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300 Limited Vs. 300S

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Old 03-27-2013, 02:26 AM
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Hi, I'm currently looking to purchase a pre-owned Chrysler 300. I have two options. One is s 300 Limited with 25,000 miles and priced at $24,000 and the other is a 300S with 14,000 miles and priced at $23,000. Both cars are 2012. What are the differences between the two? Please shed some light on the situation for me. I look forward to being a Chrysler owner and a part of this community. Any responses will be highly appreciated. Thank you.
 
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Old 03-27-2013, 07:07 AM
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The 300S should be a more fully-optioned model than the 300 Limited, but just based on mileage (assuming the overall condition is othewise comparable), the price of the 300S is a hands down winner.
 
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Thanks. That's what I'm leaning towards as well. The 300S has a sun roof, navigation, better looking wheels, and I believe it's steptronic. I been seeing other 300 Limited ones though. Lower miles and ranging from $21,000-$23,000. I'm going to go and see the car today. Hopefully the condition is good. It looks fine in the pictures.
 
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Old 04-23-2013, 08:20 PM
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Unless the Limited has the luxury option like mine and sell then mine has more options than the 300s that I also test drove.
 
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Take a look at Cargurus.com. This is the best place I have found for price/comparison/location I have found.
 
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My 300 limited v6 is rated at 292 HP. I notice the 2013, with 8 speed transmission is rated at 300. How did they tweak the other 8 HP? By the way, I keep thinking of a newer 300, then drive my 2011 and the fantasy vanishes.
 
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Noonrock must have a HEMI I miss my HEMI in my truck but this thing is more than the 292 they say I bet it is well over 300 HP and I also believe it is posi because I shut the traction control of on a early morning damp cement road and well I was pleasantly surprised with a more than good burnout both wheels, how I know this is 2 black strips and the car was fishtailing. So I don't need a HEMI anymore. I would like to get this on a dyno but not worth the cost.
I tested the S and C and the S had 3.6 and C had HEMI limited was in the showroom and they must have color sanded it or something because never seen a paint job out of the factory like this. Big car has such a small trunk. Had to put hitch and rack on back for my wheel chair.
Personally I think the 300 looks nicer with the Alloy wheels, the S with dark wheels looks great on the 200 my kid bought one nice look but wrong look for the 300 when you see them next to each other.
 
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