I drive the 2018 Chrysler 300S HEMI luxury sport sedan with a 5.7L V8 at Eagles Canyon Raceway in Texas during the Texas Auto Writers Association 2018 Auto Roundup.

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    • Planet Fabulous
      Planet Fabulous

      He'll need a HEMI V8 to haul all that extra weight!

      about 3 days ago
    • New Car Spin
      New Car Spin In reply to Planet Fabulous

      You're not my type. Best of luck to you.

      about 2 days ago
    • pityo gonzalez
      pityo gonzalez

      That "ceramic gray" looks stunning.!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Олег Кузнецов
      Олег Кузнецов

      бомбическая тачка !!!1

      about 5 months ago
    • Mike & Mindys Adventures
      Mike & Mindys Adventures

      Watched your video and then I went to buy one myself 2017 in red i love it such a solid car

      about 5 months ago
    • New Car Spin
      New Car Spin In reply to Mike & Mindys Adventures

      Congratulations!

      about 5 months ago
    • Tatted and Gatted
      Tatted and Gatted

      I just got the 300S with the 3.6 but still a very fun car. Next time I will opt for the Hemi. It was just above my price range at this time.

      about 5 months ago
    • Bob Hudson Jr
      Bob Hudson Jr

      I have a 14' 300C, just turned 45k. Metallic midnight black w/ k&n cold air intake. Rides and runs fantastic! Loaded and I love this car!

      about 7 months ago
    • New Car Spin
      New Car Spin In reply to Bob Hudson Jr

      Mine just turned 10k miles today, and I bought it in March. Already drove road trip from TX to CA. Awesome machine!

      about 7 months ago
    • xadam2dudex
      xadam2dudex

      should have told us Dave's full name and what he does with Chrysler .... the car sounds nice ...the V8 needs extra string rates and anti-sway bars for the increased weight of the engine ..I was surprised how much horsepower the hemi puts out...why can't you talk about how the Toyota drives ??

      about 7 months ago
    • TFB 64
      TFB 64

      Have owned 07 300c w 5.7, 12 300s with 3.6, and currently running 16 300c awd, Been very happy with all of them, ran the previous ones to over 100k miles, no issues. Love the cars, wish they would bring back the SRT, or at least make the 392 version available, even if it's without the SRT badge,,

      about 7 months ago
    • BallisticSniper1
      BallisticSniper1

      Got the 2016 SRT hyper black and love it.. they really should bring ya 6.4 SRT back in the U.S

      about 7 months ago
    • Oscar Bui
      Oscar Bui In reply to BallisticSniper1

      Picked up mine a few months ago, puts a smile on my dial every day :)

      about 7 months ago
    • karl smith
      karl smith

      He Was Not Allowed To Talk About How Much Of A Piece Of SHIT toyota Was I Bet He Would Hurt & Crushed Some Feelings & Broke Some Hearts By Telling The Truth About Those UGLY and STUPID BORING toyota GARBAGE toyota is shameful

      about 8 months ago
    • karl smith
      karl smith

      This Generation 300 Is The Most Greatest Looking One Ever If People Don't Like The New Chrysler+Dodge Designs Go Buy Something UGLY and BORING Like A toyota Or lexus Dodge+Chrysler Is Leading The Way With Their Cars & SUVs Put Anything In Its Class Up Against Them & See How Much More You Get For Your Money

      about 8 months ago
    • dave conyard
      dave conyard

      Great in traffic A pinch of a great car goood for the planet.

      about 9 months ago
    • weirdshibainu
      weirdshibainu

      I like the 300, but having owned 2 Chryslers in the past and both very unreliable, wouldn't buy a Chrysler again

      about 9 months ago
    • New Car Spin
      New Car Spin In reply to weirdshibainu

      That's a shame.

      about 9 months ago
    • abeycr
      abeycr

      I have a 2014 300 SRT Billet Silver - Lets just say, I have a Unicorn...

      about 9 months ago
    • Michael Leas
      Michael Leas

      I own the 2016 300S Alloy Edition, with the 5.7L, of course. Had a 2012 with the 3.6L, prefer the power of the V-8, the bigger the better. Had a 2013 300C, 5.7L it was nice, it would keep my "roadie" cold and my coffee hot. In my 2016 I (computer) recorded almost 31 MPG over a 3800 mile road trip, cylinder deactivation. Live in Arizona, and believe me the freeways through Utah, hiway 15 running north are concrete surfaces and as smooth as glass, If I slowed down below 85 MPH it was because I was in town or getting off the freeway. I would prefer the 6.4L motor in an SRT8, I hear that they are available in Canada but not in the US any more. Why? I know the Charger is available, don't like the cove on the doors. I have always been satisfied with the styling and performance of the 300. Price way below any foreign manufacture for a car that is comparable in features, and performance...

      about 10 months ago
    • New Car Spin
      New Car Spin In reply to Michael Leas

      I know what you're saying. It's a great car for the money right now. The gangster stigma has worn off, and now it's actually a sensible purchase! LOL!

      about 10 months ago
    • Mr Scowl Face
      Mr Scowl Face

      Chrysler is effing up for not having this in the U.S.

      about 10 months ago
    • Mr Scowl Face
      Mr Scowl Face In reply to Mr Scowl Face

      Wale Aliz yeah I'm working on that. At least you have it there. You might get it 1 day

      about 9 months ago
    • Wale Aliz
      Wale Aliz In reply to Mr Scowl Face

      Mr Scowl Face keep on hustling you will make it sooner or later , also damn we got the srt 300 here is saudi and its sick af but sadly i cant afford em

      about 9 months ago
    • Mr Scowl Face
      Mr Scowl Face In reply to Mr Scowl Face

      Wale Aliz I'm really not interested in the 300s until a 392 hemi comes out. But until then, I'm more interested in a 2018 challenger rt plus with the 8 speed, harman kardon system, blacktop package, super trak pak, sunroof and in the colors of either silver, red, blue, or destroyer grey. But my current insurance is effing me because I'm 19 yrs old, I own an 03 corolla, I don't have any tickets or accidents, and yet I'm paying $1250 every 6 months for my insurance. I called my company, and they said that if I wanted a new challenger, it would start at $1950 every 6 months for a base v6 model and $2250 every 6 months for a charger v6. Crazy right? I can only imagine how much it would be for a v8. And I have my eyes set on the challenger rt plus, scatpack shaker, charger scatpack, chally ta 392, and charger SRT 392 as my favorites. Not to mention v8s will go away soon at my most inconvient time. I turn 25 in 2024, and v8s will be replaced by 2021. And I don't want my mopar used. I want it new with the new car smell, and seats.

      about 9 months ago
    • Wale Aliz
      Wale Aliz In reply to Mr Scowl Face

      thats crazy , i m 23 and i saved a lot for 2 years just to be able to afford my first down payment for my car and i guess im getting the 300s with the 5.7 v8 , i thought a lot about the Daytona 5.7 but its not that good of an interior and its getting a facelift soon so ,i will be stuck with the old model ,I deserve better and more luxurious interior :D, hope you can afford yours soon enough and we can make our own videos about them :D
      also whatcha think on the 300s Black or white or silver ? i kinda want the mall to be honest xD

      about 9 months ago
    • Mr Scowl Face
      Mr Scowl Face In reply to Mr Scowl Face

      Wale Aliz oh yeah. Im 19, probably won't be getting one brand new any time soon, because of my financial situation, my insurance, and by how long the v8 engines will last. Until then, I wanna watch as many vids as possible

      about 9 months ago
    • Mr Andre Paden
      Mr Andre Paden

      Yes I wish the 300 srt come back to the United States ! I guess Dodge has to make the money on there srt or hell cat ! I still enjoy my 2013 Chrysler 300 !!

      about 10 months ago
    • David Berko
      David Berko

      Awesome car! I've driven the 2017 300 with just the V6 and even THAT was a blast. Can't imagine the Hemi in it. Amazing platform and really comfortable ride

      about 10 months ago
    • 7s29
      7s29

      It's a shame America won't sell the SRT 300 on their own country. We still have them in Australia, I own the Core model, these cars really are the gentleman's express, love it.

      about 10 months ago
    • Nasirx2 -
      Nasirx2 - In reply to 7s29

      wait, australia has the 2018 in a SRT 8 model? Can I import that?

      about 4 months ago
    • New Car Spin
      New Car Spin In reply to 7s29

      I can understand. However, I am glad we still get the ability to choose a V8. There are hardly any sedans left on the market, especially with a naturally aspirated V8. The fact that the 300 is a powerful luxury sedan for less $50k USD is another bonus. Besides this Chrysler 300 and the Dodge Charger, all that is left on the market are $100k luxo barges.

      about 10 months ago
    • Lambochaser
      Lambochaser

      I guess all the 300s I see are V6, they're so quiet. I do see many older srt and 300C. I wish we could remove all the loud colored 300's on 28 inch rims.i have nothing against putting rims on any car, but people surely know how to make them look extra tacky.

      about 11 months ago
    • T Weezy
      T Weezy In reply to Lambochaser

      I have the hemi although it’s not as new, a 2014. I probably will go for a Charger scat pack next time around. I love my 300 though, and it’s a bad ass on the expressway.

      about 5 months ago
    • cyberpsych1
      cyberpsych1 In reply to Lambochaser

      camdog124 Most likely because the location of the dealership will determine what buyers in the locale can afford.

      about 9 months ago
    • camdog124
      camdog124 In reply to Lambochaser

      The dealerships seem to favor the V6 models way more

      about 10 months ago
    • T Weezy
      T Weezy

      What size alloys are those?

      about 11 months ago
    • New Car Spin
      New Car Spin In reply to T Weezy

      20" wheels. Standard on the rwd 300s in v8 and v6.

      about 11 months ago
    • Dialysisforever
      Dialysisforever

      With the sport suspension, I wish they would have included a limited slip diff. I just realized I didn't get the heated and cooled cup holder, dang it. So the 2nd week of owning my 300s, a rock hit my window and cracked it half way across the window. The 3rd week of ownership, a mouse chewed up the wiring harness to 3 of the coils. Come to find out, the covering on the wiring harness is made of soy to make it more eco friendly but the mice love the taste. Thanks for the video.

      about 11 months ago
    • D Howard
      D Howard In reply to Dialysisforever

      Yes but no 6.4, which is almost the reason why we want the SRT package.  If you really want the SRT I would go with the Charger.  The back set is a little more smaller but its really nice as well

      about 11 months ago
    • Lambochaser
      Lambochaser In reply to Dialysisforever

      D Howard the srt 300 stopped at 2014 in America.

      about 11 months ago
    • Dialysisforever
      Dialysisforever In reply to Dialysisforever

      Skrill Head Beats - I was cross shopping the 300s with the Dodge Charger and believe it or not, the Kia Stinger. I got the 300s because they had a good deal on them and I prefer how it looks. The Kia is quicker and has more luggage space with an option of AWD. Good luck

      about 11 months ago
    • Skrill Head Produced It.
      Skrill Head Produced It. In reply to Dialysisforever

      D Howard Thanks for the reply man. Well I was gonna hold out for a SRT but looks like I wont be. I believe I read somewhere tht u can order the SRT package for the 300 S when purchasing.

      about 11 months ago
    • D Howard
      D Howard In reply to Dialysisforever

      Good news and bad new, yes there is an SRT 300 but they don't sell them in America.  You can find older 300 models with SRT, just don't remember what year they stopped.  The S series is the sport model and to me its the best looking.  The top end models just have to much chrome.  Trust me the 5.7 has plenty of power and is really fun in sport mode but also the ride is amazing.  You would be really happy to purchase one.

      about 11 months ago