Chrysler 300 won 2018 Edmunds’ Most Wanted award


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The Chrysler 300 has proudly won the Most Wanted award from Edmunds in the Large Car segment.

According to the latest car news, this recognition is based on Edmunds’ data of shopper interest, days-to-turn, and sales of the car in the first 9 months of this year.

In detail, for each segment in a total of 17, Edmunds singled out a model that had the lowest average days-to-turn, the highest sales number and the highest levels of shopper interest in that period. And the winners in every segment will be determined by their rankings for each data equally weighted.

2018 Chrysler 300C Interior & Test Drive Sound

Ms. Jessica Caldwell, Edmunds’ Executive Director of Industry Analysis said that the Chrysler 300 is outstanding in its segment with a uniquely “muscular” and aggressive body, making it become one of the most favorite large cars on the U.S. market.

Angular front of a red Chrysler 300

Chrysler 300 is outstanding in its segment with a uniquely “muscular” and aggressive body

As the brand promised, the Chrysler 300 2018’s lineup comes with a graceful and iconic design, offers world-class quality, efficiency and performance, at an affordable price. Additionally, the 300 lineup exceeds car lovers’ expectation with class-exclusive innovations and state-of-the-art technologies including an award-winning interface, upgraded features and an Uconnect 4 with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

The Chrysler is powered by an award-winning Pentastar 3.6-L V-6 engine which guzzles 13 km/L in fuel consumption on the highway, works in a conjunction with a standard TorqueFlite 8-speed gearbox.

The 3.6-L Pentastar V-6 engine of the Chrysler 300

The Chrysler is powered by an award-winning 3.6-L Pentastar V-6 engine

Meanwhile, the 300s, Limited, Touring L and Touring are armed with the best-in-class all-wheel-drive system which is capable of adjusting the cars whether it is at high or low speed to provide optimal control and traction to fit with terrain’s surface, driving style and conditions.

Especially, the 300S and the 300C run with the most powerful engine in the class named the 5.7-L HEMI® V-8 engine which can dole out 363 hp.

No doubt, with an impressive design, delicate interior, and numerous advanced features, the Chrysler is worthy of being the most wanted car in the next year and even more.

Angular front of a Chrysler 300

The Chrysler is worthy of being the winner of Edmund's most wanted award

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