2015 Chrysler 300 Reviews, Prices and Pictures – Welcome to Neocarsuv.com, we will provide the latest information about the Chrysler 300 Concept. 2015 Chrysler 300 changes is one brand new car from Chrysler that was released in 2015. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 Chrysler 300 Release Date.
Two versions of Chrysler’s flagship 300 sedan, both caught rumbling around Detroit with baggy covers on their front fascias, hoods, and rear ends. The camouflage is designed to obscure the changes Chrysler has in store as part of a 2015 model-year refresh. The car wearing light-finished multispoke aluminum wheels is a regular 300 either a 300C or a 300S and the 300 rolling on dark-colored five-spoke wheels appears to be the high-performance 300 SRT model.
As we expected, it is the synonym for grand power, handling and design, the new 2015 Chrysler 300. From the first Chrysler 3 model from 2012, there were these versions: 300 C and 300 limited. In 2012 the Chrysler sedan appeared and that year three models were launched.
2015 Chrysler 300 Price
Pricing for the new 2015 Chrysler 300 has been set at $31,990 – $50,895 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2015 Chrysler 300 we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
2015 Chrysler 300 Interior
As we are told, the new 2015 Chrysler 300 is designed to be urban and the best suitable for younger customers. It will surely have luxury, athletic and more aggressive appearance. For all of those who are desperate for good racing performance and for all the urban drivers who seem to be hungry for the racing outlook, this beautiful car is perfectly suitable. The new 2015 Chrysler 300 is featured with wheels of 20 inch aluminum. Inside the cabin, the drivers can enjoy the multimedia from premium audio sets. The exterior is designed in the same way as the most luxurious end executive series. Inside there are seats covered with high quality super premium leather to look great and to be comfortable. It is the real meaning of an American luxury car.
2015 Chrysler 300 Exterior
The high-performance 300 SRT model sits on a lowered suspension and gets a tall decklid spoiler. Under the camouflage, we can make out a unique fascia with a wire-mesh grille, darkened headlamps, and what’s likely an SRT badge hiding under a square piece of squiggle wrap. The wheel wells are filled with large five-spoke pieces that frame bright-red Brembo brake calipers and large-diameter slotted discs. Don’t get your hopes up that the 707-hp supercharged Hellcat V-8 might be lurking under the hood; while that engine will power a new super Charger, the hi-po Dodge’s huge six-piston front and four-piston rear brakes would also be here if that were the case. But those big tailpipes and our spy shooter’s account of “thunder” erupting when the driver floored it suggest that the standard SRT 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 is present and accounted for.
2015 Chrysler 300 Engine
The elegant, spacious and comfortable 300 is not only a great long-distance cruiser, it is also unexpectedly surefooted when the route gets twisty. Powered by either a 300-hp 3.6-liter V-6 or 370-hp 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 and paired to an eight-speed automatic with either rear or all-wheel drive, the 300 has enough gusto to satisfy speed freaks too. Regardless of how it’s outfitted, from the sporty S model to the top-line John Varvatos editions, the 300 remains a stylish, all-American sedan.
Not much changed under the Charger’s hood when it was refreshed for 2015, and we expect Chrysler to use the same carry-over approach for the 2015 300. If the Charger’s and current 300’s powertrain programs are anything to go by, the base 300 will again use Chrysler’s 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 with 292 horses and 260 lb-ft of torque. A 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 making 370 ponies and 395 lb-ft of torque will be optional, and both engines will be mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Hopefully, the transmission gains the more natural-feeling electronic shifter we recently experienced in the 2015 Challenger SXT; the current 300’s T-shaped electronic lever lacks precision, making it easy to select the wrong gear. Rear-wheel drive will be standard, with all-wheel drive an option for non-SRT 300s.