Chrysler’s flagship, the new Chrysler 300C executive saloon, will start selling in the UK in June. Since the 300C was launched last year at the Detroit Auto Show, it has already received several awards. It is offered in two diesel-powered versions. The luxury saloon 300C Limited has a starting price of £35,995 OTR. It offers European-style quality and finesse, partnered with American-style comfort and high levels of standard equipment.
The new four-door car offers exceptional value for money and makes the 300C comparable to its benchmark competitors in the top-line luxury sector of the market. The 300C Executive has a starting price of £39,995 OTR.
Paying this amount gives the customer some pretty impressive features such as adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring system, forward collision warning, keyless entry, powered rear sunshade, and heated and ventilated Nappa leather seats.
The new 300C is powered by a 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine that delivers 236bhp and 540Nm of torque. It has a fuel economy of 39.8 mpg (Combined) and has a CO2 emissions level that range from 185 to 191g/km depending on wheel size.
The new 300C’s side profile has the unique proportions of its predecessor but with more refinement and a more tailored look. The car features the biggest standard color touchscreen display and the largest sunroof compared to others in the segment.
In addition, it’s one of the quietest vehicles ever built. It is safe and comfortable. The entry-level Limited version has the following as standard equipment: heated front and rear seats, load leveling suspension and height control, LED daytime running lamps, electronic stability control (ESC), hill start assist, active head restraints, and curtain, side, front and rear airbags.