Tag: Chrysler 300

Question of the Week: Are you sad to see the Chrysler 300 SRT go away?

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The 2015 Chrysler 300 has been introduced at the 2014 LA Auto Show with a lightly refreshed exterior, a more luxurious interior and a new top of the line package, but the high performance Street and Racing Technology trimline has been removed altogether. While some had hoped that the 707hp Hellcat Hemi would help make […] More »

  Comments | By - November 20, 2014

Question of the Week: What is the best Mopar vehicle?

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Since 2010, the Mopar aftermarket division has been offering customized and limited edition Chrysler Group products that offer a unique look and improved performance over the non-Moparized versions of the same vehicle.  In 2010, the Mopar 10 Dodge Challenger was the first Mopar branded vehicle ever followed by the Mopar 11 Dodge Charger and the […] More »

  Comments | By - November 4, 2013

Is the Dodge Challenger headed for Europe as a Lancia?

There are rumors floating around the virtual watercoolers that the Lancia Thema – which is a rebadged version of the Chrysler 300 for the Italian market – could soon be offered as a coupe.  The Chrysler 300 is kind of already marketed as a coupe in the US and we all know it as the […] More »

  Comments | By - June 22, 2012

Cool Million: Obama’s 300 is Up for Auction

by John CoyleDodge Forum Yup, it’s got a Hemi. Obama ditched this ride for a hybrid back when he decided to run for President. And while it might be cool to have the Commander in Chief’s old wheels, and I know that he’s popular all over the world, I seriously think that the woman handling […] More »

  Comments | By - January 27, 2012

Could SRT Introduce a Supercharged Upgrade Package?

by Patrick Rall When the Chrysler Group introduced the newly formed SRT brand, they became the first company to offer a cross-brand group focusing strictly on performance, but if some new rumors prove to be true – the Street and Racing Technology brand could become the most powerful brand in the American market. 

  Comments | By - August 12, 2011

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