2013 Chrysler 300C Luxury



The 2013 Chrysler 300C Luxury is car that truly has been a long time coming. For the past few years, Chrysler and their subsidiaries and branches have taken a bit of a beating in the press, not because of what their cars are but because of what their cars are not. The 300c Luxury takes a bold stand against that perception, not only by creating a quality luxury vehicle but also by adding the name ‘Luxury’ to the vehicle’s trim package as if to call out the critics and say, ‘C’mon, I dare you’. In this day and age, ‘luxury’ is a word that instantly drums up foreign automobiles and rarely domestic makes. Well… It’s time for a change in that old world thinking.

Where the old Chrysler 300 dropped the ball on interior quality and comfort, the new 300C Luxury picks it up in spades. Refined yet uncoated wood accents and leather drape the interior of the 300C Luxury while comfortable seats and a quality ride support the driver and passengers. The interior is only a slight step down from the current interior German trend setters, Audi and Volkswagen, while completely outshining the other domestic brands in the segment by 3 fold. Please look closely at the interior closeups, the Chrysler of the 90′s and 00′s has clearly the building.

Exterior and interior design, materials, ergonomics, and overall aesthetics have come together to truly set the bar for what should be encompassed within the domestic flagship sedans. Enjoy the images. And amazingly, this brown metal flake paint is quite stunning in person. I had a hard time letting this car out of my sight.

About Ian Merritt

Ian D. Merritt is a commercial, editorial, and automotive photographer and journalist living in Chicago.
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One Response to 2013 Chrysler 300C Luxury

  1. Darren E says:

    I couldn’t agree more with you about this vehicle. Although for such a sizable vehicle, you gotta run with the 5.7L V8 if you enjoy a little ‘peppier’ acceleration. Don’t skimp if you buy the luxury edition either. You would be missing out on so much by NOT getting the panoramic sunroof, the lighting package, beats audio, and of course the safety package. All of these options and the vehicle stickers at UNDER $50k! Just keep in mind, this is a full size vehicle but it does drive much less than comparable luxury vehicles costing in excess of $60,000.00.
    Your photos do great justice to this great vehicle! I have never been more happy with a car.

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