Chrysler’s inadvertently crafted a self-driving car or truck prior to any individual else. This year’s 2021 Chrysler 300 has bones that date back 16 model several years, which indicates the entire-size sedan can implement for its have driver’s license in most states.

We have now been handed a be aware from our legal department to say: No, the 2021 Chrysler 300 cannot travel itself—only that it is one of the “oldest” new vehicles on sale nowadays. Hashtag, funcrushers.

It earns a five.five TCC Rating many thanks to its comfy interior and great looks. (Browse much more about how we price vehicles.)

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This calendar year, Chrysler pared its 300 lineup back to just a few trim amounts: Touring, Touring L, and 300S. Best trims are long gone, but what is remaining is largely great.

That’s thanks to a condition that is superior with age. In contrast to khaki-coloured cargos, the 300’s delicate looks have endured considering that the mid-2000s. The cabin punches up with rounded corners and uptown materials.

Most 300s are powered by a knowledgeable 292-horsepower V-six mated to an eight-velocity automated and rear- or all-wheel travel. A V-eight is offered and probable one of the last of its variety. A talented eight-velocity automated handles shifting responsibilities in all of the earlier mentioned but will not keep it gas-productive among the newer, hybrid entire-sizers like the Toyota Avalon.

The 300 is tuned for ease and well mannered road manners. It is a soft cruiser, not a corner bruiser—we’re fine with that.

Inside the 300, the entrance seats are palatial, and the back seats are…fine. The 300 delivers interior storage and trunk house like a champ, but the rear seats are pretty JV despite great leg space.

Basic safety scores have handed by the 300, but active safety features are offered for a rate.

The foundation 300 Touring receives largely great equipment which includes an eight.4-inch touchscreen and smartphone program. Move up to the Touring L or 300S and Chrysler delivers active safety features, leather seats, wheels up to 20 inches throughout, and a softer or more challenging suspension—but continue to a pedestrian warranty, if you are into that.