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The Chrysler 300 lost some of its brashness but gained a more mature look when it was restyled for 2011. The Glacier Edition (shown) adds gloss-black mirror caps, darkened headlight trim, black chrome grille blades and special 19-inch aluminum wheels. For an extra $1,500, Chrysler will paint the roof black, too."
All trim levels have dual chrome exhaust tips.
The Glacier Edition has cloth sport seats with leather side bolsters.
The Glacier Edition features piano-black accents, shift paddles on the steering wheel, matte carbon trim and unique floormats.
The large analog dials are blue backlit and separated by a color trip computer with enhanced functions like vehicle speed, oil pressure, oil temperature, transmission oil temperature, stereo information and outside temperature.
The standard Uconnect 8.4 entertainment system features an 8.4-inch touch-screen interface for the stereo, air conditioning, Bluetooth cell phone connectivity and available Garmin-based navigation with SiriusXM Travel Link. The touch-screen menus are thoughtfully designed and respond quickly, and the system is supported by physical knobs for controls that benefit from them, like stereo volume and tuning.
The electronic gear selector for the eight-speed automatic transmission is finicky; it never seemed to go into the gear I wanted on the first try.
There's good room for adults in the backseat, but the position of the roofline and C-pillar might make some people feel claustrophobic. The hump in the middle of the floor is especially tall, too, limiting center-passenger foot space. A 60/40-split folding backrest is standard.
The standard 3.6-liter V-6 engine makes 292 hp and 260 pounds-feet of torque in its regular configuration, but output increases to 300 hp and 264 pounds-feet of torque in the 300S, which features a sport exhaust and cold-air induction system.
The trunk measures 16.3 cubic feet, and the trunklid arms have their own enclosures to prevent them from crushing your cargo."
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