The Chrysler 300C, since its introduction in 2003 as one of the most successful U.S. imports on the German market. To the competitors such as the E-Class from Mercedes-Benz or Audi A6 wrest market share, Chrysler donated his upper-class flagship 2008 a subtle facelift that both the sedan and the Chrysler 300C wagon (Touring) mainly lends additional elegance in the interior. Already at 300C entry level diesel engine including fog lights, ESP, light and rain sensor, cruise control, dual-zone automatic climate control, electrically adjustable seats, level control, Onboard computer, thermal glazing, parking sensors and automatic are of course the STANDARD strength. With the Luxury package everything is included leather, high-end sound system and navigation system on board that you could want. Then the new generation of the Chrysler 300C was unveiled as a new car in the spring of 2011. Visually, the sedan and the combination will appear even wider, flared wheel arches and received a new front end with wider in-glass headlights. Likewise, the rear of the Chrysler 300C has been revised with LED lights. The new top model is the Chrysler 300C SRT8, which housed a 6.4-liter V8. With the cylinder deactivation Chrasler 300C is compared to its predecessor save about 19% fuel. For Germany, the portly 3.0 CRDI engine Wurd revised and now offers even more range. The Chrysler 300C impressed by its size alone of about five meters, its solid build and numerous technical gadgets. Thus, for example, not only the steering wheel but also the pedals of the vehicle electrically adjusted and even tall passengers will find adequate space in the rear of 300C. The trunk of the Chrysler 300C sedan is average sized with about 450 liters, the Chrysler 300C are at least 650 liters of storage space available, which can be expanded many times over thanks to versatile interior concept.
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