The Chrysler 300C is one of the most unmistakable cars on the road. Ride quality is excellent and the grip levels are well above what you would expect from a car so colossal. The 300C gives you the confidence to drive it like it was small sports hatch as it is very agile and handles corners so well. The big Chrysler is superb on the motorway thanks to the Mercedes-sourced diesel which provides ample grunt and a smooth ride. The most difficult aspect of 300C has to be parking at more than five meters long, judging the front of the car will prove to be difficult when in tight spots. If you are looking for a car that offers something totally different to everything else out there, the Chrysler 300C will tick all the boxes. The Chrysler 300C is available in a four-door saloon and five-door touring estate models. A 6.1-litre V8 SRT-8 performance model is available but the majority of sales come from the 300C powered by the Mercedes-supplied 3.0-litre CRD turbo diesel which is paired with the standard auto gearbox. Chrysler like to keep things simple this is why they offer the 300C trim levels in either standard or SRT variants. The executive market is dominated by Audi, BMW and Mercedes, but the Chrysler 300c offersa value for money option. Inside the Chrysler 300C as you can imagine you will find loads of space, the design and layout are good, build quality is also reasonably impressive while equipment levels are unrivalled. With fuel economy coming in at 34.9mpg for the 3.0 litre diesel CRD engine and Co2 emissions levels at 215g/km it could be better, but its not the worst in its class but the residuals values are decent, though. The Chrysler 300C is available on lease and contract hire. For other Chrysler deals visit www.leasecarsdirect.co.uk for all lease and contract hire deals with free delivery, car tax, and manufacturer warranty included.
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