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Exclusive features found on the Chrysler 300C Executive Series interior
include either Mochachino or Black Poltrona Frau "Foligno" leather-wrapped
instrument panel, cluster brow, center console side panels and upper front- and
rear-door panels. Premium Nappa leather covers the door armrest, bolster and
center console armrest. Two-tone Mochachino or Black seats are wrapped
exclusively in supple Nappa leather and include 12-way power-adjustable driver
and front-passenger seats (including four-way power lumbar) with two-mode
ventilation and two-mode heated seats for both front and rear passengers.
Specially selected Natural Pore Mocha or Pore Gray real wood trim is finished in
a low-gloss to enhance the beauty of the wood.
On the exterior, the Chrysler luxury flagship replaces chromed fascia, mirror
and door handle accents with a unique platinum chrome finish for an even more
upscale look. Topping off the unique exterior is a platinum-chrome finished
grille surround with platinum-chrome mesh grille for a truly distinctive
appearance (late availability).
Premium interior amenities within the Chrysler 300C Executive Series model
include the state-of-the-art Uconnect Touch 8.4N with Garmin navigation, SIRIUS
Traffic and SIRIUS Travel Link, 160-mph LED-illuminated instrument cluster with
driver-selectable color EVIC, heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel, power
tilt and telescoping steering column with memory, power-adjustable pedals with
memory, power backlight sunshade, premium 18-ounce Berber floor mats with Nubuck
trim, satin chrome lower door sills with "Chrysler" logo, dual heated/cooled cup
holders, ambient lit foot well lighting, LED illuminated interior door handles
and front and rear map pockets, premium carpeted trunk mat, HomeLink universal
transceiver and power-folding chromed exterior mirrors with memory, auto-dimming
and auto-tilt in Reverse.
Available in rear-wheel drive or with the segment's most advanced AWD system,
the 2012 Chrysler 300C Executive Series models have arrived at Chrysler
dealerships in the fall of 2011.
The new Chrysler 300 was named a Top Safety Picks by the Insurance Institute for
Highway Safety (IIHS), achieved their highest rating.
IIHS recognizes vehicles with outstanding crashworthiness in front, side,
rollover and rear crashes. The new Chrysler flagship received 'good' ratings,
the highest achievable, in all four categories.
To be considered, vehicles must have available electronic stability control
(ESC) systems that significantly reduce crash risks. Chrysler 300 has standard
ESC. Other standard safety features including full-length side curtain airbags,
seat-mounted side thorax air bags, driver's knee bag, front-row reactive head
restraints, Hill-start Assist, Rain Brake Support and Ready Alert Braking.