Full-size sedans are an endangered species, but there are still a number of worthy candidates on our roads. We present in our comparison today a veteran against a newcomer.
2019 Chrysler 300
Despite its age, it still has its mouth on this 300. However, it still rests on a chassis that is over 20 years old and begins to slowly become senile. Chrysler has patched it up to keep it going, but it's a bit like putting tape on a window that is cracked when it needs to be replaced. It should be remembered that this structure is also the basis of the Charger and the Challenger. Many claim that 2020 will be the last year of production for the 300, which explains the lack of significant changes this year.
In 2019, the two superior versions offered a Harman / Kardon audio system (optional), an electrically operated sun visor for the bezel, a leather interior (dark mocha), and a double-glazed sunroof. The Limited version can also be used with 20-inch wheels, and the 300C is now standard with the 5.7-liter Hemi V8.