The 2015 Chrysler 300C is a full size sedan with a 3.6L V6 producing 292 HP matched to an 8-speed automatic transmission. It features a quiet roomy interior for both front and rear passengers. Also included is a remote start system, push button start, heated and vented seats, and an acoustic windshield.

Options Included:
- Light Group: auto leveling and adaptive bi-xenon HID lamps
- SafetyTec 1: power multi-function mirrors, park sense parking assist system, blind spot and cross path detection, mirror turn signals & courtesy lamps
- 20 Inch Polished Aluminum Wheels

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300C Base Price: $38,070
MSRP As Tested: $42,650

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    • Troy Wagnon
      Troy Wagnon

      Tick tick tick

      about 2 hours ago
    • Luis Vazquez
      Luis Vazquez

      Thanks. I just bought one today and this is the ONLY VIDEO THAT EXPLAIN EVERYTHING!!

      about 4 months ago
    • phonearena07
      phonearena07

      Which car would be best for a student with 20k budget in Canada I am an international student looking to buy one

      about 5 months ago
    • Samaan Alkhaldi
      Samaan Alkhaldi

      ♡ ♡ ♡

      about 5 months ago
    • John Diaz
      John Diaz

      I didn't think you did car reviews. Especially American Cars.

      about 11 months ago
    • Devonne West
      Devonne West

      reason it makes sense to compare these to an Escalade, bc when both are about 13 years old they will be in the hood, with huge chrome rims, being driven by thugs with neck tattoos.

      about 11 months ago
    • Devonne West
      Devonne West

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      about 11 months ago
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      men physiues lover

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      about 1 year ago
    • ElectroBlackhawk
      ElectroBlackhawk

      Helpful and informative review; keep it up! However, due to the fact that this vehicle consists of a VVT engine, the vehicle actually has 300HP and 262lb-ft of torque.

      about 1 year ago
    • samin90
      samin90

      What I got from this video is that the Escalade is basically an FRS

      about 1 year ago
    • Crazy Candy Crush
      Crazy Candy Crush

      Can you imagine I actually use this car for ubereats!

      about 1 year ago
    • 2012htcme
      2012htcme

      I'm glad you did this video ! Thnx man you read my mind

      about 1 year ago
    • Sir Diggity Dawg
      Sir Diggity Dawg

      You talk like Barry from the Flash

      about 1 year ago
    • Kevin Wright
      Kevin Wright

      I do wish you'd do a Chevrolet Impala review!

      about 1 year ago
    • GameJunkie
      GameJunkie

      i just notice you dont use ads? why you could make some good money?

      about 2 years ago
    • GameJunkie
      GameJunkie In reply to GameJunkie

      you have 1million subscribers 😱

      about 2 years ago
    • Oscar Lara
      Oscar Lara

      I want a 2015 but the V8s are pricey :( and I can't settle for a V6 no matter how good the interior is

      about 2 years ago
    • SilentDream1988
      SilentDream1988

      Nice FIAT!

      about 2 years ago
    • Vincenzo G
      Vincenzo G

      I think what really kills the acceleration even on the V6 is the final drive even with an 8 speed auto - factory isn't it a 2.73 ? - 8 gears - even a 3.23/3.27 would help drastically but not ruin fuel economy (for those worried about gas mileage) - that super low final drive kills all acceleration on the V6 - the ZF box is fantastic but yeah.... love the 300 regardless

      about 2 years ago
    • Saa'd Al-Alami
      Saa'd Al-Alami

      <3

      about 2 years ago
    • MoparFam 300C
      MoparFam 300C

      I want the HEMI

      about 2 years ago
    • MrElitepenguin
      MrElitepenguin In reply to MoparFam 300C

      my brother has the hemi

      about 2 years ago
    • Hussein Adil
      Hussein Adil

      I just have test driven my friend's 2013 chrysler 300 V6 and i was shocked of how much cheap material was involved in the interior, the engine and the transmission felt a litle rough but they were responsive, and the way i heard the sound of the engine made me feel that chrysler was made lots of shortcuts of isolating the cabin and this is no good for a car that is marketed as a premium sedan.
      although it's a rear wheel drive sedan and the way it looks on the road attract people's eyes around you. It just needs some little tweaks.

      about 2 years ago
    • Oscar Lara
      Oscar Lara In reply to Hussein Adil

      I haven't been a 2014 300 but I test drove a 2013 Hemi and the interior does feel cheap and janky I own a 2014 Cadillac ATS and the interior is amazing! Leather and everything but the 300 is still a good looking car

      about 2 years ago
    • Hussein Adil
      Hussein Adil In reply to Hussein Adil

      We are talking about affordable premium options not the top end sedans, are you with me in this matter?
      I believe the 300 is marketed far from it's true position, if it was truly fit the description then we should have seen more selling numbers for this model.
      I hope for the best, because i myself love RWD cars.

      about 2 years ago
    • Hussein Adil
      Hussein Adil In reply to Hussein Adil

      Sir, with all due respect, have you test one or you are saying this just because it's a toyota?

      about 2 years ago
    • Hussein Adil
      Hussein Adil In reply to Hussein Adil

      WarmSoftKitty In case you want to see some true affordable premium interior, please try to sit inside the 2013+ toyota avalon.

      about 2 years ago
    • Hussein Adil
      Hussein Adil In reply to Hussein Adil

      WarmSoftKitty Sadly I'm not lying, this was my experiment with this car.
      Can you prove that the cabin is well isolated? If i have never driven one then how i felt the sound proofing is poor?
      I'm not going to be aggressive with you sir, but from my understanding this car looks like your first premium sedan so you felt that I'm lying.
      So, tell me please how do you see the quality of the black plastics around the info screen between the tachometer and the speedometer? and how do you see the quality of the center console?
      If you were comparing this car to a hyundai accent then sure it will have a premium interior and i would be a liar.

      about 2 years ago
    • Don Martin
      Don Martin

      Thank you for a very complete, unbiased, technical description of your impressions. I gained more technical information of the Chrysler 300 from your video than from any others that I have found on YouTube.

      about 3 years ago
    • Engineering Explained
      Engineering Explained In reply to Don Martin

      Happy to hear it, thanks for watching!

      about 3 years ago
    • johnnyedify
      johnnyedify

      I just bought one of these and am impressed with the build quality. Dash is seamlessly put together. Ride is very smooth and quiet. Power is ample and very drivable with quick downshifts when needed. Also excellent gas mileage for such a large roomy car.

      about 3 years ago
    • aminy23
      aminy23 In reply to johnnyedify

      I've had a 2015 300S since virtually new, and it's been holding up fine without any issues. I had a Dodge Ram 1500, which I sold at 260,000 miles without any power-train issues. I have friends with older 300s and Magnums with over 250,000, and even a couple over 300,000 miles.

      about 1 year ago
    • alex nuno
      alex nuno In reply to johnnyedify

      johnnyedify how Is holding up, I'm thinking about buying one, but I'm worry about it reliability

      about 1 year ago
    • Benny Biggums
      Benny Biggums

      Can anybody tell me the difference between the 2016 model and the 2015 model?

      about 3 years ago
    • Jim Cole
      Jim Cole

      Love my 300s drove the six and went back to the Hemi as my 2006 c was. Hard to downsize. Hemi is worth the power. Standard stereo is ok. Need the beats or the top shelf Harmon kardon. I do t have that cruise control issue. Odd to hear.

      about 3 years ago
    • coolvideo28
      coolvideo28

      Excellent review

      about 3 years ago
    • Tim Joseph
      Tim Joseph

      I hope the next generation model doen't switch to FWD, or else no V8 or Hellcat engine would fit, and torque steer would be present. AWD would still be optional. It could be lighter with high-strength steel and aluminum.

      about 3 years ago
    • Cappuccino -
      Cappuccino - In reply to Tim Joseph

      Y would they do that than?

      about 3 years ago
    • Dukiny Gaming
      Dukiny Gaming In reply to Tim Joseph

      They're going to keep the v8's and rwd and add a 4 cylinder option like the Camaro and mustang.

      about 3 years ago
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      Kev Higgins

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      about 3 years ago
    • MGT
      MGT

      Nice but would rather buy a used merc for the same money.

      about 3 years ago
    • Keturunan Melayu Sejati
      Keturunan Melayu Sejati

      Nice video.. Crystal clear detailsss.

      gud one!

      about 3 years ago