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Luxory and Affordability Like No Other Car Offers logo 5/22/2015 rram300

Purchased a 2015 300 Limited in April. Although this is supposed to be a base model I also compared Mercedes, Audi, Volvo, BMW, Infinity, and Acura base models and the 300 beat them by far with things like heated leather (not leatherette)seats, larger infotainment 8.4 screen, 3.6L 292hp 6-cylinder power, good mpg's (I average 25 combined)and I added several options such as Nav., safety blind spot monitoring, lane change assist, remote start, front and rear parking sensors, back-up camera, LED fog lamps, Beats speakers with a sub-woofer in the trunk, and more and still came in at under $31K. Do your research folks and you'll discover like I did this is the best value luxury car around.

Favorite Feature : I think the best "feature" you'll notice is the value of what you're driving around in. I previously had a 2012 Mercedes C250 but never felt like I was getting what I paid for. My 300 drives smoother, less road noise, has more power when I need it on the highway for passing, and much better safety options and over-all features. The Uconnect infotainment system is actually fun to learn and play with. Go the little bit extra and get navigation activated you'll be glad you did. Its already on the radio just needs activating by the dealership.

Suggested Improvement : It's hard to say what could make this car better. When I drove it off the dealership I truly felt like I had pulled something over them and they were going to call me back and say they sold me the car at too low a price!!The only thing my car did not already come equipped with was a sun-roof? But I didn't care here in South Texas its too hot/humid most of the year to use that anyway. But if it came standard I guess it would appeal more to some.

Average Rating : 5


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