The 2022 Chrysler 300 is still able to stay afloat in the market dominated by the SUVs that come in all sorts of sizes and are capable of keeping up with the needs of individuals. The 300 still has the classic and easily recognizable design elements that make it stand apart and gives it a distinct look. Most of the features and design elements will be carried over from the 2021 model, with a few upgrades on the outside and inside. This might be the last year when you get to feel the rumble of a combustion engine in the 300, as there have been rumors doing rounds that theChrysler 300 might receive an all-electric makeover in the near future.
A bigger engine and a sporty interior design with red accents are reserved for the powerful 300S. The standard engine choice is between a V6 or a bigger V8, and if you are concerned about fuel prices and MPG figures, the V6 is a better choice as the V8 simply gulps gasoline, possibly by the minute and not the mile. The Chrysler 300 is an all-time classic that gets you nostalgic, and with the last one to be fitted with the burly gasoline engine, it might just be the last of the original 300’s.