The Americans from Chrysler decided to extend the engine range of the new 300 Luxury Edition, a model which will hit the showrooms somewhere next year, in February.
If the customers had the opportunity to get the 300 Luxury Edition along with a powerful 5.7-liter HEMI V8 engine offering 363 horsepower, the company introduced now a new 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 unit for those of you who are content with “only” 292 horses.
This engine comes together with an eight-speed automatic transmission while is up to you if you want a rear-wheel or all-wheel drive system.
Special features of the 300 Luxury Edition include 20-inch polished wheels, chrome finish for door handles and mirror housings but also few other minor tweaks. Inside, the customers enjoy Mochachino seats with Nappa leather, heated seats, a navigation system with 8.4-inch touchscreen display, aluminum pedals, chrome door sills and more.
Pricing for the rear-wheel drive version of the Chrysler 300 Luxury Edition fitted with the new Pentastar V6 starts from $40,145 including the $825 destination fee while the Chrysler 300C Luxury Edition with the HEMI V8 engine and all-wheel drive is priced from $45,245.