8.4" U-connect display w/Apple Carplay &Android Auto
276w amp AM/FM/SXM/USB/Aux/BT stereo
auto-dim rearview mirror
Bluetooth handsfree phone/stereo controls
Tinted rear windows
4G LTE wifi hotspot
Chrysler's full-size 300 has attitude to match its agressive exterior, and it continues to stand out in a stale segment that contains few other extroverted sedans. Its conspicuous styling is made even more distinct by available appearance package this S model comes with, and a menacing trim that comes with blacked-out wheels, smoked headlamps, and a performance-tuned suspension.
Equipped with the Pentastar 3.6L V6 and the optional AWD, this luxury sport sedan offers nimble performance and handling while beingm much friendlier at the pumps than it’s thirsty V8 siblings. In testing, a V-6–powered 300S hustled from zero to 60 mph in 6.3 seconds; for a large 4-door sedan that’s still reasonably sprightly.
With the 3.6-liter V-6 under its hood, the 300 almost competes with similarly powered rivals in this segment. The V-6 300 cruised through real-word highway fuel-economy test delivering exactly what the EPA estimated: 30 mpg.
Chrysler's Uconnect infotainment system is well-known for its ease of use, intuitive menu layout, and snappy performance. The 300's standard 8.4-inch touchscreen display features this easygoing interface and sweetens the deal with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. SiriusXM satellite radio is also standard with a one-year trial period.
Almost every car in this segment managed six carry-on boxes inside the trunk, but the 300's large interior space allowed Edmunds testers to fit an additional 10 boxes with the rear seats folded. Those seats can be split in a 60/40 arrangement, but they don't fold completely flat.
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