Chrysler expands their newest Chrysler 300 generation with the new 2013 Chrysler 300 Glacier launched. As the name suggests, Glacier will feature a stylish design that suits winter. Glacier has a commanding presence and the strong design power. The impressive thing is the availability of two independent technologies that not many car manufacturers offer. They are the exclusive active transfer case and front axle disconnect system to improve real-world fuel economy.
Chrysler was born with attitude Glacier ice is so cold. blue exterior paint offered in Glacier Blue Pearl Coat combined with color fascia accents along with Black Gloss mirrors, headlamp bezels and a Black Chrome sculpted horizontal grille blades give glacier low road presence. Other colors offered are Bright White and Billet Silver Metallic. complete the outward appearance is 19-inch eight-spoke aluminum wheels finished in Satin Carbon with P235/55R19 tires.
Exterior display coldness, the interior exudes luxury athletic theme. This can be seen on the exclusive use of Piano Black on interior center stack, instrument panel, steering wheel, gauge cluster and door panel elements provide a unique appearance lacquered and highly detailed. Also added sport seats with embroidered "Glacier" logo.
Under the hood Chrysler 300 Glacier is a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine that delivers 300 horsepower. This machine combines an eight-speed automatic transmission, steering wheel mounted paddle shifters, and sport tuned exhaust. the result is a best fuel economy (18 mpg city or 27 mpg highway). other than that, this car also offers a 5.7-liter HEMI engine performance V8 Legendary. Technology combined with four-cylinder fuel saver mode produces 363 horsepower and 23 mpg highway.
Chrysler 300 Glacier became available in U.S. dealerships in 2013 with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is $ 36,845.