How Much Does the Chrysler 300 Cost

The 2020 Chrysler 300 starts at $29,590 in its base Touring trim, 

which is about average for the class. Several mid level trims are 

also available, including the Touring L ($33,115), 300S ($36,695), 

and Limited ($38,595). The top-of-the-line 300C trim has a 

starting price of $41,995. All-wheel drive is available for $2,750 in 

all but the top trim level.

2020 Chrysler 300
300 Interior

How Many People Does the 300 Seat?

The 300 has seating for five people, and its wide seats provide 

plenty of room for adults. However, rear visibility is hindered by 

thick roof pillars.

An eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat and cloth upholstery 

are standard. Available amenities include an eight-way power-

adjustable passenger seat, Nappa leather upholstery, heated front 

and rear seats, a power-adjustable steering wheel, and ventilated 

front seats. You can also equip the 300 with memory settings for 

the driver's seat, power-adjustable steering wheel, exterior mirrors, 

and radio presets.

300 and Child Car Seats

There are three full sets of LATCH connections for the 300's rear 

seats. The upper tethers are easy to locate, but the lower anchors 

are set too deeply in the seats.

300 Interior Quality

The 300 has some of the nicest cabin materials in the class. There 

are some plastic surfaces, but they’re soft to the touch. Reviewers 

also note that the 300 is very quiet inside. However, some critics 

claim that the interior is starting to look a bit dated.

300 Cargo Space

With 16.3 cubic feet of space, the Chrysler 300's trunk is on par 

with those of other large cars. The 300 also comes standard with 

60/40 split-folding rear seats, which makes it easier to stow large 


300 Infotainment, Bluetooth, and Navigation

The standard U connect infotainment system earns praise for being 

user-friendly and intuitive. The touch screen has crisp graphics and 

responds quickly to user inputs. The menus are logically arranged, 

and there are additional physical controls for audio and climate 


Lots of impressive infotainment technology comes standard, 

including an 8.4-inch touch screen, Android Auto, Apple Car Play, 

six speakers, Bluetooth, two USB ports, satellite radio, HD Radio, 

and voice recognition. Available features include navigation, a 

nine-speaker Alpine audio system, and a 19-speaker Harman 

Kardon audio system.

300 Performance

300 Engine: Two Powerful Engines

Both of the 300’s available engines pack plenty of punch. The base 

300 comes with a 3.6-liter V6 engine that makes 292 horsepower, 

and there's an optional 5.7-liter V8 engine that produces 363 

horsepower. The V6 is strong enough for most shoppers, but those 

who want some extra pep should consider the V8. Both engines 

come with a smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic transmission.

300 Gas Mileage: On Par for a Large Car

The 2020 Chrysler 300 delivers 19 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on 

the highway with its base engine and rear-wheel drive. That's 

decent for a large car. With all-wheel drive, fuel economy drops to 

18 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway.

The 300 equipped with the V8 engine gets 16/25 mpg city/highway.

300 Ride and Handling: Not So Fast

The 300 has a decent ride quality and capable handling, but it can 

feel overwhelmed when taking sharp corners too quickly. The 300s 

has a firm suspension and larger wheels, so ride quality worsens.

300 Reliability

Is the Chrysler 300 Reliable?

The 2020 Chrysler 300 has a slightly above-average predicted 

reliability rating of 3.5 out of five from J.D. Power.

Chrysler 300 Warranty

Chrysler covers the 300 with a three-year/36,000-mile basic 

warranty and a five-year/60,000-mile power train warranty.

300 Safety

300 Crash Test Results

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration crash tested 

the 2020 Chrysler 300 sparingly, giving it five out of five stars in 

the side crash test and four stars in the rollover test.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the 2020 Chrysler 

300 the highest rating of Good in four crash tests and the second-

lowest rating of Marginal in the driver-side small overlap front 


Properly equipped 300 models earn the highest rating of Superior 

for the effectiveness of its optional front crash prevention 

technology. However, the 300's headlights received the lowest 

possible rating for how well they illuminate the road ahead.

300 Safety Features

The only standard active safety equipment in the 300 is a rear view 

camera. Available advanced safety features include automatic 

emergency braking, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, blind 

spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, front and rear parking 

sensors, forward collision warning, and adaptive cruise control. 

Automatic high-beam headlights and rain-sensing windshield 

wipers are also available.

300 Dimensions and Weight

The 300 is nearly 16.6 feet long. Its curb weight ranges from 4,013 

to 4,380 pounds.

Where Is the Chrysler 300 Built?

The 2020 Chrysler 300 is built in Canada.

Which Chrysler 300 Model Is Right for Me

The 2020 Chrysler 300 comes in five trims: Touring, Touring L, 

300S, Limited, and 300C. The first four trims come with a V6 

engine, while the 300C comes standard with a V8 engine. The V8 

is available in 300S models. All trims come standard with rear-

wheel drive, and all-wheel drive is available for $2,750 in all but 

the top 300C trim.

The base Touring trim has more than enough features for most 

shoppers. If you're looking for a stronger engine, you'll have to 

step up to the 300S or 300C to get it.

Chrysler 300 Touring

The base 300 Touring trim costs $29,590 and comes with an eight-

way power-adjustable driver's seat and steering wheel, cloth 

upholstery, push-button start, proximity key less entry, and a rear 

view camera. The standard U connect infotainment system features 

an 8.4-inch touch screen, six speakers, Bluetooth, two USB ports

, satellite radio, voice recognition, Android Auto, and Apple 

Car Play.

Several styling packages are also available.

Chrysler 300 Touring L

The Touring L trim (MSRP: $33,115) adds an eight-way power-

adjustable passenger seat, heated front seats, and Nappa leather 


Several technology packages are available. The Value package 

($3,295) includes navigation, a panoramic sunroof, LED fog lights, 

and remote start.

Chrysler 300S

The 300S has a starting price of $36,695 and makes an additional 8 

horsepower from the standard V6 engine. This trim also comes 

with a stiffer suspension, larger wheels, and remote start. This is 

the lowest trim to offer the available V8 engine, but unlike in the 

300C trim, this option costs extra in the 300S.

For the 2020 model year, this trim also has an available Red S 

Appearance package that adds unique accents like red Nappa 

leather sport seats. The trim also offers a Safety Tec Plus Group 

($2,995) that includes adaptive cruise control, automatic high-

beam headlights, forward collision warning, lane departure 

warning, rain-sensing windshield wipers, front and rear parking 

sensors, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross traffic alert.

Chrysler 300 Limited

The Limited trim starts at $38,595. It comes with a heated steering 

wheel with wood accents, ventilated front seats, a power-

adjustable steering wheel, and heated rear seats. This model also 

features memory settings for the driver's seat, power-adjustable 

steering wheel, exterior mirrors, and radio presets.

This trim offers the same Safety Tec Plus Group package as the 


Chrysler 300C

The 300C trim (MSRP: $41,995) comes standard with the V8 

engine and quilted Nappa leather upholstery.

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