| What's Hot |
Looks like a million dollars
Rear- and all-wheel drive
| What's Not |
Sluggish base engine
Slightly inferior interior materials
Limited snow traction without AWD
Introduced for the 2005 model year, the 300 has proved such a roaring success that there are only minor changes for the 2006 model line.
Avoid the base 300 and move up to a Touring or Limited. All-wheel drive is good for drivers in the Snow Belt. If you crave performance, however, go straight for the 300C, or even splurge for the smokin' SRT8. If the base car is all that's in your budget, go for the optional ESP stability control.
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