2001 Chrysler 300M Wood Package 3.5L SOHC from North America
Great car with many features
So far nothing has gone wrong with my car.
The only thing that I had to get so far have been routine 3000 mile services, which include the engine oil, oil filter, and air filter checked and or replaced.
Other than that, the only other thing is that the passenger window does not want to roll down right away when I press it. I noticed that it was caused by the window itself; sometimes it's very tight between the rubber molding, which was a quick fix.
I can use a new set of tires and an alignment. I think I'm going to go with the Michelin Primacy MX4.
Other than that, the car has been great since I got it at the end of December in 2008.
Well the car handles great and looks great. It has lots of power, and is very roomy and sporty for a large vehicle.
The 3.5L engine is very quick with its 252hp. I knew that the 300m would be great car for me, because in addition to having my 95 Ford Thunderbird with 4.6L V8, I also had a 98 Dodge Intrepid ES with the 3.2L engine, and I had a great experience with it.
I ended up selling my Intrepid at about 129,000, not because anything was wrong with it, but because I just wanted to buy another car with less miles. I ended up regretting selling it, and when I saw my 300m at the Chrysler dealer here in Fremont where I live in California, I had to have it. It's similar to the Intrepids, but they are overall much nicer with more features.
Right now I am happy with my Thunderbird and my 300m. The 300m is a perfect car that I love driving, and the handling couldn't be better.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 23rd June, 2009