The 2018 Chrysler 300 Trims Explained

April 19th, 2018 by

Chrysler LogoIf you are looking for a new full-size sedan, the 2018 Chrysler 300 could be the vehicle for you. With five trims and all-wheel drive options, the Chrysler 300 is sure to fit all your needs.

Touring 300

The Touring 300 is your base trim and starts at $28,995. Except for the 300C trim, all Chrysler 300 trims have the option of rear-wheel drive (RWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD). The AWD model starts at $31,495. The Touring 300 comes with 4-Wheel Independent Touring Suspension.

The Touring 300 is an eight-speed automatic transmission, which is standard on all trims. The engine is a 3.6-liter V-6 24-Valve VVT Engine with 292 horsepower, which is standard in all trims except the premium 300C. Mileage for the 3.6-liter engine is 19 miles per gallon in the city and 30 on the highway.

Uconnect 4C is also available on all trims, along with an 8.4-inch display. All trims come with an option of nine different exterior colors, but each comes with a different variation of available interior colors.

Safety features that come standard in all trims are Keyless Go, which allows you to enter your vehicle without a key, and a rear backup camera.

Touring 300 L

The Touring 300 L starts at $32,640 for the RWD model and $35,140 for the AWD model. Instead of the Touring Suspension, the Touring 300 L comes with 4-wheel independent comfort suspension. Other additions to this trim and subsequent levels include heated front seats, leather trim seats, and the option of a dual pane panoramic sunroof. The Touring 300 also has leather-trimmed bucket seats, which are unique to this trim.

For safety features, you have the option of adding ParkSense front/rear park assist and blind spot and cross path detection. The latter is also available as an option in higher trims.


The 300S trim for the Chrysler 300 starts at $36,295 for the RWD and $38,295 for the AWD. As the 300S is a sports trim, there is an addition of a rotary e-shift, paddle shifters, and sport driving mode. The 300S also gives drivers the option of upgrading the engine to a 5.7-liter V-8 HEMI MDS VVT that delivers 363 horsepower.

An option that comes with the 300S is heated second-row seats. You also have the addition of leather-trimmed sport bucket seats, which is unique to the 300S. Remote start functionality comes standard as well.


The Limited trim starts at $36,595 for the RWD and $39,095 for the AWD. Both the Limited and 300C come with the 4-wheel independent touring suspension. Heated second row seats come standard in this and higher trims.


Finally, there is the 300C trim. This option starts at $40,995, and there is no AWD option. The 300C comes with a 5.7-liter V-8 HEMI MDS VVT that gets 363 horsepower. The mileage is 16 miles per gallon in the city and 15 on the highway.

Whether you are looking for a basic sedan that offers comfort, luxury, or a sporty feel, the 2018 Chrysler 300 has something for you. Check out Eastgate Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram for more information on these and other models.

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