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Chrysler 300 SRT Core Satin Vapour special edition launches from $60,000

The special edition Chrysler 300 SRT Core Satin Vapour has joined the American brand’s muscle car line-up in Australia. Limited to 130 units, the Satin Vapour is based on the stripped-out 300 SRT Core variant and, at $60,000 before on-road costs, is positioned midway between the base Core ($56,000) and the fully equipped 300 SRT8 ($66,000)...

Chrysler 300: next-generation model may lose gangster look

The Chrysler 300 has always looked like one of the toughest kids on the block, but as emissions regulations continue to tighten, the bluff-faced large sedan may lose its trademark style. Speaking with CarAdvice at the recent 2014 Los Angeles auto show, Chrysler head of design, Ralph Gilles, said the current model is already quite efficient – but he didn’t deny there could be changes in the pipeline for the styling of the brand's most iconic model...

2015 Chrysler 300 SRT confirmed for Australia, but not for America

The high-powered 6.4-litre V8 Chrysler 300 SRT will be sold in Australia, but it won't make it to showrooms in America. Chrysler brand president and CEO, Al Gardner, told CarAdvice at the 2014 Los Angeles auto show that the brand is in a strong position given that its US rivals won't have rear-drive large sedans to fall back on in the coming years, as Chevrolet will lose the Australian-made SS (based on the Holden Commodore) when the Australian maker shuts its doors in 2017...

2015 Chrysler 300 revealed: Large sedan facelifted

The updated 2015 Chrysler 300 has been revealed at the 2014 Los Angeles auto show. The first facelift for this generation of the US-made large sedan that went on sale in 2012 introduces a range of changes, the most dramatic being the front-end styling which adopts a smoother look, new grille with broad winged Chrysler badge and bumper finish and lower air intake, as well as new LED lights...

Chrysler 300S: new sporty-looking variant from $47,500

A Chrysler 300S has been added to the US large car’s line-up, bringing a sportier-looking variant available for less than $50,000. The S version of the Chrysler 300 costs from $47,500, placing it between the $43,000 entry-level 300 Limited and high-performance SRT8 that starts from $56,000...

Chrysler 300 SRT8 'CarAdvice' racer at Targa Adelaide: Video

CarAdvice contested the 2013 Targa Adelaide in a Chrysler 300 SRT8. Watch as our man Alborz Fallah goes flat-out in some tricky conditions on some tricky roads in the powerful, rear-wheel-drive American muscle car.

Chrysler 300 SRT8 Core launches at Targa Adelaide

Chrysler Australia has come out with an interesting way of showcasing the Chrysler 300 SRT8 Core edition, by giving CarAdvice a car to 'race' in Targa Adelaide. Our $56,000 Chrysler 300 SRT8 Core is wrapped in CarAdvice livery and is essentially the same specification as one you can buy from Chrysler showrooms...

Chrysler 300 SRT Core: stripped-out muscle car delivers 347kW for $56K

The stripped-out Chrysler 300 SRT8 Core has been unleashed, offering all the performance of the flagship SRT8 at a significantly lower price. Developed specifically for the Australian market, the $56,000 Chrysler 300 SRT8 Core is $10K cheaper than the SRT8 on which it’s based. Despite the lower pricing, the 300 SRT8 Core delivers the full 347kW of power and 631Nm of torque from its 6...

2012 Chrysler 300 SRT8 details speculated

A range of reports to come out of the US recently, particularly worldcarfans.com, have captured a test mule of the 2012 Chrysler 300C SRT8 out on public streets. The details viewed in the images give clues as to what sort of specifications the range-topping 300C SRT8 will include...

Chrysler 300 Sneak Peek

A new Chrysler 300 is getting ready to become the first of many new or updated models for the brand in the next 48 months. Sketches of the 300 were previewed last year, but now we have a sneak peak of what the grill and headlights look like. Chrysler claim the 300 is up to 19 percent more fuel efficient compared to the current model, the engine choice will be either Chrysler's Pentastar V6 or the Hemi V8 with cylinder deactivation...