Chrysler 300 Interior
Automotive journalists think the 2014 Chrysler 300 has a stylish interior that’s nicely constructed with premium materials. They agree that the front and rear seats are roomy and comfortable. Still, a few critics say that the back seats could use more headroom. The 300 offers a wide array of standard features for the class, and critics are fond of its user-friendly tech features.
- "Open the door and you'll find the 2014 Chrysler 300's interior to be a place of luxury, style, elegance, comfort and technology." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "The Chrysler 300's cabin isn't exactly avant-garde, but there's no question that it's a classy place to be. Every 300 employs rich finishes and extensive soft-touch materials, while the 300S adds some visual flair with its available two-tone color schemes." -- Edmunds
- "Frankly, my favorite part of this tester is the gorgeous cabin. The tan and leather, the wood-colored finishings-it all works together to feel handsome, upscale, yet not overwrought." -- AutoWeek (2012)
- "It takes only a glance at the piano-black dash and door panels to understand that the 300S' interior perfectly complements the exterior. Circular gauges surrounded by halos of blue lighting add a retro touch, and athletic but comfortable bucket seats for the driver and front passenger are welcoming." -- Mother Proof (2012)
The 2014 Chrysler 300 seats five and comes standard with leather upholstery and power-adjustable, heated front seats. Options include ventilated front seats and heated rear seats. Reviewers agree that the front seats in the 300 are roomy and supportive. Some test drivers note that the driver’s seat and steering wheel are easily adjustable to accommodate a wide range of drivers. Many reviewers say that the 300’s back seats are spacious and comfortable, but a few write that there’s a shortage of back-seat headroom.
- "The seats are supportive for long trips and hold the occupants in place when the road rapidly changes direction." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "Given the Chrysler's ample proportions, it should come as no surprise that there's plenty of room for occupants of all sizes. The adjustability of the driver seat and tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel is particularly generous, while the rear seats are both spacious and supportive. Compared with other large sedans, though, the middle rear seat isn't as comfortable or useful due to the 300's transmission tunnel hump." -- Edmunds
- "While the 300 is a big car, its back seat is not quite a spacious as you might expect. Headroom is surprisingly stingy for tall occupants. Legroom shrinks dramatically when the front seats are set far back." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
- "Seating is spacious and comfortable for everyone." -- Mother Proof (2012)
Standard features in the 2014 Chrysler 300 include push-button start, dual-zone automatic climate control and Chrysler’s Uconnect infotainment system, which includes an 8.4-inch touch-screen display, Bluetooth phone and audio streaming, a USB port and satellite radio capability. Options include a Garmin-based navigation system, a backup camera, front and rear parking sensors, three premium audio system options, blind spot monitoring, forward collision warning and adaptive cruise control.
The 2014 Chrysler 300 offers a strong list of standard features for an affordable large car. Test drivers agree that the 300’s electronic features are among the most user-friendly on the market. They particularly like the Uconnect infotainment system because it has a large, easy-to-read display and simple on-screen menus. Reviewers think the navigation system is easy-to-use, though some wish that a few functions could be turned off.
- "On the technology front, the standard 8.4-inch touchscreen interface is one of our favorites, pairing large buttons and crisp graphics with a logical menu structure. We also appreciate the 300's diverse array of audio options, including an Alpine system, a Harman Kardon system, and of course the thumping Beats by Dr. Dre setup." -- Edmunds
- "The Garmin-brand navigation system is fairly easy to program, though some functions cannot be turned off, including the annoying automatic map zoom." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
- "The 2013 Chrysler 300 sedan's big 8.4-inch view screen features clear, easy-to-read-and-operate controls for the audio and available navigation." -- Kelley Blue Book (2013)
- "The huge touch screen is intuitive and easy to use. Refinement level is way up compared with the car it replaces." -- AutoWeek (2012)
The Chrysler 300 has 16.3 cubic feet of trunk space, which is decent for an affordable large car. Most reviewers think the trunk is spacious and easy to access. Additionally, test drivers say that the 300 offers a large glovebox and clever available features like heated and cooled cupholders.
- "Luggage capacity is average for a large sedan, checking in at 16.3 cubic feet, but the wheelwells may limit loading depth for larger items." -- Edmunds
- "Interior storage consists of a large glovebox, center console, and door pockets. The available heated and cooled cupholders are a nice convenience." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
- "Unfortunately, the trade-off for the 300's roomy back seat is a somewhat small trunk." -- Kelley Blue Book (2013)
- "The roomy trunk pops open easily with the touch of a button inside the cabin or on the key fob. It's easily closed with one hand." -- Mother Proof (2012)
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