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Discussion in 'Mopar News' started by Mike V., Jun 8, 2017.
Does anyone knows if ceramic blue will return.
It's lighter green but I think it looks nasty (good nasty)
NEW 2018 CHRYSLER 300 S RWD 4D SEDAN (at https://www.eastgateauto.com/inventory/new-2018-chrysler-300-s-rwd-4d-sedan-2c3ccabg4jh164941 )
It could but not likely... depends on what the color team thinks will sell on the market
It looks alright on the 300S... still like Ceramic Grey the best on 300S. But I think F8 Green looks best on the normal Charger R/T...
F8 definitely looks best on the Dodge's. Doesn't quite 'feel right' on a Chrysler, IMO.
Imho, the best color for the 300 has always been black with blacked out chrome.
I have liked the brushed or nickel looking accents that have been used also.
I liked that satin nickle looking trim on the pre-2018 Platinum and the 2018 C but I can't help but wonder why that used it on the door handles, rear bumper top, side mirrors, etc., but left the side window surrounds bright chrome. This mis-match kind of sticks out to me. Seems all bright trim should be one finish or the other
Unpopular opinion: I really like the way that green looks on the 300.
It's arguably better suited to the Charger sure, but I can't hate it on the 300 either.
2016 Chrysler 300S Alloy Edition
2017 Chrysler 300C Platinum
300 is one of the few cars that looks good chromed out, body colored or with different color bezels. I really wish they would have put a finish like the new Ram 1500 Titanium on the chrome parts of the 300C. That would look amazing.
Ivory white tricoat with blacked out everything is the best, but its alot of customization to get it there, not a factory option. Although the stone white with blacked out trim comes a close second
I need 300S exterior with Platinum interior. That’s will make a perfect car for me. Just saying.
I have a question for @Mike V. And @redriderbob if a person has a lifetime max care warranty on a 300s and purchased the stage 1, 2,and 3 scat pack and got it installed by a certified FCA dealer would the warranty be on the scat pack parts also since Mopar honors FCA warranty.
I'd forgotten what a good looking car the 300 is.
I don't know for sure. Mopar said "That’s great news for Mopar performance enthusiasts as the factory-engineered kits can add up to 75 horsepower* to the stock 5.7L HEMI engines, while maintaining the factory warranty and reliability." So I would assume it would fall under the current warranty under the car.
Well its going to take me two years but I have my new project. I'm building a 300s into a 300 hellcat with a hellcrate engine now I just need to know where do I buy a 8hp90 and what other stuff is needed. But this project will cost me 50 to 60 grand for a hellcat 300 I can live with that. At times @Mike V. And @redriderbob do you mind if I pick your brains on DMs because I have alot of questions.
Time to check out Cleveland Performance...
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Nope only honors items that came from the factory and were listed on the Monroney. Anything done by your dealer is expressly excluded from FCA service contracts.
Yea I figured that's why I'm going full conversion 300s to hellcat 300. If they don't build it I will
Sounds cool Randy