2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee

You’ve heard the expression: “If it isn’t broken, why fix it?”  That statement could be the motto of the new Jeep Grand Cherokee, the flagship of the proud Jeep family, as it just stays the course.  Recently the trustworthy organization Consumer Reports did a huge survey of vehicle owners on how they rated their modes of transportation in the area of owner satisfaction.

It was no surprise that the “Grand” ranked high in comfort, styling and driving.  But don’t take anyone’s word for it and just do your own due diligence with an up close and personal inspection of the Jeep Grand Cherokee with the friendly folks at Greenville Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM located at 5401 Interstate Highway 30 in Greenville, Texas or by calling the dealership at 903.454.0283 and take your expectations for a drive.  Easy as that.

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You and yours will discover that the Grand has a compliant controlled ride, comfy seats and an upscale interior.  All of which endows it with a premium substantial feel and a joy to drive and especially to be seen in.  Moreover, the Grand Cherokee continues to be rugged with off the beaten path capabilities and yet can be a very civilized five passenger family hauler.

The model lineup spans from a rather basic vehicle to absolutely “Bonkers” with the Trackhawk that is just made for those who can’t get enough ponies under their handsome hood.  The base engine is a lively 3.6-liter V6 that delivers 295 horses and 260 lb-ft of “get up and go” torque.  It is mated with a smooth shifting 8-speed automatic that comes with all Grand Cherokees.  The Limited, Overland, Trailhawk and Summit trims are available with other engines.

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The 3.0-liter Turbo Diesel V6 punches out 240 horses and an awesome 420 lb-ft of torque which is enough to tow 7,000 lbs.  Another choice is the 5.7-liter V8 that releases 360 horses and comes in AWD only.  Moving up in more horsepower is the SRT’s 6.4-liter V8 that puts out 475 anxious horses and 470 lb-ft of asphalt/dirt grabbing torque.  Still want more excitement, then drive the unbelievable Trackhawk that comes with a super charged 6.2-liter that delivers 707 angry horses and an astounding 645 lb-ft of torque in this rocket ship.

Besides all those engine and trim choices, the Jeep Grand Cherokee continues to be a very handsome vehicle with its smooth lines, gentle curves and just refuses to go unnoticed.  This theme continues when you slide up into those comfortable and sturdy seats with a cabin that will make you feel that this is a very pleasant place to spend your drive times.

At your fingertips is the highly rated Uconnect infotainment system with its large screen for your communication and entertainment desires.  For your safety, check out Jeep’s Active Safety Group that adds a slew of safety features to keep your mind at ease.  No better time than now to check out the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee as summertime and vacation trips are just around the corner.

2019 Jeep Wrangler

For more than a week Motor Trend tested over 30 SUV’s in real world conditions with roads full of sand, gravel, just plain dirt and even paved.  The MT folks really defined what a SUV or Sports Utility Vehicle is all about.  It is fitting that they chose the 2019 Jeep Wrangler as the SUV of the year.

Motor Trend said: “Jeep resists the temptation to dilute its climb that mountain capabilities for crossover softness.”  Indeed, the Wrangler’s diverse range furnishes a model for every need.  This award-winning fun machine is proudly on display with the friendly folks at Greenville Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM located at 5401 Interstate Hwy 30 in Greenville, Texas or by calling the dealership at 903.454.0283 and so ready to show you how it won that honor.

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This new Wrangler is larger, smarter and even more comfortable.  You will discover quickly that the Jeep engineers really adhered to the number one rule and that was “don’t screw it up” and they didn’t.  The Wrangler is still the World’s most iconic off/on road vehicle for over 70 years.  The round headlights are still there along with the 7-slot grille and plugs in the floor for cleaning. But, if you look closer, you will notice larger side glass, a re-positioned spare tire for greater visibility and more of a slant in the grille.  Overall, this new Wrangler is taller, longer and more comfortable.

Jeep stuck with a steel fully boxed body on a framed designed chassis and made it lighter with an aluminum hood, fender flares and doors plus the rear swing gate now is magnesium. That weight loss makes the doors easier to take on and off.   The new Sky One-Touch power top is a game changer as not only does the cloth top retract, but the rear quarter windows pop out for an open air experience.

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Underneath it rides on a five-link suspension for improved on road experiences.  The front and rear axles have available locking differentials and an electronically disconnecting front sway bar.  Available are four under-body skid plates that help with its rock climbing abilities.  Now since the Jeep Wrangler is also used as a daily driven vehicle it comes with enhanced road refinement, comfort amenities and is even quieter on pavement surfaces. The Wrangler’s new 8-speed transmission has wider gear ratios from a lower first gear to assist on off-roading torque to a higher gear for your highway driving.

Also, for your driving comfort, a new electro-hydraulic power steering system is there for a better steering feel and a smaller turning radius.  Under the Wrangler’s iconic hood along with the V6 is the new 2.0-liter turbo four that punches out 268 lively ponies and 295 lb-ft of asphalt/dirt grabbing torque.  When you just must have an “off-roader” or want to be seen as one, the Wrangler is your choice.

The bet is on that you will leave with a smile, not only because you brought back the important “fun factor” in your drive times, but for the great deal you received. No better time than now.

 

2018 Dodge Durango SRT

If you want a family hauler that doesn’t sacrifice the basic human desire for driving a lean and lethal road machine, and a large SUV that turns fuel into adrenaline and still hits that sweet spot of daily driving, then your search is over as Dodge made a true high-performance SUV this year with it’s very popular Durango and named it SRT.

One is proudly on display with the friendly folks at Greenville Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM located at 5401 Interstate Hwy 30 in Greenville, Texas or by calling the dealership at 469.517.0043 and be ready to take your expectations for a spin.

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After making other Dodge siblings with awesome power under their handsome hoods through the years, they thought why not develop a new Durango for 2018 with mega horsepower.  We really can’t blame them that it took eight years since the “proof is in the pudding” as they say.  You and yours will agree it was worth the wait.  The main event is what is living under the Dodge SRT’s masculine hood.  It has the very popular Dodge muscle car’s 6.5-liter Hemi V8 that will produce 475 anxious horses and an awesome 470 lb-ft of asphalt grabbing torque.

That power is mated with a smooth shifting eight-speed automatic and an available rear-biased all-wheel-drive setup that will get you to 60mph in just 4.4 seconds and sound good doing it.  No other large SUV can touch it and you will miss the jaws dropping as you move so quickly from that green light.  Thankfully, the Dodge SRT stops just as well as it goes needing just 110 feet to stop from 60 mph.

Other new add-ons for stability and control include a stiffened and lower suspension; Brembo brakes on all four wheels, three season tires that keep you planted and the seven driver-customizable drive modes to assist your SRT in any given condition.  Also part of the package is a wide body kit, leather and a cool performance exhaust system to let your neighbors know you are coming home.  Yes, it will turn heads as well as corners. Another great plus is that your SRT can tow up to 8600 pounds to haul your big camper or boat to those vacation spots.

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For your communication, entertainment and safety desires, all Durangos have an available 8.4-inch touch screen that comes with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and other good stuff to make your time behind the wheel an enjoyable experience.  Their highly ranked infotainment system is straight forward with traditional knobs, buttons and so easy to learn.  To further make it a pleasant place to spend your time, the interior has comfy leather seats, distinctive dashboard and cockpit, ample storage, abundance of room and all the modern and necessary accessories you need for the drive times.  On the outside, the Durango SRT styling is aggressive enough without going overboard.  It’s clean and sleek lines come with LED headlights, a big cross-hair grill with a unique hood and a front end that has extra vents to help cool this monster V8.  The rear sports a tailgate with wide red LED race track designs that really shows up at night.  Everything just comes together with Dodges’ new 2018 Durango SRT with its power, comfortable quiet ride and just a joy to drive and to be seen in.

Hands down, this new addition to the Durango family is the complete package.  Now couldn’t be a better time to check it out with Greenville Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM and be prepared for an enjoyable experience.  Don’t dream it…Drive it!

2017 Chrysler 300

If you are in the hunt for a stylish, large and luxurious road cruiser that has a personality that pleases just about everyone, then your search has come to a screeching halt.  The new 2017 Chrysler 300 is on display in your favorite color and styling with the friendly folks at Greenville Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM located at 5401 Interstate Hwy 30 in Greenville, TX or by calling the dealership at 903.454.0283 and is ready for you to take your expectations for a ride.

2017-chrysler-300c-front-three-quarter-01The trustworthy organization Consumer Reports stated recently in their 2017 Annual Auto Issue: “A stately ride, responsive handling and a quiet cabin make the 300 feel like a true luxury car at thousands less then luxury brands charge.”  This Chrysler 300 definitely gives you more “bang for the buck” and is elegant at every angle with its sleek flowing lines, sculpted surfaces along with that bold looking grill in its wide and aggressive stance.

Then for a truly remarkable comfortable feeling, slide into the 300’s wide and smooth leather seats for that enjoyable test drive.  As you look around, you and yours will not only be impressed with the available room, especially for the rear seat passengers, but also with all the luxurious amenities and Chrysler’s unparalleled attention to details.  You will think this is a very pleasant place to be in.

2017-chrysler-300-interior-300cplatinum-image-1440For your enjoyment, Chrysler’s highly rated Uconnect system provides for your communication, entertainment and safety desires. The 300’s large 8.4-inch touch screen is straightforward and easy to learn and reach.  No help from your teenager here.  This is one fine road cruiser that you will be proud to chauffeur your foursome to the golf course with that large trunk for clubs or for driving friends to a concert.  It is a myth that the Chrysler 300 is mainly for the AARP group; just take a look at the driver next time when this sleek sedan cruises by.  You will amazed to see the different ages and gender behind the wheel.

When you pull away from the dealership for that test drive, the real fun starts as the 300 offers a ride as controlled and confident as those who drive it.  You’ll be so pleased with the power and performance and for a large sedan this Chrysler is quick as a cat and no slouch getting from that green light and passing that eighteen wheeler.  What may be under its long handsome hood is the base 3.6-liter V6 that delivers 292 lively horses or you may like the 300S that matches its badge with 300 aggressive horses.  Not done yet, another great choice to test drive if you desire more zip in your trip is the popular 5.7-liter Hemi V8 that sends 360 thoroughbreds that can rocket you quickly forward and sound good doing it.  This V8 shuts off four cylinders when cruising at highway speeds to save fuel.  Chrysler pairs these engines with a smooth shifting eight speed automatic with its unique rotary gear shifter.  For those who want more confidence in their drive-times an All-Wheel-Drive system is available.

All in all, this 300 from Chrysler is a big unapologetic classic American rear wheel drive luxury sedan that just aims to please.  Check out why owners are so satisfied with their 300 and why they say it is as much fun to drive as it is to be seen in.  Go ahead and get acquainted with the Chrysler 300 and be prepared for an enjoyable time with the good folks at Greenville Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM today!  The bet is on that you will leave with a smile, not only because you put that “fun factor” back into your drive-times, but for the great deal you received.

2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Whether you desire to explore what is beyond the beaten path or just drive to work or the mall, the new Jeep Grand Cherokee is at your service.  This so stylish and tough Grand Cherokee is still the flagship model of the legendary off-road brand that has been around since WW11.  The mid-sized SUV combines great overall performance and everyday utility with modern technology, upscale styling and road comfort.

One is waiting for you in your favorite color and style with the friendly folks at Greenville Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM today!

2017-jeep-grand-cherokee-summit-placement-2-626x382Unlike other off-roader’s the Grand Cherokee is just as much at home clawing up the dirt as it is taking your foursome to the golf course. It really is in its element on practically any surface; it delivers a smooth and quiet ride over all kinds of road imperfections.  Owners will tell you that their Grand Cherokee is a joy to drive anywhere.  It really is as much fun to drive as it is to be seen in.  Some will even tell you that they have no intention to take it off the asphalt, but like to talk about it anyway.  You see those Jeeps once in a while without a speck of dirt on them and that is OK.  We do live in America.

When you slide into those wide and comfy seats for that enjoyable test drive from you’ll see that the Jeep Grand Cherokee has a lot of space for five adults and their stuff.  As appealing it is from the exterior, the cabin is equally impressive.  Many car critics and writers rank the interior and its amenities as the best in its class.  The stylish well-appointed interior is just bursting with upscale and premium features.  Your passengers will wonder if this really is a Jeep.

summit-intYou will also appreciate that the Grand Cherokee is equipped with high quality and tech superior systems that relate to entertainment and communication.  Chrysler’s Uconnect 8.4 infotainment setup is rated the best for consumer friendly features by the trustworthy organization Consumer Reports.  Overall, its cabin is just a very pleasant and relaxing place to be.  Now what may be powering you down the road on your test drive is the tried and true standard V6 that produces just about 300 lively horses and is the most powerful base engine in its class.  An eight-speed automatic transmission with smooth seamless shifts comes will all models.  If you want more zip in your trip with more horses in the stable, then drive the awesome V8 that has 360.  If you desire more torque and fuel economy then take a spin in a Grand Cherokee with the diesel V6.  This system will let you tow over 7,000 lbs.  Not done yet, if you really desire more power then get behind the wheel of the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT that can give some of those sport cars out there a run for the money.  This sharp looking SRT has a 6.4-liter V8 that punches out…count them… 475 thoroughbreds.  Standard 4WD keeps this piece of excitement planted to the road.  So what is holding you back?  The Jeep Grand Cherokee has one that fits your style and budget.

Just take the short drive to Greenville Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM and be prepared for an enjoyable time.  The bet is on that you will drive away with a smile, not only because you brought the “fun factor” back into your drive-times, but for the great deal you received.

2016 FIAT 500 Pop Hatchback

There are plenty of fuel-efficient small cars on the market today, but only a few of them clearly stand out from the crowd. A prime example is the 2016 Fiat 500. Fiat brought its cheeky Cincquecento (“500” in Italian) to the United States after acquiring Chrysler to form Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Now in its sixth year on our shores, the Fiat 500 continues to challenge the status quo with its distinctly Italian flair. Offered in hatchback and convertible body styles, numerous trim levels and specifications ranging from economical to downright sporty, the 500 is an endearingly offbeat alternative to the usual subcompact suspects.

The 2016 Fiat 500 brings Italian flair and a slew of trim levels to the small-car market.

Unfortunately, the 2016 500 carries on with some disappointing traits that have been around since the car’s introduction. Taller front occupants in the 500 have to deal with limited headroom if the sunroof is specified, while the rear seats are best suited to small children on short trips. Cargo capacity is also modest, especially in the convertible. Speaking of the convertible, its top greatly restricts rear sight lines when retracted, as it folds into a prominent pile above the backseat. Acceleration in non-turbo models is snooze-inducing, and while we welcome the arrival of a standard 5-inch touchscreen infotainment interface for 2016, the interior is still outfitted with mostly low-quality materials.

If you walk away from your test-drive with similar reservations, know that the Fiat 500 isn’t the only small car with a sense of style. The Mini Cooper and Volkswagen Beetle are direct competitors and they boast stronger powertrains and nicer cabins, although they’re also more expensive. The Ford Fiesta is another well-rounded rival with a couple of interesting turbocharged engine options, while the Honda Fit trumps them all with its incredibly versatile interior. But the 2016 Fiat 500 still manages to cram a lot of fashion and fun into a conveniently small package, and is likely worth checking out as part of your subcompact shopping process.

trim levels & features

The 2016 Fiat 500 is available as either a hatchback or a convertible. The hatchback is offered in six trim levels: Pop, Easy, Sport, Turbo, Lounge and Abarth. The convertible version, called the 500C, comes in Pop, Easy, Lounge and Abarth trims, and it features a three-position power cloth top. An all-electric version, the 500e, is reviewed separately.

Standard features for the base Pop trim include 15-inch steel wheels, heated mirrors, air-conditioning, full power accessories, cruise control, cloth upholstery, a height-adjustable driver seat, 50/50-split folding rear seatbacks, a tilt-only leather-wrapped steering wheel and Fiat/Chrysler’s Uconnect infotainment interface with a 5-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, voice controls and a six-speaker sound system with a CD player, auxiliary audio input and two USB ports (one for mobile device integration, the other for charging). The Pop convertible also comes with rear parking sensors.

The Easy is essentially a version of the Pop with 15-inch alloy wheels, premium cloth upholstery, a 7-inch color driver information display (a stand-alone option on Pop models) and an upgraded six-speaker Alpine audio system.

The Sport hatchback adds 16-inch alloy wheels, sporty exterior styling touches, red-painted brake calipers, foglamps, a sport-tuned suspension and exhaust system, front sport seats and a sport steering wheel.

The Turbo hatchback tacks on a more powerful engine, bigger brakes, gloss black exterior lighting trim, upgraded cloth upholstery and a leather-wrapped shift knob, but reverts to the base audio system found in the Pop.

The Lounge trim forgoes the sporty equipment in favor of more luxurious appointments such as chrome exterior trim, a fixed glass roof, rear parking sensors, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, automatic climate control, heated seats, leather upholstery, the Alpine sound system, satellite radio and a navigation system. The hardtop-only 1957 Edition largely mirrors the Lounge trim level with some retro styling added in, featuring a sport-tuned suspension, specialized wheels, unique paint colors, a white roof and mirror caps, retro emblems and unique interior trim.

At the top of the Fiat 500 food chain is the performance-focused Abarth. It is outfitted similarly to the Turbo trim but distinguishes itself with more power, unique 16-inch wheels, sportier suspension tuning, distinctive exterior and interior styling tweaks and the Alpine stereo. The Abarth convertible also gets an optional windscreen that fits behind the rear seats.

The Easy, Sport, Turbo and Lounge trims offer a few different “Collections” of options. Some equip the lower trims with certain of the higher trims’ standard items (such as navigation, satellite radio, automatic climate control, heated seats, leather upholstery and rear parking sensors), while others contain desirable extras like a sunroof and a six-speaker Beats Audio sound system with a trunk-mounted subwoofer.

For the Abarth, optional bundles are limited to a Comfort and Convenience package (automatic climate control, heated seats and satellite radio) and a Beats Audio package (satellite radio and the Beats Audio sound system). The sunroof, leather upholstery, navigation system and rear parking sensors (hatchback only) are available as stand-alone options.

performance & mpg

Three engines are available for the 2016 Fiat 500, all of which send power to the front wheels via a standard five-speed manual transmission or an optional six-speed automatic.

The Pop, Easy, Sport and Lounge trim levels receive a 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 101 horsepower and 98 pound-feet of torque. In Edmunds performance testing, a Fiat 500 Sport with a manual transmission went from zero to 60 mph in 10.5 seconds, a laggardly time for the class. An automatic-equipped 500C was even slower in our testing, needing a sloth-like 12.4 seconds to get to 60 mph.

The EPA estimates fuel economy at 34 mpg combined (31 city/40 highway) with the manual, but opting for the automatic cuts efficiency to a humdrum 30 mpg combined (27/34).

A six-speed automatic is optional on the 2016 Fiat 500, but it hurts performance, particularly with the base engine.

The Fiat 500 Turbo steps up to a turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine that pumps out 135 hp and 150 lb-ft of torque. At Edmunds’ test track, a manual-transmission Turbo posted a 0-60 time of 8.1 seconds, dramatically better than the base engine and a quick time for this segment. Fuel economy is estimated at 30 mpg combined (28 city/34 highway) with the manual and 27 mpg combined (24/32) with the automatic.

The Abarth model’s upgraded 1.4-liter turbocharged engine makes 160 hp and 170 lb-ft of torque with the manual transmission. With the six-speed automatic, those output figures change slightly to 157 hp and 183 lb-ft of torque. In Edmunds testing, a manual Abarth coupe sprinted to 60 mph in 7.1 seconds, while an automatic Abarth convertible did it in 7.5 seconds. Those are respectable times, but a Mini Cooper S is still about a second quicker. Fuel economy estimates for the Abarth are identical to those for the 500 Turbo.

safety

Standard safety features for all 2016 Fiat 500 models include stability and traction control, antilock disc brakes, hill start assist, a driver knee airbag, front side airbags, side curtain airbags and active front head restraints.

In Edmunds brake testing, a 500 Sport came to a stop from 60 mph in an impressively short 115 feet, while a 500C Lounge needed 124 feet. Disappointingly, a 500 Turbo hatchback took 125 feet despite its upgraded brakes, and an Abarth hatchback needed 123 feet despite its ostensibly stickier summer tires.

In government crash tests, the Fiat 500 hardtop received four out of five stars for overall crash protection, with four stars for total frontal impact protection and five stars for total side impact protection. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has awarded the 500 hardtop its top rating of “Good” in the moderate-overlap frontal-offset, side-impact and roof-strength tests. In the small-overlap frontal-offset test, however, the Fiat earned the lowest score of “Poor.” The 500’s seat and head restraint design was rated “Good” for whiplash protection in rear impacts. The 500C (convertible) hasn’t been rated by federal regulators or the IIHS.

interior

The 500’s small, dim gauge cluster used to be an issue, but it was recently replaced by a bright digital display with large fonts and more easily deciphered menu logic (this is an option on the Pop trim, which retains the old gauge cluster as standard equipment). The center console was also revised, adding better cupholders and an easily accessed USB port. For 2016, the changes continue with a newly standard “Uconnect” infotainment system that features a small but readable 5-inch touchscreen with available navigation. The 500’s control layout is still a bit of a mishmash, including the odd controls for the standard (non-automatic) climate system, but there’s no doubt that this is the most user-friendly iteration yet.

Despite the zippy appearance and colors throughout the cabin, the quality of most materials is subpar. At least there’s ample room in the front seats for taller occupants, though be advised that the tilt-only steering wheel can make finding a comfortable driving position a challenge, and the optional sunroof noticeably reduces headroom. The rear seats for any 500 are pretty much what you’d expect: torture for those older than preschool age, with basically nonexistent headroom in the hatchback due to the sloping rear glass.

Front seats are comfortable and there’s plenty of room even for tall folks as long as you skip the sunroof option.

With the rear seatbacks up, the hatchback presents a reasonable 9.5 cubic feet of luggage space. Drop the seatbacks and you open up a total of 30.2 cubic feet. That’s not bad for such a small car, but the Mini Cooper hatchback gives you more (38 cubes), and four-door hatchbacks like the Sonic and Fit are even roomier. Cargo capacity for the 500C isn’t nearly as generous, as there are just 5.4 cubic feet available behind the rear seats and 23.4 cubic feet with the rear seatbacks folded down. Moreover, the convertible’s folding canvas top stacks accordion-like on the rear deck when retracted, all but blocking your view directly behind.

driving

The base engine’s acceleration is undeniably lackluster. The manual shifter is pleasant to operate and the clutch action is light and linear, so shifting gears isn’t a chore, but the reality is that this engine makes the 500 one of the slowest cars on the market. It’s unfortunate that the 500 Turbo’s engine is not more widely available, as it transforms the car into a fully competitive performer, while the Abarth model’s upgraded engine is naturally even more engaging.

The 500’s ride quality is pretty comfortable whether you’re driving over rutted city streets or cruising on the highway. The firmer suspension tuning of the 500 Sport, Turbo and Abarth models improves handling response without much of a comfort penalty; if you enjoy a spirited drive, these trims are certainly worth considering. Any 500 is good fun on a quick errand, thanks to the car’s diminutive dimensions and inherently nimble feel, though enthusiasts won’t like the somewhat top-heavy feel and significant body roll at the limit. Steering is accurate but lacks feedback, and the Abarth’s large 37.6-foot turning circle is regrettably like that of an SUV, eclipsing the other 500 models by a whopping 7 feet.

2017 Chrysler 300

It is not often when the trustworthy organization Consumer Reports gives a vehicle the highest rating in Customer Satisfaction.  Well, they did it this year with the new Chrysler 300.  This handsome road cruiser is on display in your favorite color and style with the friendly folks at Greenville Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM!

Anyway, that top score means that 80% or more owners would own or lease a Chrysler 300 again. Isn’t that the bottom line in owning a car?  Who wants to stay behind the wheel of an average or ho-hum car?  Another point is that this 300 isn’t just for AARP drivers; just take a look at the next 300 you see cruising by and the bet is on you will see smiling faces belonging to many different age groups.

One of the biggest reasons is this luxurious road cruiser has a personality that pleases just about everybody.  You and yours will experience this Chrysler 300 sensation when you slide into those comfy and wide seats for that very enjoyable test drive.  Lots of head and leg room in its luxurious cavernous interior and you will appreciate all the many driver and passenger oriented amenities.

For your enjoyment Chrysler’s highly rated Uconnect system provides controls and info for excellent communication and entertainment desires.  Its sharp large 8.4 inch touch screen is straightforward and easy to reach and learn; no help from your teenager here.  But, it still is a Chrysler with its old school cool in its wide and assertive stance and bold styling.

The handsome 300 is a true classic automotive American with fantastic comfort and the feelings of a solid, secure and safe luxury liner at all speeds. It strikes a balance between luxury and versatility.  On that test drive you will appreciate what is pushing this large five seater down the road with its quiet and comfortable ride.  Under the hood is the choice of aggressive power plants that provide quick and muscular energy.  For a large sedan, this 300 is quick as a cat even with the base engine that delivers 292 horses with the tried and true 3.6-liter V6.  The Chrysler 300S brings more horses with its 300 lively thoroughbreds.  Your other choice available is the popular 5.7 liter Hemi V8 that releases 360 pavement beating horses that will rocket you forward and sound great doing it.  This V8 shuts off four cylinders when cruising at highway speeds for good fuel economy.  Chrysler pairs these engines with a smooth eight speed automatic and its unique rotary gear shifter.

This gorgeous and powerful sedan will keep you ahead of traffic.  So if you are searching for a true luxurious large American rear wheel drive vehicle, you really need to get into a new Chrysler 300’s comfy seat and take it for a spin.  Find yours online at http://www.greenvillechrysler.com today! Why not put that “fun factor” back into your drive times?  You deserve it!