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The Chrysler 300 meets its end after the 2023 model year. That’s not a surprise to many fans and critics; the 300 has been in continuous production on the LX and LD platforms for the better part of two decades. However, the Chrysler model’s lengthy tenure means plenty of cool used 300s up for grabs. Check out four of the sedan models worth your attention. 

The Chrysler 300 might be dead, but there are plenty of used models worth a look

A used, red 2015 Chrysler 300 AWD kicks up snow.
2015 Chrysler 300 AWD | Stellantis

From posh all-wheel drive (AWD) trims to throaty V8-powered sleeper sedans, the Chrysler 300 has more to offer than a tired exterior aesthetic. These four models might be your ticket to a memorable machine. 

  • 300 SRT8
  • 300C Executive Series
  • 300S (V8)
  • 300S AWD

The Dodge Charger was an unapologetic muscle sedan sibling to the Chrysler 300. However, the late-model LD-platform 300 SRT8s shared the Charger’s 6.4L V8. The result? A 470-horsepower sleeper sedan with the muscle and composure to hit 60 mph in less than 5.0 seconds. 

Car and Driver went as far as to say the SRT8, and its adaptive-damping suspension, is “a lot like a Cadillac CTS-V, but for about 15 grand less.” That’s high praise, and the same rings true today. A 2014 model with average mileage has a fair value of around $24,615.

Beyond the SRT, the 300C Executive Series channels European luxe in a familiar face. Posh materials like Foligno leather and hand-sanded wood paneling replace some of the 300’s more pedestrian interior features. 

More recently, the 300S topped the sedan model’s lineup. However, the 300S offered two options that add practicality or pantomime. On the side of practicality, the LD platform 300S had optional AWD for added grip in inclement weather. However, for those with a heavy right foot and a penchant for the theatrical, a 300S could conceal a 363-horsepower 5.7L HEMI V8.

Of course, this list isn’t exhaustive. For instance, Stellantis and the classic American brand released a limited-edition 300C to bookend the sedan’s production. That model, complete with a 485-horsepower 6.4L HEMI V8, is extremely collectible. 

However, with just 2,000 units on the road, most fans will never see one. In fact, a cursory check of Chrysler’s page for reservations reveals the words “All reservations are currently full.” That’s a diplomatic way of summing up a buying frenzy that sold every 300C reserved in 12 hours. 

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