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.