2010 Chrysler 300 Values

Select a 2010 Chrysler 300 trim level

2010 model year changes

The Chrysler 300 and 300C lineup has only a few feature changes for 2010. V8-powered 300C models get increased standard equipment; ParkSense rear parking assist, plus keyless entry and Keyless Go are now standard on all 300C models, while heated chromed mirrors, chromed exterior door handles and chromed rear-fascia accents are all standard on the 300C Touring. Supplemental side-curtain airbags, which remained optional on the base 300 last year, are now standard on all Chrysler 300 and 300C models.

Competitive comparison

Athletic V8 engines; roomy interior; comfortable ride; stretched executive model; available all-wheel drive; serious track-ready performance from SRT8

Special features for 2010

The 300 is actually very affordable in its base-model form and much more distinctive than other mid-size sedans. It can be optioned with a host of cool entertainment and information features that aren't offered on mainstream sedans as well. In stretched Executive form, the 300C is luxurious enough for limousine duty, while other 300C models don't skimp on traditional luxury either. The 300C's styling hasn't changed significantly in several years now and yet it's still a head-turner. Finally, the 300C SRT8 is well worth considering for those who want a weekend track toy that they can drive on the commute every day--in comfort.
A stylish sedan with a host of engine options, the 2010 Chrysler 300-Series seats five passengers and is available with RWD or AWD. The base V6 engine is 2.7L and generates 178 hp. A 250 hp 3.5L V6 is available as well on the 300. The sportier 300C offers a choice between a 370 hp 5.7L Hemi V8 or the 425 hp 6.1L Hemi V8 found in the SRT8. A five-speed automatic transmission controls the action regardless of engine choice.