Paul Gibson, editor of UK-based TheChauffeur.com,
recently tested the Chrysler 300C sedan with Trevor Langley, owner of Pinnacle Chauffeur Transport
of North London. Gibson praises the 300’s refined and redesigned interior, which “bares [sic] no resemblance to the previous model,” and the rear cabin, as “more effort has been made to make the rear passenger more comfortable with heated seats and a button for a rear sunshade.”
The 3.0 V6 diesel engine offers close to 40 mpg on a combined cycle and is more refined and quiet under acceleration, as “the high-pitched rattle the previous engine suffered with has been abolished,” Gibson writes.
— Michael Campos, LCT associate editor
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