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2010 Chrysler 300

2010 Chrysler 300 Review

(3 Stars)  A favorite sedan, aging gracefully

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Overview
The Chrysler 300 was named the car of the year in 2005 and it has not had many changes since then. 2011 will prove to be a big year of change for this full size Chevy sedan. The new model will still be rear wheel drive and will still have the DOHC V-6 engine with the option to upgrade to a Hemi V-8. There are some major body changes that are expected and some new interior upgrades that will make this vehicle ready to compete with other sedans offering all the latest gadgetry. There are some other design changes taking place on the interior that will give more room in the cabin of the Chrysler 300.

The 2010 Chrysler 300s will most likely be available at a cut rate very soon, now that there are big changes coming to the 300. Dealerships will be ready to give some real deals to those who are O.K. with settling for last year's model. The 2011 Chrysler 300 will most likely be a huge hit, its predecessors have been warmly accepted and now with even more interior room and some new exterior design.

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