Chrysler 300 is among the Chrysler Corporation 300 series of full-size automobiles. It was introduced for the 2005 model year as a replacement for the Chrysler Concorde. The Chrysler 300 is available in Touring, LX, Limited, and SRT8 versions. The 300 Touring is a front-wheel drive (FWD) version with a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission; all other models are rear-wheel drive (RWD).
The features of Chrysler 300
The seats in Chrysler 300 are well contoured and meet the needs of most passengers. The height and lumbar support is adjustable to accommodate passengers of different sizes, ranging from children to large adults. The seats offer both bucket and bench type seating.
The driver’s seat features six-way power adjustable lumbar support, which can be adjusted front-to-back or side to side. The front seats also have an extended three-position memory passenger seat.
The front seat side impact protection system includes dual active head restraints, which are tri-zone adjustable.
The driver’s side door has an automatic motorized liftgate, which is operated by the key fob in the same way as a car door opener. The passenger side door features a power liftgate, and also has an automatic motorized liftgate that is operated by the key fob in the same way as a car door opener. Both doors also have electric locks with auto-unlock and auto-lock capabilities, which can be activated from inside or outside of the vehicle. The driver and passenger side doors have auto-close capabilities.
A rear seat center armrest is located between the second row seats, and is easy to reach while sitting. The rear seat cup holders are covered by a center panel that can easily be removed for cleaning. The cup holders also slide forward when not in use, which makes more room for a front passenger to position their feet. The front seats are designed with a tilt feature so that rear passengers can easily reach anything on the floor, such as their shoes, without having to move forward into the foot well area.