When you see the 2012 Chrysler 300, your first thoughts are luxury and class. It retains the classic touch while adding elements of modern designing like sleekness, plush interiors, and a more power-packed drive.
The model is one of Chrysler’s best and would make for a good buy if urban-classic is the way you like to go.
2012 Chrysler 300 comes with two engines: V6 and V8. Nothing compares to the power of the V8, but the 292 HP 3.6-liter V6 is quite good too. You can choose from a rear-wheel-drive model or an all-wheel-drive one.
You take a mere 4.7 seconds to go from zero to a speed of 60 mph.
The mileage is 18 MPG in the city and 27 MPG on the highway. The eight-speed automatic transmission increases the fuel economy.
2012 Chrysler 300 is a huge car but still boasts a sleek design.
Its refinement and powerful looks are likely to get enough attention on the road. Much of the upholstery is hand-stitched, and its leather trimmings give a very chic appearance to the car’s interior. You can also choose a color combination for the seats.
The sedan can comfortably seat five people on plush seats covered in leather. The front seats have a Heat/Cool function.
The drive becomes acutely easy for the driver with an impressive tilting and telescoping wheel.
Space is never an issue – there is enough leg space, as well as an average luggage storage capacity in the sedan.
Driving in a 2012 Chrysler 300 is smooth and quiet. Its steering wheel is electric-assisted and has a sufficient weighting for an easy drive. With a Chrysler 300, you would want to go on a long drive every other day.
Advanced features abound in this car: touch screen control, heated mirrors, automatic headlamps, keyless entry and ignition, tilt-and-telescope steering wheel wrapped in leather, six-speaker sound system, USB interface, LCD infotainment screen with touch screen controls, and Bluetooth connectivity are just a few of them.
Safety is of the utmost importance while driving the 2012 Chrysler 300. The antilock brakes work remarkably well. Airbags make sure all passengers are well protected in case of a collision, with front, side, driver knee, and front head airbags.
Electronics too play a major role in ensuring safety with the SafetyTec package. The package contains blind-spot, forward collision, and cross-path warning systems. The rearview camera makes parking and maneuvering significantly easy and safe for you.
Priced at around $28,000, the 2012 Chrysler 300 gives excellent value for money. Great looks, amazing drive, and ample safety, it is a smart choice among full-size sedans.
If you liked this review of the 2012 Chrysler 300, just imagine how much you would enjoy the drive. Get in touch with your trusted Chrysler dealer to learn more about the car and help you take its test drive. If that is appealing too, book your Chrysler 300 before your neighbor does.