The Chrysler 300 has been a hit in the sedan segment for the American automaker, and now the vehicle will be taking on high-end vehicles with its new Luxury Edition trim level.
Available as an upgrade on the normal 300 and retailing for $40,125, the 300 Luxury Edition will boast a wide range of creature comforts along with a 292-horsepower Pentastar V6 engine for added power, reports Autoblog.
"The new 2012 Chrysler 300 Luxury Edition is more than just our flagship car, it's the trophy for the tireless majority, an automobile designed and built to meet the most discerning of expectations," said Saad Chehab, President and CEO of Chrysler. "It's fitted with a paddle-shifting eight-speed transmission found only on cars twice its cost, dressed with the highest grade Italian Poltrona Frau leather and finished with hand sanded real wood found only in exotic cars - all to deliver a surprising combination of hyper craftsmanship, style, technology and 'uber' best-in-class fuel economy at 31 mpg."
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