A new version of the Chrysler 300 sedan has been readied by the American automaker for 2015, featuring slight revisions to the exterior design, improved interior, and a few mechanical upgrades here and there.
The 2015 Chrysler 300 comes with a slightly modified face incorporating a new grille with the Chrysler wings proudly on display on it, a sleeker bumper and new fog lights. The rest of the body remains pretty much intact.
As for the interior, besides improved materials and a cool new steering wheel, you find that the 300 can now be specified with on-demand Wi-Fi as part of its improved Uconnect system, accessed through an 8.4-inch display in the dashboard. Another 7-inch display is used for the digital gauges in the instrument binnacle.
The engine lineup remains unchanged for the 2015 Chrysler, still including the 290-hp Pentastar V6 and the 360 horsepower HEMI V8.And you can still opt for all-wheel-drive if you want, but the new model gets new cast aluminum axles and a revised steering system, so it should drive better than before.
There is also a whole host of safety gear, including improved adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, and lane departure warning, for when it loses interest in driving so well. All that makes the new 300 rather good value, given a base price of $32,390.