Cars.com Reviews the 2013 Chrysler 300

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As the full-size-sedan segment continues to find its way back into favor with car buyers, the 2013 Chrysler 300 may just find itself leading the caravan. That's according to Cars.com reviewer Mike Hanley, who calls the new 300 "an ideal road-trip car." Its lengthened wheelbase and suspension tuning balance bump absorption with road connectivity, while highway handling demands as little of the driver as possible. You might find braking a bit soft and that well-intended electronic gear selector confounding, but you'll forget all about such details while you’re comfort-cruising down the interstate.

2013 Chrysler 300 Review

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jyd

The 300 is a comfortable cruiser but the design, while once daringly fresh, is getting very long in the tooth. It has had numerous tweaks but remains largely unchanged for nearly the last 8 years, an eternity in the car business.

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