Created as a rear-drive sedan in a market full of front-drivers, the Chrysler uses AWD to improve foul weather traction and overall drivability. Poise and grace are two thoughts that come to mind as the Chrysler never misstepped, never seemed to be out of balance and always felt controlled — even during a 500-mile day driving in constant falling snow. When pushed, the 300C actually felt agile. Much lighter on its feet, but with better steering feel than the similar AWD Taurus, the Chrysler delivered a rear-drive-oriented handling bias supported by front-wheel grip and traction when necessary. Impala, LaCrosse and Avalon can’t do that.
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