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AN: 2015 Chrysler 300C inadvertently revealed?

Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by Allpar News System, Sep 12, 2014.

  1. oh2o

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    No drastic changes for the overall shape of the dash area, but the cluster and steering wheel are all-new.
     
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  2. aldo90731

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    Yup. I find less and less interest in a Chrysler.

    I found myself avoiding the "mainstream" brands for years because I didn't want another FWD jellybean indistinguishable from the millions of others on the road. Since that's what Chrysler now wants to be...good luck to them.
     
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  3. CDJSalesPro

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    Everything doesn’t need to be a debate...it is simply an opinion. The Durango doesn’t have a less expensive sibling to compare to....(please don’t say Journey)
    With the 200 already being out . There has been a styling precedence made.
     
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  4. oh2o

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    The anticipation for the 2015 300 doesn't seem to be very high, you can determine this, in part, by the fact that no one has broke the embargo!!
     
  5. hmk123

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    So oh20, do you like what they did to the car? :) Will it have a very positive impact in your opinion. I am just curious... :) Although we will all know more in a few more hours. Thanks!
     
  6. Mike V.

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    I wasn't debating, simply stating the truth.

    Mike
     
  7. Like I stated in a post many pages ago...... why even bother with doing anything? They seem to be content letting it wither and die like many a Chrysler product before it.
     
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  8. Mike V.

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    It's not surprising, the update has been heavily downplayed

    Mike
     
  9. hmk123

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    I needed to get used to the Chrysler symbol not being at the top of the grill but just after seeing a few pictures I am starting to like it more and more. Overall I think this is a great looking refresh. Especially the interior is great!
     
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    Agreed! Those subtle changes are a huge improvement.
     
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    they still didnt fix that Dash Trim cut off.... but i like the Color Updates in the interior. Not to mention Certain Trim get different Door insert designs!!
     
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  12. DDakRT

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    That red S looks really sharp! Such a shame that you can't get something with more ooomph than the 5.7 anymore.

    The Platinum's interior looks fantastic, the stitching is very classy and upscale. The S's interior is a let down for me to be honest, was hoping for a little bit more changes. If only you can option that Platinum interior in black/red for the S, that would be a really nice ride inside and out.
     
  13. geraldg

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    now if only if the 200 looked this good instead of like all the other cars.
     
  14. hmk123

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    I love all the different LX cars they have done over the years. I wish I had a subscription... :) Hopefully someone will have a collection with all the different models in a museum one day!
     
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  15. Dave Z

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    We have the full story and pics up now. Sorry for the delay 2015 Chrysler 300C
    (or rather the misprogramming that caused the old story to show)
     
  16. Stratuscaster

    Stratuscaster Vaguely badass...
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  17. LXbuilder

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    It does here. EVERYTHING becomes a debate here, you're not allowed opinions here ...unless they are "correct"(read, the same as debaters.)
    That's why the conversations are all dominated by a few, while others leave or sit on they're fingers. IMO
     
  18. Mopar7171

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    100% spot on!
     
  19. Erik Latranyi

    Erik Latranyi Allpar Legacy

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    Most do not understand that an opinion based on FALSE FACTS is just as correctable as the false fact itself.

    Allpar is a place to learn how and why the auto industry does certain things from the people who are or were involved in those decisions.
     
  20. LXbuilder

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    And MANY times the correction of of false facts comes with new and different false facts. One opinion, replacing another is what I prefer to call it.
     

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