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Chrysler sets 300 pricing – lower than expected

by David Zatz on

300C side car

Chrysler has set pricing for the 300, and the car is both less expensive than Allpar had predicted, and comes with more features.

While full details are on our 2011 Chrysler 300C page, the base 300 model starts at $27,995, including destination charge; that includes 17 inch wheels, EVIC, USB stereo, dual zone climate control with humidity sensor, LED interior lights, express windows, and a host of other features.

The Limited adds leather, heated front seats, Alpine stereo, and numerous other features, for $4,000 more. A 300 Limited Luxury Group adds many features normally only available on 300C, bringing the price up another $3,250 but bringing in heated/ventilated front seats, power backlight sunshade, bigger alternator, heated/cooled cupholders, and numbers other features, along with ash burl trim in two colors.

The 300C itself begins at $38,995, with those features, special suspension and brakes; 300C with AWD starts at $41,145. A SafetyTec group is available on Limited and 300C, with a surprising panoply of features as well.

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