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You can find 147 different trims/engines for the Chrysler 300 (incl. 300C) and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.

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The Chrysler 300 is a full-size executive car that has been manufactured by Chrysler, now Stellantis, since 2005. There have been two generations since its initial release, with the newest version making its debut in 2011.

It has also been called the Chrysler Intrepid, Valiant, Sigma, and various other names depending on the region it is sold in.

The 300 has traditionally been sold as a 4-door sedan. However, there was a 5-door station wagon version sold in the first generation.

It is often compared to its corporate cousin, the Dodge Charger. Outside of the Stellantis offerings, it attempts to rival the likes of the Audi A5 and BMW 5 Series.

Trim levels have mainly consisted of the Base, followed by Touring, S, Limited, and C, which is the top-of-the-line version. Chrysler has also released the SRT-8 variant which features premium trim features and a very powerful Hemi V8.

Interestingly, the second generation models were sold exclusively as the 300C in the United Kingdom. It was also sold as the Lancia Thema in other European countries.

Depending on the trim level, engines range from a 2.7-liter EER V6 up to the 5.7-liter Hemi V8s found in both 300C versions. Diesel options are limited to only a turbocharged 3-liter V6 for both generations. The version sold in China is outfitted with a 3-liter Pentastar V6.

And of course, the SRT-8 versions are paired with the largest options, either a 6.1-liter or 6.4-liter Hemi V8 depending on the generation.

Transmissions have consisted of various automatic gearboxes. These have included 4-speed, 5-speed, and 8-speed configurations.

The 300 managed to win several awards upon its release. The most notable of these are both the 2005 Motor Trend Car of the Year in the United States and the North American Car of the Year awards.