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Chrysler first introduced the 300 back in 1955 as a high-performance luxury car built in very limited numbers. Often regarded as a forerunner to the muscle cars of the 1960s and 1970s, the initial 300 "letter series" was produced with coupe and convertible body styles and powered by V-8 engines displacing up to 6.8 liters. Discontinued in 1965, the nameplate returned briefly in 1970 and 1979, before being revived with the sedan we’re familiar with today. The modern-day 300 debuted in 2004 with a range of V-6 and V-8 powerplants, including a diesel for European markets. Built on Chrysler’s rear-wheel-drive LX platform which features components from the W211-generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class, the 300 was redesigned for the 2011 model year. As we venture into 2015, Chrysler introduced mid-cycle refresh for the second-gen 300 at the 2014 Los Angeles Show.

Much like the 2015 Charger, the revised 300 gains a significantly altered front fascia, featuring a larger grille and brand-new headlamps. The rear end is equally new, while the interior boasts the most refined materials ever to grace a 300. Although the two available engines remained unchanged for 2015, the 5.7-liter, HEMI V-8 received the company’s much-praised eight-speed automatic transmission. Read all about after the jump.

Updated 11/21/2014: We took a trip to the LA Auto Show this year, so we snapped a few pictures of the refreshed 2015 Chrysler 300.

Click past the jump to read more about the 2015 Chrysler 300.

  • 2015 Chrysler 300
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    eight-speed automatic
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    260 @ 4800
  • Displacement:
    3.6 L
  • 0-60 time:
    7 sec. (Est.)
  • Top Speed:
    155 mph (Est.)
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Around back, the LED taillights received a unique signature, while the black valance and the prominent spoiler add a touch of sportiness to the sedan.

The 2015 300 gets a refreshed front fascia consisting of a much larger grille with a new mesh and revised LED headlamps. Down bellow, a chrome Mobius strip outlines the lower grille, which extends outward to embrace the reshaped LED foglamps.

Around back, the LED taillights received a unique signature, while the black valance and the prominent spoiler add a touch of sportiness to the sedan. The same high waistline and muscular shoulder lines are noticeable from the side. Additionally, seven new wheel designs are available for 2015, ranging from 17 to 20 inches in diameter.

Chrysler seems to have managed to recapture some of the 300’s original design, after failing to do the same with the pre-facelift, second-generation model.

Exterior Dimensions

Wheelbase 120.2 Inches (3,052 MM)
Track, Front 63.4 Inches (1,611 MM)
Track, Rear 63.8 Inches (1,620 MM)
Overall Length 198.6 Inches (5,044MM)
Overall Width 75.0 Inches (1,902 MM)
Overall Height 58.4 Inches (1,484.4 MM)
Drag Coefficient (Cd) 0.320

Side-by-side comparison

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Novelties also include a standard seven-inch display, the company's newest Uconnect system, and a brand-new, three-spoke steering wheel.

Updates continue inside the cabin, where higher-quality materials can be spotted all around, along with more wood and aluminum inserts, as well as a reshaped center console with a clean and classy design. The electronic gearshift lever is gone from the automatic models, replaced by the rotary selector found in the smaller Chrysler 200. Novelties also include a standard seven-inch display, the company’s newest Uconnect system, and a brand-new, three-spoke steering wheel.

Also contributing to the car’s more refined interior are the new cabin themes inspired by four American cities — La Jolla (California), Manhattan (New York), Detroit (Michigan), and Sausalito (California). The La Jolla Indigo/Linen combo is exclusively available for the 300 C Platinum, while the Detroit Black/Ambassador Blue is reserved to 300S models. The Sausalito Black/Linen goes into the 300 Limited and 300C, while the Manhattan Black theme is available across the entire lineup.

Interior Dimensions

Head room (In./MM) 38.6 (981)
Legroom (In./MM) 41.8 (1,061)
Shoulder room (In./MM) 59.5 (1,510)
Hip room (In./MM) 56.2 (1,428)
Seat travel (In./MM) Driver — 10.6 (270)
Passenger — 8.66 (220)
Recliner angle range, deg. Power — 70.7
Manual — 70
EPA front row interior volume, cu. ft. (cu. m) 55.6 (1.573)
Rear Seat
Head room (In./MM) 37.9 (963)
Legroom (In./MM) 40.1 (1,019)
Knee clearance (In./MM) 3.9 (99)
Shoulder room (In./MM) 57.7 (1,465)
Hip room (In./MM) 56.1 (1,425)
EPA second row interior volume, cu. ft. (cu. m) 50.7 (1.4)
Total Interior Volume, cu. ft. (cu. m) 106.3 (3.0)
EPA Luggage Compartment Volume, cu. ft. (cu. m) 16.3 (0.5)


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There's is a bit of news in the drivetrain department though, as Chrysler gifted the V-8-powered 300 with its eight-speed Torqueflite automatic.

There’s nothing new under the hood for the 2015 model year, as both engines carry over unchanged. The same 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 cranks out 292 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of the torque in the base model, while the tried-and-true 5.7-liter, HEMI V-8 motivates the higher trim versions by means of 363 ponies and 394 pound-feet of torque.

There’s is a bit of news in the drivetrain department though, as Chrysler gifted the V-8-powered 300 with its eight-speed Torqueflite automatic. Previously, V-8 models were fitted with six-speed transmissions. With the new unit, 300C and 300C Platinum models are still capable of reaching 60 mph from a standing start in less than six second, but the automaker has yet to provide precise performance information.

Drivetrain Specifications

Type and Description 60-degree V-type, liquid-cooled 90-degree V-type, liquid-cooled with variable-cam timing (VCT)
Displacement 220 cu. in. (3,604 cc) 345 cu. in. (5654 cc)
Bore x Stroke 3.78 x 3.27 in. (96.0 x 83.0 mm) 3.92 x 3.58 (99.5 x 90.9)
Valve System Chain-driven DOHC, 24 valves, hydraulic end-pivot roller rockers Pushrod-operated overhead valves, 16 valves, eight deactivating and eight conventional hydraulic lifters, all with roller followers
Fuel Injection Sequential, multiport, electronic, returnless Sequential, multiport, electronic, returnless
Construction Aluminum deep-skirt block with aluminum-alloy heads Deep-skirt cast-iron block with cross-bolted main bearing caps, aluminum alloy heads with hemispherical combustion chambers
Compression Ratio 10.2:1 10.5:1
Power (SAE net) 292 HP @ 6,350 RPM (81.1 bhp/liter)
300 HP @ 6,350 RPM (83.3 bhp/liter) – 300S only
363 HP @ 5,200 RPM (63.7 bhp/liter)
Torque (SAE net) 260 LB-FT @ 4,800 RPM
264 LB-FT @ 4,800 RPM– 300S only
394 LB-FT @ 4,200 RPM
Max. Engine Speed 6,400 rpm (electronically limited) 5,800 rpm (electronically limited)


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The 2015 Chrysler 300 beings from $31,395, which means the sticker for the base model remains unchanged compared to the previous year. The 300S and 300C fetch an additional $500 at $34,895 and $37,895, respectively, while the range-topping 300C Platinum retails from $42,395.

Model Price
300 Limited $31,395
300S $34,895
300C $37,895
300C Platinum $42,395


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Launched in 2010 and revised for the 2013 model year, the sixth-generation Ford Taurus is a front-wheel-drive sedan that’s more suited to compete against the Chevrolet Impala. However, if you fancy a Ford-badged car the size of a Chrysler 300, then the Taurus is the only option.

The entry-level sedan is powered by a naturally-aspirated, 3.5-liter V-6 that cranks out 288 horsepower and 254 pound-feet of torque. The available 2.0-liter, EcoBoost four-pot sends 240 horsepower and 270 pound-feet to the wheels, while the twin-turbo, 3.5-liter, EcoBoost V-6, which is available only with the range-topping, SHO model kicks in at 365 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of twist.

Ford’s largest sedan is priced from $26,780, while the SHO begins at $39,980.

Chevrolet Impala

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Larger and more upscale than the previous model, the 10th-generation Impala debuted for 2014 model year. The full-size Chevy shares underpinnings with the Cadillac XTS and it’s available with a choice of three different powertrains.

The range begins with 2.5-liter, inline-four unit that delivers 195 horsepower and 187 pound-feet of torque, while the available 3.6-liter V-6 is rated at 305 horsepower and 264 pound-feet of torque. The third powertrain option is a 2.4-liter with eAssist "hybrid" that generates 182 horsepower and 172 pound-feet of torque. Unfortunately, the Impala doesn’t come with a V-8 drivetrain, leaving that privilege to the SS muscle sedan.

The Chevrolet Impala starts from $27,535. The top-level LTZ trim with the V-6 powerplant comes in at $36,580 before options.


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It was about time the 300 sedan received a facelift and thankfully Chrysler didn’t disappoint. Sure, there’s nothing new under the hood, but the eight-speed automatic is a much needed-addition to the 5.7-liter, HEMI V-8. I must confess I didn’t have high expectations from the 2015 300, which is probably why I think it looks surprisingly good on the outside. It takes me back to the first-gen model that was launched in 2005, and that’s a good thing in my book. I never really liked the second-gen 300, but that’s about to change with this facelift.

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Press Release

With roots that include the breakthrough 1955 and 2005 models, the new 2015 Chrysler 300 takes the nameplate’s style and sophistication to new levels and highlights six decades of ambitious American ingenuity through iconic design proportions and inspired materials, world-class quality and craftsmanship, best-in-class 31 miles per gallon (mpg) highway fuel economy, plus class-exclusive innovations — including a state-of-the-art TorqueFlite eight-speed transmission now standard on every model, the segment’s most advanced all-wheel drive (AWD) system, award-winning Uconnect Access services, all-new and segment-exclusive 7-inch full color driver information display (DID) and the newest generation Uconnect systems — putting boulevards and interstates on notice once again.

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"Our new 2015 Chrysler 300 builds on its 60-year legacy of delivering world-class performance, elegance, sophistication, technology and craftsmanship - a combination that can only be found in our big, bold and proudly American rear-wheel-drive sedan," said Al Gardner, President and CEO - Chrysler Brand. "Beyond its head-turning iconic proportions and even more commanding Chrysler front-end and grille, our new 300 is designed to reward hard-working individuals by delivering class-exclusive technologies, premium appointments and levels of quality of sedans costing thousands more."

Heritage-inspired styling combined with world-class execution make the new Chrysler 300 stand apart from the competition
Building on its 48 percent sales increase over the last four years, the new 2015 Chrysler 300 sedan arrives to the market with unmistakable styling and world-class engineering, quality and technology that is designed to exceed expectations and rival luxury import competitors in premium segments priced thousands higher.

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With the Chrysler development team’s determination to set the 300 apart from the competition, the brand’s new sedan proudly makes the following segment claims (upper large car segmentation):

Best-in-class V-6 highway fuel economy
Best-in-class V-6 driving range
Best-in-class V-8 driving range
Best-in-class V-8 horsepower
Best-in-class V-8 torque
Best-in-class interior volume
Best-in-class rear seat volume
Unsurpassed V-6 combined fuel economy
Most technologically advanced vehicle in its class
Most technologically advanced (AWD) system in its class
Class-exclusive front axle disconnect with active transfer case
Most luxurious vehicle in its class (Chrysler 300C)
Segment’s largest touchscreen display
Segment’s largest dual-pane sunroof available
Class-exclusive TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission
Chrysler 300 is the only vehicle in segment to offer V-6 or V-8 engine with
a standard TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission
Class-exclusive available illuminated dual heated and cooled cup holders
Class-exclusive electronic rotary transmission shifter

Lifestyle driven models highlight the Chrysler 300 sedan’s broad appeal
Building on the success of the Chrysler 300 sedan’s lifestyle driven models, the lineup has been revamped for 2015 with four highly equipped models:

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300 Limited — U.S. MSRP $31,395 (plus $995 destination)
300S — U.S. MSRP $34,895 (plus $995 destination)
300C — U.S. MSRP $37,895 (plus $995 destination)
300C Platinum — U.S. MSRP $42,395 (plus $995 destination)

Bold American design that has broken the segment model for six decades
Confident looks, expressive materials and world-class execution make the new 2015 Chrysler 300 stand apart from the competition.

At the front of the new 2015 Chrysler 300, a redesigned fascia features a more sculptured surface, taller more prominent grille with a unique dimensional texture and chrome grille surround. The grille contains the Chrysler wing badge, which appears to float within the dramatic grille texture and highlights the new “face of Chrysler.” Nestled below the upper grille is an elegantly drawn chrome Mobius strip, which outlines the lower grille opening and extends outward, surrounding the new optional LED fog lamps. This new detail reinforces the Chrysler brand’s new design direction and provides the Chrysler 300 with even more visual presence. Bi-functional projector beam headlamps are available with adaptive forward lighting (AFL) to better illuminate road curves ahead, while integrated LED-illuminated daytime running lamps (DRL) form a “C” shape for unmistakable brand identity. New LED fog lamps are available and provide a consistent white illumination at the front.

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From the side, unmistakably strong, yet subtly executed shoulder lines pay homage to the Chrysler 300 series design heritage and define the correlation between front and rear wheel arches. A high beltline stays true to the Chrysler 300 sedan’s signature proportion, while its elegantly tailored chrome side window surrounds and available chrome mirrors hint at the luxurious interior within. Seven new wheel designs, ranging from 17 inches to wider and wheel-well-filling 20 inches, provide the new 2015 Chrysler 300 with a planted, road-holding look.

Finishing the new Chrysler 300 sedan’s powerful rear stance is a new sculpted LED taillamp with an illuminated halo, providing a unique signature appearance. A restyled rear fascia has a more fluid surface and features a tailored chrome fascia trim accent. Below, a new lower valance in black provides visual width and lightens the appearance of the sedan. Last, a pair of elegantly drawn, polished exhaust tips are placed in the corners to give the Chrysler 300 an upscale athletic appearance. These key design elements provide a visual tie to the all-new Chrysler 200 sedan, while keeping each models’ unique personality.

An interior wrapped in American style with world-class materials, craftsmanship and technology
Inside the new 2015 Chrysler 300 passengers will be immersed in a sophisticated blend of hand-sculpted fluid shapes, high-quality and innovative material choices inspired by American cities, precision craftsmanship, state-of-the-art technology and thoughtful, clever features. When designing the new 2015 Chrysler 300, the team incorporated unique design elements and utilized authentic materials to create an interior identity that is comfortable yet beautiful – and one that could only be born in Detroit.

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La Jolla, California – Indigo / Linen

As the pinnacle of the Chrysler brand’s lineup, the new 300C Platinum offers an all-new and exclusive two-tone Indigo/Linen interior inspired by La Jolla’s ocean views lined by sandy expanses and unexpected coves. This sedan’s interior environment features segment-exclusive use of quilted and perforated Nappa leather on front and rear seats. Highlighting this sedan’s world-class level of craftsmanship and comfort are premium Nappa leather door panels with exclusive quilted inserts. Once limited to exotic sedans priced tens of thousands more, ultra high-end Foligno leather from Italian leather expert, Poltrona Frau, wraps the instrument panel and sides of the center console and is finished with French accent stitching. A two-tone Indigo/Linen leather-wrapped steering wheel is hand-stitched together and includes die-cast paddle shifters and a unique chrome accent ring to highlight the segment-exclusive 360-degree heated rim. Completing the interior environment is specially selected and hand-sanded natural pore wood stained in a matte-Mocha finish for greater beauty
Model: Chrysler 300C Platinum

Manhattan, New York – Black

The high-fashion and rock-’n’-roll edge of Fifth Avenue in New York City was the inspiration for the Black leather interiors available in every Chrysler 300 model. Bright Chrome and Satin Chrome accents highlight the Black leather environment. Model specific use of hydrographic and stitching accents include Charcoal Metallic and black stitching (300 Limited) and Matte Carbon and Silver stitching (300S), while real Black Olive Ash Burl wood with bronze stitching is standard on 300C models. For a bespoke look, specially selected and hand-sanded natural pore wood is stained in a matte-Mocha finish and paired with Black accent stitching
Models: Chrysler 300 Limited, 300S, 300C and 300C Platinum

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Detroit, Michigan – Black / Ambassador Blue

The tenacious, “never-say-die” spirit of Detroit was the inspiration for the 300S model’s exclusive Black with Ambassador Blue Nappa leather interior with industrious Silver accent stitching. For added detail, the center console armrest and door armrests are color matched to this model’s unique sport seats and feature French seamed stitching in silver. Exclusive use of Piano Black on interior center stack, instrument panel, steering wheel, gauge cluster and door panel elements provide a uniquely lacquered and highly detailed appearance. Matte Carbon hydrographic accents and die-cast paddle shifters are also included
Model: Chrysler 300S

Sausalito, California – Black / Linen

A city that projects "oneness" with its environment – Sausalito, California was the muse for the two-tone Linen and Black interior. Inside a peaceful Zen is represented by these color choices. Bright Chrome and Satin Chrome accents highlight the environment while Charcoal Metallic hydrographic accents with black stitching and Black Olive Ash Burl wood with bronze stitching accents provide 300 Limited and 300C models with a high level of craftsmanship
Models: Chrysler 300 Limited and 300C

All-new interior design elements for the new 2015 Chrysler 300 include a standard 7-inch full-color DID cluster and class-exclusive electronic rotary transmission shifter, plus Chrysler brand’s new three-spoke steering wheel with larger vehicle controls and available die-cast paddle shifters. In addition, the newest Uconnect systems have been added with the segment’s largest 8.4-inch touchscreen display.

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Class-exclusive TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission balances V-8 performance with segment-leading 31 mpg highway fuel efficiency
Once limited to sedans costing twice as much, the new 2015 Chrysler 300 now offers the innovative TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission standard on every model.

New to the 2015 Chrysler 300S, 300C and 300C Platinum models with 5.7-liter V-8 engine is the state-of-the-art TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission. By design, this gearbox provides world-class shift quality, refinement, fuel efficiency and Sport mode. Paired with this legendary engine, these Chrysler 300 models deliver 363 horsepower, 394 lb.-ft. of torque, 0-60 miles per hour (mph) in less than 6 seconds and class-leading performance with respect to:

Best-in-class V-8 driving range (EPA estimated 16 mpg city/25 mpg highway)
Best-in-class V-8 horsepower (363 horsepower)
Best-in-class V-8 torque (394 ft.-lb.)

New 2015 Chrysler 300 rear-wheel drive (RWD) or AWD models with the 292 horsepower (300 horsepower on 300S model) 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine continue to use the TorqueFlite eight-speed transmission standard, offering class-leading fuel efficiency with respect to:

Best-in-class V-6 highway fuel economy (31 mpg)
Best-in-class V-6 driving range (EPA estimated 19 mpg city/31 mpg highway)
Unsurpassed in class V-6 combined fuel economy (23 mpg)

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New Chrysler 300S model delivers more performance, athletically styled
For 2015, the Chrysler 300S model is even more capable, athletic-styled and driver focused than ever.

Instantly transforming the new Chrysler 300S model’s performance and personality is a revised Sport mode. By engaging Sport mode, drivers can reduce shift times from approximately 400 milliseconds to 250 milliseconds, increase engine and throttle responsiveness, adjust electronic stability control (ESC) settings and firm up the steering feel of the new standard electric power steering (EPS) system. For even greater V-6 performance, the Chrysler 300S model increases the standard 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine’s output to 300 horsepower and 264 lb.-ft. of torque, plus adds a unique sport-tuned dual exhaust system with a more distinctive sound. To make sure the added power and precision connects the driver to the road, the 2015 Chrysler 300S chassis features a new sport-tuned suspension with increased damping compared to the previous year.

Outside, the new Chrysler 300S trades chrome exterior accents for unique blacked-out and body-color design details, and all-new Hyper Black finished 20-inch aluminum wheels (19-inch with AWD).

And for drivers who want even more performance and attitude, the new 2015 Chrysler 300S can be had with a 363 horsepower 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 engine, new eight-speed paddle-shifting transmission with Sport mode, and all-new uniquely sculpted side sills and deck-lid spoiler.

Most technologically advanced vehicle in its class thanks to an array of easy-to-use, state-of-the-art advanced technology features

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From its updated award-winning Uconnect Access system, to the availability of Uconnect Access services with roadside assistance, theft-alarm notification, voice texting, the ability to turn the vehicle into a Wi-Fi hotspot, 3-D navigation and segment-exclusive premium BeatsAudio and Harman Kardon audio systems, the 2015 Chrysler 300 delivers a slew of high-tech features for a luxurious driving experience at a value.

The Chrysler 300 sedan’s acclaimed Uconnect Access system leverages advanced embedded cellular technology, which enables direct, one-touch connections with emergency service providers, roadside assistance dispatchers and vehicle information specialists.

With its available mobile phone app, Chrysler 300 owners can start their vehicle, and lock or unlock doors, while away from the vehicle. Chrysler 300 owners also can access on-demand Wi-Fi, making their car a moving hotspot.

New for 2015 Chrysler 300, Uconnect Via Mobile lets customers enjoy their personal Internet radio accounts and stream audio content using their own mobile device data plans. It seamlessly brings four popular Internet radio apps into the Chrysler 300, including Aha by Harman, iHeartRadio, Pandora and Slacker. Like all Uconnect-brand features, it is designed to be easy to learn and easy to use.

The available navigation system accommodates one-step voice-controlled destination entry and enhanced 3-D navigation map graphics, making it simple for drivers to recognize where they are and where they need to go.

The Chrysler 300 also offers three premium audio systems designed to immerse passengers in the ultimate audio experience, including the segment-exclusive high-definition BeatsAudio system and premium Harman Kardon audio system with 18-speakers, 8-inch subwoofer and 900-watt amplifier.

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New 2015 Chrysler 300 offers more than 80 safety and security features; leverages state-of-the-art driver-assist features
In addition to building on its “Top Safety Pick” credentials from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the Chrysler 300 offers more than 80 safety and security features, including many that are new for 2015. New available features for the model year include Full-speed Forward Collision Warning-Plus, which provides autonomous braking and, under certain circumstances, slows or brings the vehicle to a full stop when frontal collision appears imminent.

Adaptive Cruise Control-Plus with Full Stop helps maintain distance from the vehicle ahead and, under certain traffic conditions, the system can bring the new 2015 Chrysler 300 to full stop without driver intervention. New Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist introduces subtle steering-wheel input to alert the driver of inadvertent lane departure and assist with corrective action.

New for 2015, 9-1-1 call/Assist Call connects Chrysler 300 occupants directly with emergency-service providers via built-in data connection with a push of a button, a feature exclusive to Chrysler Group’s Uconnect Access service.

The vehicle’s standard Keyless Enter ’n Go activates interior lighting and enables passive cabin entry and trunk access through the driver’s personalized key fob. The new Chrysler 300 also includes a standard ultrasonic security system with an anti-tilt feature, which sounds an alarm if the vehicle is towed or raised on a jack.

Enthusiast-inspired rear-wheel-drive architecture with advanced technological solutions
The chassis of the all-new 2015 Chrysler 300 is designed, engineered and fine-tuned to deliver world-class performance and efficiencies, thanks to its advanced technological solutions, which include:

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Electric power steering (EPS)
New standard EPS system provides added efficiency, added driving ease in low-speed situations and when parking, and tuned for added responsiveness during spirited driving
All-new, lighter weight axles for RWD and AWD
All-new cast-aluminum axles and axle housing provide weight savings and help to reduce parasitic friction
Sport mode (Included on 300S, 300C with V-8 and 300C Platinum models)
Enthusiast-desired Sport mode instantly transforms the sedan’s performance and personality by:
“S” gear selector enables sport engine and transmission calibration, more responsive accelerator pedal calibration and permanent paddle-shift mode
“Sport” button enables sport-tuned steering calibration and temporary paddle-shift mode, in addition to sport engine and transmission calibration, and increased responsiveness of the accelerator pedal calibration. Chrysler 300S AWD and 300C Platinum AWD models benefit even more as Sport mode turns AWD “on” (if off) and enables rear-biased torque for improved dynamics
Both “S” gear and “Sport” button provide blistering-quick gear changes, reducing shift times by 37 percent (250 milliseconds versus 400 milliseconds) and can hold the desired gear without unexpected shifts, including at the redline

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