The 2011 Chrysler 300 comes in 4 trims: standard, Limited, the 300C RWD and the 300C AWD. The new 300 is more aerodynamic and has a more curved sideline look as compared to the previous year’s model, and LED tail-lights, a reshaped trunk lid, and a new rear bumper with integrated exhaust tips also give the exterior a great upgrade. The fully loaded models also come with 20 inch alloy wheels, which improve fuel economy and driveability.
Under the hood is a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine that pumps out 292 horsepower and has a fuel economy rating of 27 mpg highway.
The 2011 Chrysler 300 has superb additional features for entertainment, comfort, and safety. Advanced Uconnect™ Media Center radios let you store thousands of songs, select playlists, play videos, view photos and more. The 300 also comes with Sirius Satellite Radio, providing over 130 channels of news, sports, comedy, and commercial-free music. The Boston Acoustics® Audio System, available on the Limited, includes four 6×9-inch full range speakers, two 3.5-inch tweeters and a 276-watt digital amplifier. It provides a smooth octave-to-octave tonal balance and a distortion- free presentation worthy of audiophiles everywhere.
All trims above the standard get Sirius Satellite Radio with a complementary 1-year subscription. Sirius has over 130 channels of music, sports, talk, news and weather. Only Sirius has the biggest names in entertainment like Martha Stewart, Howard Stern, Jamie Foxx, and the Blue Collar Comedy team.
Headlights are controlled with SmartBeam system. SmartBeam headlamps use a sophisticated microprocessor that automatically and quickly adjusts high-beam brightness and intensity, depending on surrounding nighttime light sources or traffic.
Electronic stability control, brake assist and all-speed traction control come standard in the 2011 Chrysler 300’s safety package, with optional features including blind spot monitoring and rear cross path detection. It also has 4-wheel antilock brakes on all trims and The Tire Pressure Monitoring System. The Tire Pressure Monitoring System continuously checks all four tires and reports back on an overhead display to keep drivers informed of irregularities that could degrade handling and vehicle safety.