance. The British tuner MaxPower is offering a tuning package for the American sedan that includes exterior updates and a new exhaust system.

The exterior package includes a new front grille with five horizontal bars, a front bumper with additional air intakes and new front fenders incorporating air outlets. It will also sport new side skirts, a rear window spoiler, a discreet spoiler lip, and a sport exhaust system.

The entire package is finished by two-tone finish wheels with a black center and a aluminum polished outer wheel rim.

We wish we could say that this completely changed our minds on the vehicle, but that is simply not the case. MaxPower’s attempt to jazz up the Chrysler 300C left us wishing we had caught the poetry reading down the street instead. The add-ons provided to the vehicle were just not exciting enough to marvel over. We have to say it was a meager attempt in pimping the 300. Sorry, MaxPower, we are just not impressed.

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  (858) posted on 12.20.2011

The bumper looks so vintage. I haven’t seen such kind in new models. The headlight is just fine, while the outer rim is so weird. It seemed that most commenter here didn’t like Maxpower.

  (474) posted on 10.3.2011

Looking back at the past, this model of cars exist before, technically known or common with its huge or giant wheel and mouthed exterior near on its headlights. What I’m hoping to see is that how long it can run and stand, definitely more of its performance.

  (444) posted on 07.20.2011

Agreed. I guess this production has raised from its grave for the Chrysler offers a newer edition for this car! I’m impressed with the speed performance of the current version and it seems that they have made a better styling for the exterior here.

  (334) posted on 07.20.2011

hmm. I don’ think that once a car have an inactive production, it already means that its dead. As long as there are tuning company that wants to modified the car. I bet we can still see this car in the showroom or even on the street.

  (314) posted on 06.15.2011

Well, for me I think the only interesting on this car is that the add ons features here. And of course the fact that Chrysler is a luxury car!

  (415) posted on 06.15.2011

hmm. I don’t think that the modification in the exterior of this car is good. Actually Im not impressed I bet it would be better if they have upgraded the figure performance of this car.

  (429) posted on 05.31.2011

haha. Does it mean that an aftermarket production would help this car to saves the sale of the 300c! i like the upgraded tuner here! And I want to see it driving the public road.

  (378) posted on 05.31.2011

I think its not a good point to choose a car because of its upgraded exterior! I’m more of the speed of the car. So, I will go on with the car that has an awesome speed and performance. BTW, I don’t like the long nose styling for the front though the rest part is terrific.

  (247) posted on 08.1.2010

Chrysler wanted the 300C SRT8 to start a new trend of muscle sedans – a land where quarter-mile times reigned supreme, and booming exhaust notes were all that mattered.

  (647) posted on 07.11.2010

The designs and new features are really good but compare to 2010 edition it has a minimal changes.

  (417) posted on 06.20.2010

I like the design they did on this 300c. specially the wheel set.. and front end..

  (379) posted on 06.17.2010

they are face lifting the current one as it says in the article. and you cant just keep facelifting a model.

  (313) posted on 06.16.2010

Nice, I like they way they made on the 300c. It looks more aggressive and sporty with out sacrificing the luxury and comfort of the vehicle.

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