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Chrysler 300 Series Latest Version Shows A Robust Design With Epic Performance

The New Line Of Chrysler Makes For A Classy Sedan

Hardly do cars get better like good wine as years roll by but the Chrysler 300 has only gotten better in its 15 years of production. It came around with a good sense of filtering away noises from the outside, making it a silent and strong small size sedan.

It is a now a far much better version while maintaining some lovely old school goodies. The 2019 version is offered in trims that include the Touring, Touring L, Limited, 300S and 300C.

From the Limited model, a number of features are made unique such as the power-adjustable front seats as well as adjustable lumbar support. It also gives a dual-zone automatic climate control, and the steering wheel gets a leather-wrapping.

The cupholders both in front and in the rear are illuminated for an exquisite look. In several trims, rubberized plastic enhanced with a leather-grain pattern has been used on the dashboard as well as the upper door panels.

The brand’s Uconnect infotainment system is particularly useful here. It is ingrained on a standard 8.4-inch touchscreen display that has been made engagingly easy to use.

The addition or existence of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto make the deal even better. All in all, the Chrysler maintains a high-end classic appeal for this sedan. The updates serve to make this car more modern and enviable.

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