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Appearance Package
The Chrysler 300 is one of the oldest cars in the market, with production of the second generation commencing back in 2011.
Its future is uncertain beyond the current model year, but that doesn’t seem to concern the automaker, which has just updated it with a new feature. It’s called the Chrome Appearance Package and is strictly reserved for the Touring L trim level.
The novelties revolve strictly around the visual part and include the platinum chrome grille and surround, chrome trim for the company’s wing badge and 300 logo, chrome side mirror caps and the same shiny look for the 8 x 20-inch aluminum wheels.
That’s not much compared to the stock 300 Touring L, yet it won’t set you back a fortune either, with MoparInsiders reporting that it can be had from $995 (MSRP). Furthermore, the website states that the new package will also replace the standalone 20-inch wheel upgrade ($495 option) from this grade in rear-wheel drive configuration.
Additionally, the Chrome Appearance Package cannot be specced to all-wheel drive models for some reason, and if you decide to go for it, then you should reach out to your local Chrysler dealer.
As a reminder, the Touring L is a mid-spec variant of the 300. It slots above the entry-level Touring and below the 300S, Limited and range-topping 300C. The model has an MSRP of $33,115 and packs the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine that kicks out 292 HP and 260 lb-ft (352 Nm) of torque hooked to an eight-speed automatic transmission. The all-wheel drive system is an optional extra.
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