The Chrysler 300 I is a full-sized, front-engine, rear-wheel-drive luxury car manufactured by
FCA US. First-generation model years 2005-2010 Chrysler 300 I was marketed as a four-door
station wagon and sedan and in the second and present generation model years 2011 onwards
it was marketed as a four-door sedan.
Chrysler 300 was introduced as a concept at the New York International Auto show held in the
year 2003 with designing by Ralph Gills and manufacture starting in January 2004 for the model
year 2005. The Chrysler 300 was premeditated as a modern version of the Chrysler C-300,
featuring a long hood, large grille, and low roofline that was noticeable on those cars. The design
of the model year 2005 retained many features of the 1998 Chrysler Chronos concept cars like
tortoiseshell finishings on the shifter knob and steering wheel and chrome interior accents.
The first generation of Chrysler 300 was introduced in the year 2005 and it first appeared at the
NYI Auto Show held in 2003 as a model car. The features and the design hints were retained
from the earlier model C-300 of the model years 1950s and 60s. The interior took nods from the
Chrysler Chronos model with tortoiseshell specifying on the steering wheel and shifter knob.
Chrysler 300 was retained the rear-wheel-drive and based on the LX platform, and it offered an
all-wheel-drive as an option. It included features of W211 Mercedes-Benz E-Class like
transmission, rear suspension, wiring harness, steering column, and more as Mercedes and
Chrysler belong to Daimler, the same establishment when development started.
Chrysler 300 base model came with a 4-speed automatic transmission and 3.5lt V6 engine with
190horsepower. It includes other major features like 17-inch wheels, four-wheel disc brakes, a
power driver’s seat, and a single-disc CD player. Rear-wheel drive is standard, however, AWD
Chrysler 300 I was designed by Ralph Gilles and its production started in January 2004 for the
model year 2005. This model was first introduced in the Auto show held in New York
International in the year 2003. The basic Chrysler 300 model came with 17-inch standard
wheels, four-wheel disc brakes, wheel covers, single disc MP3, power driver seat, auxiliary input