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2014 Chrysler 300 SRT

Starting at $46,925

8/10 C/D RATING
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Land vehicle, Vehicle, Car, Motor vehicle, Luxury vehicle, Mid-size car, Chrysler 300, Full-size car, Grille, Executive car,
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By Drew Dorian

Overview

The 300 SRT follows an old-school recipe: SRT stuffed a big Hemi engine into a Chrysler 300 sedan—specifically a 470-hp, 6.4-liter version—and added a lot of other goodies as well, including three-mode adaptive-damping suspension. The Hemi rocks, we like the quick steering, and admire the relaxed-yet-confident ride. Overall, it’s a lot like a Cadillac CTS-V, but for about 15 grand less. For even thriftier shoppers, there’s a 300 SRT Core with cloth seats and without the adjustable suspension.

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