2008 Chrysler 300C Owners Manual – The 300C’s continued popularity acts as evidence that American citizens want to purchase American citizen cars; they just do not want patriotism to stick all of them with plasticky, unattractive, difficult to rely on cars. The 300C is none of these. It appears like a mil dollars (or otherwise some section of the requesting price of a Rolls), sports a Teutonic chassis and rear-tire drive, and is full of enough Detroit displacement so it will be efficient at stuff like burnouts and easy traveling. The 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 makes 390 lb-feet of torque, adequate to force this two-plus-ton sedan to 60 miles per hour in 5.3 mere seconds, an earlier examination figure we have now been unable to duplicate with other 300s or the more affordable-by $4640-Dodge Charger R/T.
Like its Mercedes-Benz E-class cousin, the 300C is proficient at taking large swaths of tarmac in comfort and quiet, for all those in the front side seats and the rear. The roomiest rear cabin of any car in this article other than the mechanically the same Dodge Charger-tends to make the 300C perfect for individuals as their job requires ferrying mature-sized people with regularity, like individuals in real estate or thuggery.
The 425-hp SRT8 model of the 300C is a touch expensive for this roundup, commencing at $42,260, but a cough up the added cash and fast luxury is changed into sneering, tough-running comfort.
ENGINE TYPE: pushrod 16-valve V-8, iron block and aluminum heads, harbor gas injection
Displacement: 345 cu in, 5654cc
Energy (SAE net): 340 bhp @ 5000 pm
Torque (SAE web): 390 lb-ft @ 4000 pm
TRANSMISSION: 5-speed intelligent with manumatic changing
Wheelbase: 120.0 in
Size: 196.8 in
Size: 74.1 in
Size: 58.4 in
Suppress body weight: 4140 lb
VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, rear-wheel-generate, 5-person, 4-front door sedan
BASE PRICE: $36,070