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New 2015 Chrysler 300 Review

Posted on December 22, 2014

The 300’s last major redesign, in 2011, introduced more refined, subtler styling -- a nice but misplaced effort, considering the car’s entire appeal rests on its over-the-top ostentatiousness. After all, who wants a subtle fake Rolex? The 2015 Chrysler 300 rectifies this by appropriating many of the tricks aftermarket companies have been using for years.

Full story at www.automobilemag.com.

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Vert

     | about 5 years ago

    I'm on my third 300 & I must say I am more impressed with the way they redesigned the 2015 then when they did the 2011. I saw pictures of the new model & said I have to have it. One picture I saw had the car with the suicide doors like the 1966 Lincoln & The Rolls Royce Phantom, hoping that does come out I will be in the store making that purchase. I started with the base upgraded to tthe C & now have the S. I may go back to the C even tho the S has been great to me but I do like the power the C gave me.

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