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Used Chrysler 300

Used Chrysler 300

The used Chrysler 300 is a full-size sedan, offering a luxurious cabin, a potent performance, and space for up to five passengers. After a bit of a respite, the Chrysler 300 resurfaced just in time for the new millennium. Used buyers will find plenty to like about this stylish family sedan - including handsome American styling, V8 power, and upscale digs. Newer models even sport a long list of tech features to keep you connected on the go.

Used Chrysler 300

2005-Present

10th Gen 300

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When it comes to American luxury sedans, there's no better choice than the tenth-generation Chrysler 300. Under the hood, the new 300C sports a 5.7-liter Hemi V8 that's rated for 340 horsepower. Its rear-wheel-drive performance will remind you of old school, Hollywood gangster-style sedans. For enhanced traction, look for models with all-wheel drive. The 300's suspension components were originally created for the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, so you can expect a consistently smooth performance. Inside, the Chrysler 300 is equally stylish and refined. Seating is always plush and supportive, creating a true luxury experience. You'll also enjoy a lengthy list of standard features that enhance both comfort and convenience.

1999-2004

9th Gen 300

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After a bit of a respite, the Chrysler 300 reappeared with a vengeance. Now a four-door sedan, passengers enjoyed easy access to the spacious cabin. A wide range of standard features, including leather seating, took comfort to the max. The 3.5-liter V6 engine produced 253 horsepower for swift acceleration.

1979

8th Gen 300

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The eighth-generation Chrysler 300 was a mid-size luxury car that treated passengers to spacious accommodations and upscale style. The 5.9-liter V8 engine generated 195 horsepower for a smooth, refined ride.

1969-1971

7th Gen 300

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This Chrysler 300 was even bigger than before. Shoppers could choose from the same body styles and engines available during the previous generation. In 1970, Chrysler introduced a special limited edition 300-Hurst model. Today, it's considered a rare collectable, recognizable by its white and gold paint and TNT 440 engine.

1967-1968

6th Gen 300

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For the sixth generation, Chrysler offered the 300 as a two-door hardtop, four-door hardtop, and convertible. Under the hood, the new 7.2-liter V8 dazzled with 350 horses. Shoppers could also choose the TNT version for increased output of 375 horses.

1965-1966

5th Gen 300

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These models sported a sleek exterior style. In 1966, Chrysler introduced four different body styles: the two-door hardtop, four-door hardtop, four-door sedan, and convertible. The standard engine was a V8 engine that made 325 horsepower, but shoppers could also choose a version that increased output to 365 horses.

1963-1964

4th Gen 300

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After a serious makeover, the fourth-generation 300 reappeared as a two-door hardtop. Under the hood, the 413 Wedge engine made 390 horsepower. In 1964, Chrysler reintroduced the 300 convertible.

1960-1962

3rd Gen 300

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This generation was in a class by itself. In addition to a unique exterior style, the Chrysler 300 seated four passengers in individual bucket seats. The center console ran the length of the vehicle, dividing the two rows in half.

1957-1959

2nd Gen 300

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Like the models that came before it, this Chrysler 300 was big on style. It was also plenty powerful, with a 6.4-liter Hemi that produced up to 390 horses. This generation was also the first to produce a 300 convertible.

1955-1956

1st Gen 300

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The original Chrysler 300 attracted buyers with its sporty American style and incredible speed. Not only did the 300 achieve speeds of up to 130 mph - a feat in those days - but it also went from 0 to 60 mph in a mere 9.8 seconds, making it one of the fastest vehicles on the road at the time.