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Chrysler 300 Expert Review
The 2012 Chrysler 300 receives changes that make it better than ever--even making it a close runner up for our 2012 Car of the Year award. The biggest change to the 2012 300 applies to Pentastar V-6-equipped models, which get an eight-speed automatic transmission as either optional or standard equipment, depending on trim level. When equipped with the new eight-speed automatic, rear-drive 300s are capable of 19/31 mpg city/highway, while all-wheel-drive 300s are capable of 18/27 mpg city/highway.
The other big change for the menacing-looking 2012 300 is the return of the 470-hp 300 SRT8 which features a sport tuned suspension, more-aggressive exterior, and a revised interior among other things.
The 2012 300 is the last full-size rear-drive family sedan you can buy today and it carries on that American tradition with pride. The 300 is notable for its distinct muscle car flair and is a real head-turner no matter what the trim level. Inside, the 2012 300 features a well-sorted interior layout with soft touch plastics and materials that would put the previous generation 300 to shame.
Body style: Sedan
Engines: 3.6L V-6, 5.7L V-8, 6.4L V-8
Transmissions: 5-speed automatic, 8-speed automatic
Models: Chrysler 300, Chrysler 300 Limited, Chrysler 300 S V6, Chrysler 300C, Chrysler 300 S V8, Chrysler 300 SRT8
A whole lot is new for the 2012 Chrysler 300.The biggest change this year is the new eight-speed automatic transmission on V-6-equipped 300s, and the return of the tire-scorching 300 SRT8 model. The new eight-speed automatic is currently only available with the 3.6-liter 292-hp V-6 engine, and improves the 300s performance and fuel economy as compared to the old five-speed automatic, upping fuel economy to an impressive 19/31 mpg city/highway while still providing plenty of grunt from the V-6. The 300 SRT8 is back for 2012 too; it gets the standard SRT 6.4-liter 470-hp and 470 lb-ft of torque Hemi V-8 that's seen in the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8, Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 and Dodge Charger SRT8, as well as large 20-inch wheel wrapped in performance rubber, an adjustable sport-tuned suspension, and a unique exterior.
The Chrysler 300's exterior remains much the same for the 2012 model year on most trim levels. The biggest exterior change this year comes to high-power 300 SRT8 models. The 2012 300 SRT8 is distinguished from the rest of the 300 lineup by a blacked-out grille, smoked headlights, and a slightly lower suspension giving the SRT8 an intimidating and planted new look. The 300 SRT8 also gets unique side-sills, 4-inch dual exhaust tips, and six-spoke 20-inch wheels.
The interior of the 2012 Chrysler 300 doesn't change much for 2012. The biggest change comes to 300s equipped with the new eight-speed automatic transmission, and SRT8 models. Eight-speed equipped 300s get a new gear shift lever that looks similar to the Audi A8's aircraft-throttle inspired lever. The 300 SRT8 gets a revamped interior with an SRT-exclusive flat-bottom steering wheel, SRT-embroidered sport seats, and unique aluminum trim. The 300 SRT8 also uses the screen from its standard navigation system to display performance metrics like 0-60 mph, one-eighth, and quarter-mile times, a g-force meter, and a horsepower and torque display.
When the 2012 Chrysler 300 is equipped with the 292-hp and 260 lb-ft of torque 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 and the all-new eight-speed automatic transmission, the 300 is capable of a 6.6-second 0-60 mph time, while returning an EPA-estimated 19/31 mpg city/highway with the eight-speed automatic. Step up to the 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 and its 370 hp and 395 lb-ft of torque will net a 0-60 mph time of 5.8 seconds and an EPA-estimated 16/25 mpg city/highway. The all-new 300 SRT8 gets a 470-hp and 470 lb-ft 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 that's good for a tire-scorching 4.4-second 0-60 mph time and an EPA-estimated 14/23 mpg city/highway. Currently, all V-8-equipped 300s are only available with a five-speed automatic.
All 2012 300s come standard including front driver and passenger airbags, driver's knee airbag, full-length side-curtain airbags, and front seat-mounted side-thorax airbags. 2012 300s also get standard traction control, electronic stability control, Ready Alert Braking (which preloads the brakes in the event of a panic stop), and Rain Brake Support (which helps to dry the brake disks to shorten stopping distances in the rain).
300: 18 mpg city/27 mpg highway (five-speed automatic); 19 mpg city/31 mpg highway (eight-speed automatic)
300 Limited: 19 mpg city/31 mpg highway (rear-wheel drive); 18 mpg city/27 mpg highway (all-wheel drive)
300 S V6: 19 mpg city/31 mpg highway (rear-wheel drive); 18 mpg city/27 mpg highway (all-wheel drive)
300C: 16 mpg city/25 mpg highway (rear-wheel drive); 15 mpg city/23 mpg highway (all-wheel drive)
300 S V8: 16 mpg city/25 mpg highway (rear-wheel drive); 15 mpg city/23 mpg highway (all-wheel drive)
300 SRT8: 14 mpg city/23 mpg highway
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300: Fresh off a redesign, the 2012 300 gets a new ZF-designed, Chrysler-built eight-speed automatic in 300S (V-6 only) and 300 Limited trims; it’s optional on the base 300. Hemi-powered 300C and 300S models retain the five-speed automatic. The latter is a new trim level for 2012 with a “performance-tuned suspension.” A range-topping 300C Executive Series debuts this year with more leather inside and a Bentley-esque chrome grille. After a brief sabbatical, the tire-burning 300 SRT8 returns with a new 470-hp, 6.4-liter V-8 (470 pound-feet of torque) that gets power to the road via Chrysler’s five-speed automatic and a Getrag limited slip. It’ll top out at 175 mph and fight the AMGs and M’s with old-fashioned pushrod power at a fraction of the cost.
Minor Trim Changes: Town & Country, 200 convertible/sedan
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