The Chrysler 300 is a luxury sedan which was released in 2005, however predecessors of this vehicle were first on the US market as the Chrysler letter series from 1955 to 1965, and again from 1994 to 2004.
The Chrysler 300 was popular when it was first introduced in 2005, selling over 10,000 units a month in each of its first two years, but sales deteriorated quickly and it has rarely sold over 5,000 units a month since a short-lived sales boost generated by a 2011 redesign.
Although it was rumored that the Chrysler 300 would be discontinued, it was released again in 2020, offering a 3.6-liter V6 engine, 8 speed automatic transmission, and rear-wheel-drive as standard with all-wheel-drive optional. The more powerful 300C has a 5.7-liter V8 HEMI engine and all-wheel-drive as standard.
The Chrysler 300 is subject to numerous recalls and complaints, about everything from issues with the remote start and the dashboard lights to exploding sunroofs. The Chrysler 300 is included in both the massive Takata airbag recall relating to exploding airbags and the recall of 4.8 million FCA vehicles due to a defect that can prevent the cruise control from disengaging.
Abeel & Associates has an experienced team who can help you navigate the problems with your Chrysler 300. You may be entitled to a refund, replacement vehicle or cash compensation. Contact us by phone or via our website to find out what we can do for you.
Recent model year 300 are experiencing the following defects:
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