The Chrysler 300 is a special car that earned considerable amounts of praise so far, yet one that can be improved even further.
Along that line, the American company just introduced a new version, the Luxury Edition 2012 Chrysler 300. The engine can be described as lesser but everything else will not accept that typecast.
A simple idea stands behind the new package, you no longer have to buy a large inefficient engine to enjoy the most luxurious offerings of the car at hand.
The engine is the familiar Pentastar 3.6 liter V6 but it gets a special helping hand in the form of an eight speed automatic gearbox which will make for even more luxurious feel.
For the interior’s improved pampering, Chrysler have made quite the intelligent decision and asked their friends at Fiat for a helping hand. The Europeans came back in style as they began providing Potrona Frau leather for the Chrysler 300.
If you haven’t heard the name before, it’s not a new marketing gimmick but the same sort of soft and pleasant comfort that was once reserved for Maserati and high end Alfa Romeo models.
This special leather will be wrapped around the instrument panel, cluster brow, center console side and the door panels. For the rest of the surfaces you come in with in the 2012 Chrysler 300 Luxury Edition you’ll be relying on Nappa leather.
Wood and an upgraded infotainment system polish off the final details of the 2012 Chrysler 300 Luxury Edition. Outside the car the only differences you’ll spot are new alloy wheels and some extra chrome work.