2019 Chrysler 300 Walk Around

Visually, not much has changed since the modern-day 300 was launched for 2005. Elegant and powerful in its presence, the sedan has aged quite nicely through the years. Natty and crisp in design, Chrysler’s 300 holds up remarkably well.

Up front, rounded corners offset some neat angles, which play across the classic long-hood, short-deck shape and its big grille. Even with pugnacious 20-inch wheels, Chrysler’s big, upright-profiled four-door manages to maintain an assertively masculine aura, without turning to pseudo-aggressive doodads.


All cabins feature a smoothly curved dashboard. Base-level cabins look somber in the 2019 300, but more expensive models have quilted leather seat upholstery and an analog clock. High-grade leather goes into the 300C, complemented by open-pore wood accents.

The 300’s front seats are sized for larger builds; wide backrests and cushions provide ample support, with a broad adjustment range. Seats are even more supportive at upper trim levels, though prominent bolsters can make large occupants feel a tad confined. Head and leg room are fine.

Back-seat passengers can also expect sufficient space, though leg and head room are on the slim side. Three adults can fit across the back if needed.

The base audio system, with 8.4-inch touchscreen, offers Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.

Storage space abounds, including door pockets for bottles and big cupholders. Trunk capacity totals 16.3 cubic feet.

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