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(2C3CCAAG5LH570424) Chrysler 300 S 2020 Gray

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Despite the fact that Chrysler’s large sedan launched way back in 2005, constant updates and revisions have kept it both attractive and somewhat relevant, even as we push into the ’20s. There are two versions of this large rear-drive four-door sedan. The 300S comes with a punchy V-6 that provides ample power (all-wheel drive is optional with the V-6), but a big American sedan such as this deserves a smooth V-8, and the 300C has one in the 363-hp V-8 that provides effortless and mellow power. Despite two strong engine choices, neither version of the 300 is a sports sedan.

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The 2020 Chrysler 300 has two powerful engine options and features a roomy and swanky cabin

(2C3CCAAG5LH570424) Chrysler 300 S 2020 Gray

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The 2020 Chrysler 300’s #6 ranking is based on its score within the 2020 Affordable Large Cars category. It is a finalist for our 2020 Best Large Car for the Money award and a finalist for our 2020 Best Large Car for Families award. Currently, the Chrysler 300 (2C3CCAAG5LH570424) has a score of 8.0 out of 10, which is based on our evaluation of 58 pieces of research and data elements using various sources.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The Chrysler 300 (2C3CCAAG5LH570424)—along with its corporate sibling, the Dodge Charger—is unique in the large-car segment for its rear-wheel-drive layout and its available Hemi V-8 engine with 363 horsepower. All-wheel drive is optional, but only the standard 3.6-liter 292-hp V-6 engine. In our testing, a rear-wheel-drive V-6–powered 300S hustled from zero to 60 mph in 6.3 seconds; that’s slow for this class but still reasonably sprightly. Our test of a rear-wheel-drive V-8–powered model back in 2015 netted a quick 5.3-second result in the same test.

However, the 300 is not a bad-handling car for its size; the helm isn’t the most talkative one in auto dom. Body roll is well controlled, and the chassis is willing to play—as long as you don’t get overly aggressive. The suspension on the 300S model is stiffer than on the rest of the lineup, and the 20-inch wheels that are standard on that trim also contribute to a ride that is overly rough, which seems out of step with the 300s near-luxury mission. If you’re in the market for something comfy, avoid the 300S and instead opt for a base Limited or an upscale 300C.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

With the 3.6-liter V-6 under its hood, the 300 almost competes with similarly powered rivals in this segment but falls a bit short. Order up the Hemi 5.7-liter V-8, and this four-door is quite the gas consumer. Other rivals such as the Nissan Maxima are simply more efficient. Thankfully, the V-6 300 cruised through our highway fuel-economy test delivering exactly what the EPA estimated: 30 mpg. The Toyota Avalon fared much better, however, besting the Chrysler by 4 mpg.

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1 review for (2C3CCAAG5LH570424) Chrysler 300 S 2020 Gray

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    Good Car.

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