The Chrysler 300 is a throwback to the land yachts of the early 1970s, and as such, it's not a very practical car in any of its iterations. The 300 C offers a nice blend of speed and luxury, which makes the 300 SRT a bit of an odd bird, as it sacrifices comfort for pure, balls-to-the-wall, badassery.
Remember when Buicks, especially large front-drive Buick sedans, were derided as old man's cars? Something you'd get right after the AARP card arrived in the mail, and right before you bought your first pair of Sansabelt slacks? A car with a large backseat for hauling not your kids, but your grandkids?
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is on a roll. Since Chrysler and Fiat secured their merger, they've put together a good deal of European-bred technology that will make its way to the United States. There are whole cars, like the ProMaster van series (derived from Fiat's vans) and the Alfa Romeo 4C. There are also some new powerplants headed our way, one of which is already here - the Italian-designed EcoDiesel V-6.
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