tryphon said:You know, it looks more modern than the current 200!
I've been saying that about all of the vehicles of that era when compared to those that came post (merger-of-equals)/pre three-headed dog....lol!tryphon said:You know, it looks more modern than the current 200!
Agreed! The 98-04 Concorde, 01-06 Sebring, etc. still look "new" on the roads today. I think it stems from the car's curves and lack of sharp edges.XRT2SRT said:
If you look at the Grand Cherokee, you will see it looks more like a successor to the 2004 model than the 2009 model. That's because Cerberus allowed Jeep styling to do what they wanted, rather than the boxy, Daimler styling imposed on all models.XRT2SRT said:
Personally, like anything, it's all in the application. Scalloped equals niether good nor bad to me. I Liked it on the 300m, and the Sebring. And, accordingly, the scallopped lights on the 300m was not the work of Daimler. I like it on that sebring too, although that wasn't on the initialy 2001 coupe IIRC, that came later, and likely was the work of DCX.Dave said:I still don't like the disconnect between grille and headlights on either of the newer models. I certainly don't like the scalloped headlights, on any car, but that's a personal thing.
Love it too. Though I've never really been in the market for a car, this has been on the top of the list of used one's I'd buy. Along with the '02 Sebring coupe...unverferth said:Totally agree.
Saw a 300M Special yesterday. Absolute beauty of a car.
Timeless.....and not 'me too'.