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2019 Chrysler 300 Performance Review


Performance: 7.4

The 2019 Chrysler 300 comes with a standard V6 and offers an optional V8. Both engines feel powerful and move this big sedan with ease. The V6 also gets decent fuel economy. However, the 300's athleticism is up for debate. You may have to test drive it to see how you think it handles, as test driver opinions vary widely.

  • "It comes with a V6, but the optional V8 is sublime. Get it." -- Edmunds
  • "Both V6 and V8 models tout smooth, compliant rides, though we find that the V8 handles a little better than its V6 counterpart." -- Autotrader (2016)
  • "Loaded with the most advanced technology and safety features, the 300 is superior to its ancestors, and with its Hemi-powered V8, runs circles around competitors like the … Chevy Impala. The 300's rear-drive setup (RWD) delivers the kind of performance enthusiasts prefer, but its available all-wheel drive (AWD) is there for those who must regularly deal with snow and ice." -- Kelley Blue Book (2016)

Acceleration and Power

The 300 comes standard with a 3.6-liter V6 that puts out 292 horsepower (300 horsepower in the 300S). This engine moves the car with ease and provides more than enough power for any driving situation. A smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic transmission is standard.

For more power, you want the available 5.7-liter Hemi V8 engine that produces 363 horsepower. While the base engine has ample power, the V8 has more verve, and it’s the engine that more enthusiastic drivers will prefer.

With the base engine, the 300 gets an EPA-estimated 19 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway. Those are comparable to the ratings that V6-powered rivals get. As you might guess, the V8 is less efficient, earning 16 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway.

  • "The 292-horsepower V6 does an admirable job moving more than 4,000 pounds of Chrysler. Zero to 60 mph takes 6.8 seconds. Upshifts are supple, and the 3.6-liter's power delivery is smooth. For a bit more oomph, we recommend the V8. It sounds better, too. The V6 is exceptionally smooth, and the gas pedal is responsive to your inputs. The eight-speed automatic is rarely confused, even handling hills with smart downshifts." -- Edmunds (2017)
  • "The available 363-horsepower Hemi V8 delivers heart-stopping acceleration, although we're still not thrilled with the way the 8-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission manages gear changes. It pauses too long in some cases and doesn't downshift fast enough in others." -- Kelley Blue Book (2016)
  • "Interestingly, acceleration isn't vastly improved with the V8. Yes, there's a noticeable difference between V6 and V8 models, but unless you're really excited to blast away from every stoplight, we suspect you'll probably be content with the car's smooth V6 engine." -- Autotrader (2016)

Handling and Braking

The 300 comes standard with rear-wheel drive, and all-wheel drive is available. Ride comfort is the priority here, and the 300 generally has a smooth ride. This Chrysler's handling draws mixed reviews. Some argue that it feels engaging on winding roads, while others say it isn’t nimble and that there’s noticeable body lean when cornering.

  • "Even for a big sedan, the 300C doesn't handle well. There is a lot of body roll in reaction to both steering inputs and road imperfections. Its rear-wheel drive makes it fun to drive at times, but overall handling isn't well controlled. Again, the 300S should be better in this regard." -- Edmunds (2018)
  • "Straight-line performance is outstanding in the 300, but on models other than the 300S, cornering is not its most admirable quality. … Somewhat improving matters is a Sport mode standard on the 300S and 300C Platinum that tweaks the response from the steering, throttle and transmission shift points." -- Kelley Blue Book (2016)
  • "The 300 is no sport sedan; it weighs more than 4,000 pounds and, even when equipped with a new sport suspension, prioritizes ride comfort over handling. Yet it is an easy, fun car to drive quickly. No front-wheel-drive competitor—not even the very good Chevrolet Impala—goes down the road with such authority." -- Automobile Magazine (2015)
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