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Old 07-17-2011, 04:13 PM
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Hi guys,

I want to buy next Chrysler 300c but i don't know if it's a good car to buy or not as it's my first Chrysler.. .

Here's the car:

Chrysler 300C 3.0 Turbo CRD V6 Plus Aut. - Te koop | 2dehands.be

Has the 300c models "weak points" like almost every other car brand has.. .

Please i need some advice of people that already used this car.

Thank you,
 
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Old 07-18-2011, 08:57 AM
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Wassup.
The 300C is definitely an awsome car.
The ONLY problem I can think of that seems to be common are issues with the tie rods.

However, it appears you are looking at the V6 Turbo edition which I believe is just called a 300
a 300C would have a HEMI (5.7L or 6.1L)
 

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Originally Posted by blacknight View Post
Wassup.
The 300C is definitely an awsome car.
The ONLY problem I can think of that seems to be common are issues with the tie rods.

However, it appears you are looking at the V6 Turbo edition which I believe is just called a 300
a 300C would have a HEMI (5.7L or 6.1L)
Only problem is the tie rods??Damn man i think that is something expensive **** here in Europe.. .

Btw:no it's not a 5.7 or 6.1.. it's a 3.0!I live in Belgium man and it's not like in the US with all the big engines.. it's too expensive here and not needed..
 
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Only problem is the tie rods??Damn man i think that is something expensive **** here in Europe.. .

Btw:no it's not a 5.7 or 6.1.. it's a 3.0!I live in Belgium man and it's not like in the US with all the big engines.. it's too expensive here and not needed..

An estimated guess would be about $300 (USD)
that would include both L/R tie rods, labor & alignment.
I've heard of Some people doing them every 40,000 miles or so as a preventive maintainence
Last time I have mine done (2 months ago) it was under warranty
 
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Originally Posted by blacknight View Post
An estimated guess would be about $300 (USD)
that would include both L/R tie rods, labor & alignment.
I've heard of Some people doing them every 40,000 miles or so as a preventive maintainence
Last time I have mine done (2 months ago) it was under warranty
Ok man but what is your oppinion about the car i want to buy!?

Look at it and it's specifications and let me know if i would buy it or not.. .

I'm afraid man.. it's a lot of money though!?
 
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Well, I've had mine since 9/2010 and I absolutely love it
The power it offers is amazing & I have AWD
A turbo model can be amazing as well with mods.
Especially if you upgrade the turbo, intercooler and some tune.

What you can do is is check out 300cforums.com
That site seems to be pretty helpful

Not to say this one isnt....LOL
 
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