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Reviewed Aug. 15, 2023
My jeep motor seized, it took Chrysler 5.5 months to get me a new motor that had 100,000 mile warranty. I was very patient and understanding. However; because of a manufacturer defect, a faulty valve seal, the motor failed after 9000 miles. 2.5 months and $2,000 worth of rentals to get back and forth to work later, they ever so eloquently explained to me that "it's company policy to not cover rental reimbursement for their shotty workmanship." You pay good money, they screw up the job, and they don't even have your case worker call you to tell you that you are screwed, they pan it off onto subordinates who either hang up on you or flat out lie to you.
In the end; they build your hopes up by telling you it's reasonable and let you believe that they will cover the costs of their ineptitude, only to leave you hanging because they don't reach out to you in a timely manner or even discuss options. In my day a company took their customers complaints seriously because they are the heart of their business. Chrysler on the other hand seems to think that their customers are expendable and unworthy of respect, and refuse to negotiate, because their policy is final and it's their way or the highway. I for one will never buy another chrysler vehicle and it saddens me to think that an American company like this has reached a point where they don't care about their customers anymore.
Reviewed July 11, 2022
From 5000 miles, my renegade has been burning nearly ALL The oil before the next “needed” oil change. I was told that it needed a change at every 5,000 miles. I have had this engine stall several times due to burning too much oil, not to mention the electrical issues when this happens. I had to get a lawyer involved after 2 years of fighting them alone because Chrysler didn’t want to acknowledge an engine failure. Now they want me to perform a third oil consumption test. I have a feeling that this engine will blow before they approve the engine replacement and it’s only at 53,000 miles! Something has to be done before their vehicles start causing fatalities! I know I’m not the only one. This is ridiculous! I will never purchase another Chrysler product again!!
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Reviewed Feb. 9, 2020
I bought a 2010 Chrysler 300 touring with 150,000 miles on it, with one previous owner who kept up all maintenance. I had the car 2 days and the battery light came on. I took it to Advanced Auto, purchases a new battery for 179.99 then the check engine light came on. I took it to my mechanic and had him hook the computer up to it. Now the car needs a new alternator.... so I had a alternator put in it. I drove it the next day and everything seemed fine. Later on that day on my way home from work the check engine light came on. The car made it home. The next morning I go to crank the car and all the lights come on but it wouldn't turn over so I have my mechanic come look at it again. Now it needs a new starter which is $300 plus labor and 2 new sensors that are 100 a piece and all this has happened in one week. Also every time I turn left something pops in the tire. I think it may be a tie rod, and every time I mash the brakes the whole car vibrates.
I wished I would have listened to my dad who told me not to make a mistake buying a Chrysler. This car is by far the worst car I've ever owned and also everything is very expensive to fix on it. Tires are $900 and up. Oil changes are $80. Parts are never under $100 and it's like you get one thing fixed another breaks. I really wished I would have read reviews and done more research before purchasing a lot of other people have left horrible reviews. If you want a reliable car that won't leave you stranded don't get a chrysler 300.
Reviewed Dec. 15, 2019
Well, This car was not my first choice, but the dealer offered me a very good deal. Since then, I have found this car to be one of the best and most reliable vehicles that I have ever had, and the service was commendable. I've had the car for seven year, it has 100000 miles on it, and it is as good as the day I bought it. I've been tempted to buy a Porsche, Macan, but I'm reluctant to give up my 300.
Reviewed Dec. 14, 2019
Pricey but the 300C John Varvatos edition is an amazing car. Love the Hemi and it comes with literally every option available right down to heated and cooled cup holders. All the safety tech ones too... Blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control etc. Just awesome.
Reviewed Dec. 1, 2019
I've had this car over 2 years and am still in love with it. It got me out of a Cadillac. I've owned 3 in the last 5 years. I would recommend anyone buy one. The ride is comfortable and the gas mileage is awesome.
Reviewed Nov. 30, 2019
The reason I bought my Chrysler 300C, first of all I traded my 05 Chrysler 300C in for the tech safety features, my 05 was primitive compared to the new one I loved the size of the same model, rear wheel drive, powerful V8 engine, the handling, plus there was a rumor of Chrysler ending the production, which got me a great deal. It truly is a luxury sports automobile, not to mention the great friendly service I've experienced from my dealer.
Reviewed Nov. 22, 2019
This is my first Chrysler 300 bought in 2006, a 2007 model, as soon it was delivered at the dealer. The dealer did all the maintenance while in warranty. Once the warranty expired, I did the maintenance myself. As a certified aircraft mechanic (A&P), I take maintenance to the next level with precision, accuracy and perfection- no room for errors or even guessing. Other than regular maintenance, I never had issues at all. The original battery lasted 8 years. The reason the battery lasted so long is because where it is located, away from the heat of the engine, in the trunk. When I replaced the timing chain at 100,000, it still was like new, the same was for the front brakes. The car has now 157,000 miles and is in excellent conditions. I only use OEM parts and synthetic oil. Fuel consumption: city19-22 mpg and highway 23-25. The Chrysler 300 look has not change much through the years and mine looks great.
Reviewed Aug. 6, 2019
I have owned many large new American cars since the 1960's. This 2016 Limited base model, beats them all. It is quiet, COMFORTABLE, GOOD RIDING, EASY TO GET IN AND OUT OF, AND VERY SHARP LOOKING! The standard V6 292 HP engine has to be the fastest V6 I ever owned. In fact, it is faster than most of the V8's I owned years ago. It gets great gas mileage on regular gas. You really need to test drive one for at least an hour or so, just to feel the power and comfort. I am 67 years old, and still work on my own car. The oil is easy to change, filter is right on top of the engine. Other filters are all easy to replace.
Don't listen to all these experts on these websites. I always listen to actual consumers, who own and drive a car before I purchase one. In fact, before I bought this one in 2016, I would ask people in parking lots of stores, how they liked the Chrysler 300. All of the people said they loved it. This is how you determine if a product is good. Most of these so called experts just test drive them. They don't keep them for weeks. So, if you interested in a great Auto that won't break the bank and keep you enjoying the road, then this car is for you!!!
Reviewed Jan. 29, 2019
My car is a 2017 Chrysler 300s Ceramic gray clearcoat coat. I purchase the car with 20k miles and they had a temporary coating that make it look decent for a week then gone. I need to find proof that this should not already be happening within a month. I haven't washed it yet because I need no accusations and I want them to cover it? What could I get as a written estimate or I'm sorry diagnosis to prove that my paint should not be in its current condition - thin paint, no protection and is going to get worse.
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