Chrysler Builds 90th Anniversary Edition 300 Sedan

Posted on March 7, 2016

The anniversary upgrade to the 300 that will be available this year celebrates 90 years of the Chrysler brand with added features, such as an anniversary splash screen when starting the 300, navigation, a remote start system and a dual pane panoramic sunroof.

A host of new technology includes adaptive cruise control-plus with a full stop capability that will bring the car to a complete stop in traffic; lane departure with lane keep assist that uses the electronic power steering to gently nudge the vehicle away from the lane lines; blind spot monitoring and rear cross path detection; and the rear backup camera that comes standard with the Uconnect system.

Daily Herald article here

Related Topics: anniversaries, Chrysler, Chrysler 300, new vehicles, Vehicle Reviews

Comments ( 1 )
  • K

     | about 4 years ago

    Now if Chrysler made a, so called, striped model with H D parts, and stretched the body about 6 inches, (oh, and make the trunk bigger too!) they would have a 'made in USA' Livery vehicle. They are going to have to now compete with the Lincoln Continental, so if all dimensions and capacities are more and bigger, as well as about $10+k lower - WINNER! Since Hyundai doesn't get the hint, Chrysler could own the market, if you can find 300's.

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