It should be against the law that the 2015 Chrysler 300S is this fly. Out the gate the fire hot Redline exterior color perfectly contrasts the sexy black interior and makes a bold statement. The smooth lines draw the eye in, up and over the sexy frame of the 300S. Adaptive Bi-Xenon HID Headlamps that pierce the night greet onlookers with a sexy glare. Optional premium features like the color matched rear spoiler, exterior mirror with turn signals and courtesy lamps and basket weave front grille kick up the beast mode factors of the 300S. Sitting on top off 20-inch x 8.0-inch Aluminum Hyper Black wheels, could easily be akin to that fresh pair of kicks setting off the perfect outfit. Topped off with a contrasting black painted roof, the 300S stakes it claim as one of the sportiest full-sized sedans to hit the marketplace.
The interior of the 300S is just as snazzy as the exterior. Filled to the brim with all the bells and whistles that Chrysler could place, the 300S is a rolling technological marvel. The ParkView® Rear Back-Up Camera, U-Connect, leather wrapped steering wheel, Integrated Voice Command with Bluetooth, leather trimmed seats, a cool rotary gear shifter, illuminated cup holders, power 8-way front driver and passenger seat and even a rear 60/40 folding seat for that extra storage configuration make the 300S as functional as it is stylish.
Throwing back to Jon Reep’s “That Thing Got A Hemi” tagline, the power of the 300S is definitely worthy of that exuberant exchange. The 300S’ ride via a 5.7-Liter V8 Hemi® MDS VVT Engine coupled with an 8-Speed Automatic Transmission has so may sweet spots, its hard to narrow down the best; so I’ll offer up my top three. First, in the straightaways, the 300S leaves the competition in the rearview mirror. Smooth and seamless gear changes allow the 300S to float and just glide down the road effortless. Secondly, braking down to a stop, the same fluidity reigns supreme. Working in unison, the Anti-Lock 4-Wheel Disc Performance Brakes and All-Speed Traction Control offered up a firm and none jolting stop. Lastly, the handling of the 300S was so adaptive to the conditions. From bending corners and maneuvering in tight spots to winding roads, the 300S found its way around without any hesitation via Electronic Stability Control and Electronic Roll Mitigation.
It’s always a good, if not great sign when the sound system is designed by Beats®. The Entertainment/Media Hub comes with SiriusXM, SD, USB, Aux and UConnect® offered up a wide array of listening choices. If that wasn’t enough, the Sub 522-Watt Amplifier added that boost to an already “head rocking” audible experience.
While all the cool features give the 300S an exhilarating driving experience, safety is not left by the waste-side in order up amp up the other senses.
The Safety Tec 2 Option package offers Advanced Brake Assist, Rain Sensitive Windshield Wipers, Lane Departure Warning Plus, and Full Speed Fwd Collision Warning Plus. Other optional equipment features included Blind Spot and Cross Path Detection and ParkSense® Front and Rear Assist System.
The 300S serves up the combination of swag, comfort and performance.
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