Three Days in a 2015 Chrysler 300S
You ever heard someone say, “It’s been a long week”? Well, my time with the 2015 Chrysler 300S was the exact opposite of that. I normally get seven days to test a media vehicle, but I had to cram all of my learning about the full-sizer into three.
Last week, I went to a (sort of) birthday party in downtown Austin, Texas. I didn’t bring any food or a gift, though. Chrysler fed me. It also gave me a big present: a few hours in its 2015 300, a nameplate that turned 60 this year. Read about my time with the new car after the jump.
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