Chrysler was once one of the big-three carmakers alongside Holden and Ford in the local market with production facilities in South Australia, but it is now an importer selling a small range of models under the Fiat Chrysler Australia banner. The distinctively styled full-sized 300 sedan is available in three V6 versions, the 300 Limited, 300C and 300C Luxury, and the power-packed 300 SRT with its massive Hemi V8 engine.
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