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Jesda said:
I seem to have left out the Chrysler 300M. Any opinions on those? I love the way the interior is designed with the grandfather clock white gauges and analog chronometer. Plus, theyre freaking huge inside.
They look nice, but beware the speed limiter. My friend knew a travelling salesman who always drove well above the speed limit and if I recall he complained because it was topped at a lower speed like 118, or 129? mph? That was the only complaint I've heard on them. If that matters...
 

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Jesda said:
I seem to have left out the Chrysler 300M. Any opinions on those? I love the way the interior is designed with the grandfather clock white gauges and analog chronometer. Plus, theyre freaking huge inside.
One word sums up the 300 -- Chrysler :helpless:
 

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The 300M is a good car, it's nice and roomy, it's just not quite up to par with the other cars on your list. The 3.5 is pretty cool with its dual runner intake manifold (a la SHO) but the trannys are the cars Achilles heel.

I voted LS, I love the STS as well but I figured everyone would be voting for them anyway. Townie or DTS if you want something a lil bigger and floatier. Time to do some test driving.
 
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