The Chrysler 300, one of the very few mass-market full-size sedans still sold in America, went through a model pare-down in 2021. For 2022, the UConnect 4C navigation system, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, displayed on an 8.4 inch touch-screen, is standard.
The 300 starts with an eight-speed automatic and 292 horsepower V6 engine; buyers who opt for the 300S get a V-8 engine, the 5.7 Hemi, generating 363 horsepower and 394 lb-ft of torque. Upgrades for 2022 include the Touring L (which replaces 300C) gaining a standards sport appearance package, with black exterior badges, 20-inch Black Noise wheels (AWD models are limited to 19 inch wheels), a revised front fascia with body-color appliqué, and LED fog lamps.
For the 300S, buyers now get a standard nine-speaker stereo with subwoofer, dual-pane power sunroof, fog lamps, body-color front fascia and appliqué, body-color rear spoiler, and side sills.
A new, standard air filtration system removes 95% of air particulates, including dust, smoke, and aerosols, making it the cleanest cabin air of any Chrysler vehicle.
The Comfort Group, optional on Touring L and 300S, adds a new higher-end alarm. It already had a standard front and rear park ranging system, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross path detection.
There are three 300 models, all sold with rear or all wheel drive: Touring, Touring L, and 300S. Colors are white, Frostbite, black, metallic gray, silver, and Velvet Red; interior colors are black or black with linen.
2 thoughts on “2022 300 gets standard nav”
Now let’s get it out from the bottom of the JD Powers list…and add some Chrysler product. Too many Jeeps and tired of being RAMmed and DODGEd.
300 isnt at the bottom..The Pacifica drags the Chrysler 300 down in overall brand reliability..The 300 is one of the most reliable cars around..There was a study it is better than the Charger..and the Charger was 3rd.
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