A big price jump is in the offing for the young Chrysler 300C which is expected to hit the showrooms this month with reloaded value for one’s finance.
A purchase or lease of the new 300C is a guarantee to the buyer of more and more value than what the former models could offer.
The leading model which antedates the new version was only priced at £30,000 whereas a car operator would have to part with at least £35,995 to ride away in this Chrysler.
Apparently production of the previous model was broken off in 2010 and the new editions introduced to adequately return value for the purchases.
With the new generation Chrysler 300C, the top spec model goes for about £39,995 which is a little more expensive than the outgoing versions but promises more value.
Nigel Land, Chrysler’s Brand Director in the UK commented on the new edition for remaining passably affordable in the entire E segment despite the little jump in price.
The 300C has been hailed in the automobile industry for its luxurious and executive appeal that it boasts contrary to any other rival car in the industry.
Other features that an individual stands to savor include the automatic headlights, keyless entry, SmartBeam systems and daytime running lights among many others.
To abridge the dazzle that the driver may face while on the road, Chrysler’s side mirror automatically darkens to counter the reflections.
Car drivers would also have an easy time on the wheel thanks to the side mirrors that automatically lower the moment you engage the reverse gear.
The new Chrysler 300C also comes with an infotainment system that many car drivers in the UK would deem important when purchasing or leasing this vehicle.
The new car would be available in two forms; the Limited and Executive model both running on a new 3.0-litre V6 turbo diesel engine.
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Andrew has been in the motor trade for over 20 years. What he enjoys most about his job is the team spirit and the dedication of his work colleagues. He also appreciates the teams input in the improvement of the company.
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