New Chrysler 300 Luxury Series - A ridiculous amount of car for the money says Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal writer Dan Neil declared that the Chrysler 300's new Luxury Series model is "a ridiculous amount of car for the money."

Titled, "Chrysler's Global Melange Yields True Luxury," Neil's review said "Chrysler might as well have called the Luxury Series the Content Provider." Among the car's list of 
features are front heated/ventilated seats and rear heated seats, heated wood-andleather steering wheel, heated/cooled cup holders, 20-inch polished alloy wheels, LED interior lighting and "a huge power sunroof borrowed from Cowboys Stadium," the Wall Street Journal said.

If you absolutely throw the book at it, "ordering the 300 Luxury Series with all-wheel drive, the Dr. Dre mega-audio system and the optional safety package, you still can't break $50,000," he wrote. The  Journal said the redesigned 300 "dials back the goth froth in favor of a more practical, mature and aerodynamic design."

Yet the car retains "its from-a-mile-away profile: the big and bluff hood, the blingtastic grille, the pillbox roof, the chopped deck," his Wall Street Journal piece said. The car's front and rear multilink suspension have been revised "to provide better cornering, body control and, most important, isolation," Neil wrote. 

The result, Neil said, "is a deeply serene, seriously stable luxury car, with good sporting 
reflexes on country roads and excellent interstate manners.
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