Chrysler Portal Rumored for 2020 Production Start

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When the Chrysler Portal was first shown off during the 2017 North American International Auto Show, the automotive community may have thought the self-driving concept would present itself to consumers in the distant future. Reports are suggesting, however, that the automotive world may be seeing the Chrysler Portal EV entering production as early as 2020.

A Portal to the Future

The 2017 unveiling of the Chrysler Portal EV minivan indicated that Chrysler’s future may lie heavily in autonomous driving. This year we’ve already seen the Chrysler Pacifica launch with Waymo to create the world’s first autonomous ride-hailing service. And while Chrysler does not currently have a self-driving system of its own, the partnership with Waymo will certainly assist in Chrysler’s autonomous efforts. Of course, automotive makers still have a fair amount of research to conduct before a fully autonomous vehicle can enter production. The concept itself is said to have Level 3 self-driving capabilities, meaning that the car can drive itself in suitable conditions for a limited amount of time. Still, this would put Chrysler in an exclusive category of automakers when it comes to offering certain technologies to consumers.


By Millennials, For Millennials

During the design phase, the designers of the Chrysler Portal had specifically asked what millennials look for in a vehicle. They wanted to market the Portal as a vehicle for millennials, by millennials. And with its ultra-modern design and standout features, it certainly screams “the future”. One of these features being a fold-away steering wheel, gives drivers the option to stow it away while the self-driving system is in use. In the 1980s, Chrysler was one of the first automakers to introduce sliding doors on their minivan and history is repeating itself, as the Portal concept also boasts a pair of sliding doors – one for the front row and one for the back row. Additionally, the Portal will carry a 100-kilowatt-hour battery pack capable of a 250-mile range and an electric motor driving the front wheels.

There has been a bit of speculation surrounding where the Portal will be built. There was talk in 2018 that may have hinted at the Windsor Assembly Plant in Ontario, Canada, however that has not been confirmed. And wIth Chrysler’s new Jeep plant that will be opening in Detroit, there’s no telling where the Chrysler concept will call home. Either way, if Chrysler is able to create the necessary components and technologies during the next couple of years, then consumers may get a glimpse of the future a little sooner than they thought.

 

Now, we’re not time travelers but we do happen to have the best current selection of Chrysler vehicles. Browse our Chrysler inventory to be a part of the future today and definitely be sure to share your thoughts with us on our social media page!

 

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WardsAuto Names Pentastar V6 with eTorque on Best Engines List

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Boy, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has been one busy auto group this year. 2018 has seen a lot of changes for vehicles under the FCA umbrella, starting with their new Global Medium Engine, a 2.0-liter turbocharged I4 engine that showed up in the 2018 Jeep® Wrangler JL during the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, and again in the 2019 Ram 1500 during the 2018 Detroit Auto Show. Then, to improve their engines, FCA invented a new aluminum alloy for their cylinder heads. Their latest achievement is landing on the WardsAuto “10 Best Engines List” with their already award-winning Pentastar V6 engine, now with eTorque.

That’s right, the same mild-hybrid system that showed up in the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL and the 2019 Ram 1500 has won FCA a place on WardsAuto “10 Best Engines List”. When eTorque first showed up in the Jeep Wrangler JL, it was only a tease of hybrid functions coming to the off-road automaker, including auto stop/start, electric power assist, extended fuel shut-off, transmission shift management, intelligent battery charging, and regenerative braking. Later, when eTorque popped up on the 2019 Ram 1500, we saw even more potential.

The 2019 Ram 1500 lineup comes standard with a 305hp 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine, able to generate 269 lb-ft of torque, and comes standard with the eTorque mild-hybrid system. Able to generate an additional 90 lb-ft of torque within 400 milliseconds, drivers get 90 lb-ft of torque from a cold start and can ramp up to over 300 lb-ft of torque for a tough job. There’s a lot of potential.

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2019 Chrysler Pacifica and 2019 Ram 1500 Win Best Buy by Consumer Guide

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It’s always nice when an auto brand we love receives some recognition. Nothing says like “one of the best” like an award, and when that award comes from Consumer Guide® Automotive, consumers can rest assured that the award came from a reputable source. Consumer Guide recently completed its 2019 Best Buys review, and named two Fiat Chrysler Automobiles as some of the best – the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica and the 2019 Ram 1500.

Consumer Auto Guide Best Buys Awards

Since 1976, Consumer Guide has been a leading publication that publishes authoritative and objective reviews of new and used cars and trucks. Staffed by full-time automotive editors with more than 100 years of combined automotive experience, they’re able to provide professional, unbiased evaluations of new and used vehicles, as well as expert shopping advice. When it comes to the Best Buys, Consumer Guide Automotive editors analyze, compare and evaluate numerous vehicles by putting them through numerous tests that help distinguish themselves as good values compared to other vehicles in their class.

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Waymo Launches First Driverless Ride-Hailing Service

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Soon after the self-driving Waymo successfully launched and tested its Early Rider program in Phoenix, Arizona, the autonomous car was certified as an autonomous transportation network the same city. That makes the Waymo the first ever driverless vehicle that consumers could use. It initially started the early launch of the Waymo ride-hailing program, where consumers could shop at big names like Walmart and ride-hail a self-driving Waymo vehicle. The success was so great, that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles invested $30 million into upgrading their Chelsea Proving Grounds to test autonomous vehicles for retail, or consumer use. Waymo also bought over 60,000 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid units from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to expand their fleet to other states. The Waymo launched a robotaxi service in Phoenix, Arizona and its next objective to conquer is California. But before then, the official Waymo ride-hailing app has been made available to about 400 riders participating in the first phase of the program.

Can you imagine that? How easily do we hail a ride today? It’s not like the old days where one had to call a cab or hope there was one passing by. Now, we just need to unlock our smartphone, open an app, pick our destination(s), and a driver will arrive to pick us up. Now take that scenario, but someone’s missing. Only the vehicle shows up – no driver. Say hello to “Waymo One”.

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Chrysler Waymo Expands Driverless Program to California

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The self-driving autonomous vehicle project, Waymo, is the first self-driving vehicle to get approval as a driverless ride-hailing service. The decision was made in Phoenix, Arizona by the Arizona Department of Transportation. Approved as a Transportation Network Company for the metro area of Phoenix, the Waymo will continue to expand beyond just Phoenix and will aim to have their own driverless ride-hailing service available to consumers around the nation.

Ride-Hailing an Autonomous Car?

Yes, Google/Alphabet Inc., have done wonders with the self-driving Waymo project. Sometime by the end of 2018, according to an anonymous source, Waymo will be launching their own ride-hailing app, just like Uber and Lyft, but it will be the world’s first for a self-driving car service. It starts with consumers in the metro area of Phoenix, Arizona able to use this app, in an area of 100 square-miles, but that’s just the beginning.

Thousands of modified Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans make up the fleet for the driverless ride-hailing service. Google/Alphabet Inc. actually purchased over 60,000 units of the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to expand their self-driving fleet while expanding their testing grounds. By this time in 2019, everyone in the U.S. could get a driverless car to transport them around, and the next goal is to get a permit in Silicon Valley, California.

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FCA’s “Big Finish” Advertising Campaign Features Some Notable Celebrities

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, and as of November 5th, 2018, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) year-end “Big Finish” advertising campaign launches on television, social media and digital channels. The campaign features big-name celebrities like actress Kathryn Hahn, multi-platinum Grammy-nominated band OneRepublic, and an original track from Gwen Stefani’s newly released deluxe holiday album “You Make it Feel Like Christmas,” which serves as a backdrop for Ram brand’s 30-second “Ginger Builders” spot celebrating the spirit of giving.

Along with the 30-second videos, which promote Chrysler, Jeep, Ram, and Dodge brands, a second commercial will be filmed live on Saturday, December 1st, 2018 for the Ram brand. As seen in the first commercial, the second will feature a Ram 1500 towing a life-size Gingerbread float to the 2018 Nashville Christmas Parade that benefits the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

“We set out to accomplish three objectives with our Big Finish campaign – it must be unique to each brand personality, it must be impactful to help sell cars during the automotive industry’s biggest selling season, and it must be relevant,” said Olivier Francois, Chief Marketing Officer, FCA. “Our challenge during the holidays – when we are oversaturated with holiday music and bells ringing — is how do you get more than your fair share of attention if you use the same device as everyone else, and at the same time remain true to the identity of our brands? The answer, as always, is the creative twist. From a rap reimagination of ‘Jingle Bells,’ to the heavy metal track ‘Santa Claus is Back in Town,’ to enlisting artists such as OneRepublic and Gwen Stefani to put their own spin on holiday music, it gives us the opportunity to hear a story that speaks to the moment and stands out at the same time.”

Kathryn Hahn – Chrysler Brand “Lit Christmas”

With some help from the Chrysler Pacifica, actress Kathryn Hahn and the kids go on a “Caroling” adventure while jamming out to “Lit Christmas,” a rap re-imagination of the holiday classic “Jingle Bells.” Created by Scott Stallone featuring MC Rellik and Stones Throw Records, this holiday rendition is boasted throughout the interior cabin via the Harman Kardon speakers. The Chrysler Pacifica is notably dressed in the available S Appearance Package that features a stylish black badging, black accents, 18-inch wheels with a Black Noise finish, and a “Pacifica” and “S” badge located in the rear. The interior cabin of the Chrysler Pacifica is fitted with black seats featuring light gray accents and stitching along with an “S” logo.

Since partnering up with the brand’s Chrysler Pacifica in a television, social, and digital campaign back in March 2018, Kathryn Hahn extended her contract with the brand that included a social video campaign that launched this summer. Consumers can expect to see new videos continuing to run throughout this holiday season.

OneRepublic – Jeep Brand “White Christmas”

Grammy-nominated band OneRepublic joins the Jeep Brand for its second collaboration in 2018 with its 30-second “Colorful Christmas” spot that features a beautiful reimagination of “White Christmas.” This Christmas classic performed by OneRepublic includes the Jeep Brand’s entire vehicle lineup while celebrating the colors of the holiday season and is accented against towering red rocks, aqua blue coastlines, emerald green forests, white snowy landscapes, and softly lighted city streets. Additionally, and as Jeep so beautifully describes it, “The holidays are where you take them and, in a Jeep SUV, you can take them anywhere.”

Gwen Stefani – Ram Brand “You Make it Feel Like Christmas”

An original holiday track from Gwen Stefani’s newly released deluxe holiday album, “You Make it Feel Like Christmas” is the backdrop to Ram brand’s “Ginger Builders” 30-second video. Comprised of a truck lineup that is built to serve, the all-new Ram 1500, the Ram 2500, and the Ram 3500 all take part in the construction of a classic Christmas holiday project, a giant gingerbread house. Complete with giant gumdrops, huge marshmallows, and gigantic graham crackers, this life-size gingerbread float will be towed by the Ram trucks at the Nashville Christmas Parade.

Dodge Brand – “Santa Claus is Back in Town”

After riding on his centuries-old sleigh, it’s no surprise why Santa Claus himself would proclaim to his little helpers that “it’s time for an upgrade!” During the Dodge brand’s 30-second “Upgrade,” the elves begin to take inspiration from the Dodge brand lineup to put a spin on Santa’s classic sleigh. The Dodge-inspired upgrade consists of the 797-horsepower Challenger Red Eye engine, dual exhaust tips, six-piston Brembo brakes, and seven-passenger seating – finished off by the Dodge tagline: “There’s more than one way to fly!” Additionally, the Dodge brand will launch a social series in early December, as an extension to the 30-second television commercial, that will broadcast popular car restoration reality shows.  

The social series that takes place across YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram will chronicle the entire process of overhauling Santa’s all-new decked out sleigh while revealing the reasoning for many of the newest features. Also, professional athlete, NFL player, pro wrestler, and automobile aficionado Bill Goldberg plays Santa and “All Girls Garage” host and automotive enthusiast Cristy Lee plays Mrs. Claus. Deriving from one of Elvis Presley’s holiday albums, the heavy metal “Santa Claus is Back in Town” track is from the album “We Wish You a Metal Xmas and a Headbanging New Year.”  

 Ring in the Christmas holidays by giving someone near and dear to you the best gift of all – a 2019 Chrysler Pacifica! Test drive one today at the Miami Lakes AutoMall and for more information on our entire new car inventory selection, visit our website or follow us on social media. From all of us at the Miami Lakes AutoMall, we want to wish ya’ll a very Happy Holidays!

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Travel Hacks to Help During This Thanksgiving Holiday

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Thinking of traveling during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday? Well, you aren’t the only one. With the busiest travel holiday on the horizon, there’s a good chance that you’re among the 89 percent of holiday travelers who will drive to their destination this year, according to ResorTime.com. In order to make your road trip a more enjoyable one, we’ve put together a few tips to ensure a stress-free and happy holiday vacation.

Food Storage

While you can’t keep a whole turkey piping hot for days (nor would you want to), it’s possible to keep most foods warm for at least half a day, or sometimes even a full day. The beauty of Thanksgiving is that a good amount of the traditional foods are pantry-based, so it saves the worry of where to store perishables. In those cases where you have to keep your food safe while on the road, it’s a good idea to transfer hot foods into glass containers, which hold heat better than plastic containers. Another alternative to store foods like bread, meatloaf, or sliced chicken would be to wrap them up in tinfoil as an alternative to using glass containers. Store large amounts of food, like a full-sized lasagna or a double batch of mashed potatoes, in disposable foil food containers with cardboard lids.

Insulated storage bags, like the type used by pizza delivery drivers, are another perfect way to keep those hot foods nice and toasty. For those traveling with liquids and soup, use a vacuum food flask. All it takes is transferring the soup straight from the stovetop into the container to keep it as hot as possible and make sure it’s sealed tight to prevent it from leaking.

Stay Prepared

According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), most car breakdowns can be prevented by having your car serviced before your journey. Head to a mechanic at least a week in advance to have the oil and tire pressure checked and make sure that the battery, brakes, and engine are all working properly. Traveling with the little ones? Then you must know that entertainment is the key to maintaining a peaceful driving experience with minimal meltdowns. Have all smart devices charged with extra cables, coloring books with crayons stocked, and for those who have a dual rear-seat entertainment system, don’t forget those DVD favorites.

Also, packing plenty of snacks and water is super important for those long road trips, as a lack of hydration can lead to headaches. It’s no secret that traveling during Thanksgiving weekend is one of the busiest times of the year, so it’s essential to plan your driving time accordingly. Unfortunately, not everyone can hit the road early in the morning, so for those who can’t, avoid driving between the hours of 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. – commonly referred to as the busiest high-risk driving time.

Less is More

Packing and repacking your car can not only be time-consuming but also a hassle. Road-trip experts advise loading non-essential items first, such as anything you won’t need until you reach your final destination, and then put in items that you’ll rely on during the drive. If you’re traveling with large quantities of food, make sure they’re secured when placed in your trunk to prevent a giant mess of food or even a hazardous situation in the event of an accident.

As you embark on your journey, we hope these tips help you and your family have a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday. Interested in a vehicle that checks all the boxes in terms of travel? Check out the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica. Loaded with Stow ‘n Go seating for added cargo storage, the Chrysler Pacifica has a total cargo volume of 140.5 cubic feet. Stop by the Miami Lakes AutoMall and test drive one today!

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Trunk-or-Treating: Tailgating For Halloween

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A perfect alternative, or even an addition, to the many Halloween festivities like the traditional trick-or-treating, “Trunk-or-Treat” is like a tailgating Halloween party. Usually set in a large parking lot, church or school, Trunk-or-Treating turns the trunk of a parents car into their front porch. Families can personalize their decorations just like they would display at home, while kids go “trunk-to-trunk” collecting those yummy candies.

One of the appealing elements about trunk-or-treating, especially for parents, is the safety factor. Rather than your child going door-to-door, they can hop from one trunk to the other and all while staying close to you. Considering that times are currently a bit stressful, added child safety is every parent’s first priority. Community-friendliness is another engaging factor to trunk-or-treating. For those families that are new to a neighborhood and/or religious congregation, this Halloween tailgating event is not only an ideal way for the community or congregation to welcome newcomers, but it also allows for opportunities to get together again in the future.

Also, imagine the idea of ONLY having to decorate the trunk of your car rather than your front yard or porch? Instead of worrying where to store all those Halloween decorations, that are most likely squeezed between your Christmas and Thanksgiving decorations, trunk-or-treating allows parents to decorate their trunk only once while allowing them the chance to try something new every year without breaking the bank. Trunk-or-treating really is the perfect way for adults to socialize, but also enjoy all the creative costumes.

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So, we took it upon ourselves to break down just how trunk or treating works. Generally, communities and congregations follow the steps listed below to pull-off the best trunk-or-treating event:

  • It’s encouraged to start about a month in advance, in order for the host of the trunk-or-treat event to begin collecting volunteers. Sometimes the parking spaces are limited, so be sure to get in on the fun as quickly as possible!
  • While the volunteers are buying candy and planning decorations in preparation for this Halloween fun, the host will likely be sending out a sign-up sheet at the location (like a church or school) where it’s being held, or online so anyone in the area can join. Trunk or treat is often an RSVP event for the kids – that way there’s no risk of running out of candy as the volunteers will know more or less how many trick-or-treaters to expect.
  • Once the big night comes around, the cars are given specific spots to line up in, separate from the attendee parking lot. They will specifically arrange themselves in an area that the kids can safely run around and ask for candy. Some of the car decorations and displays can be quite elaborate, requiring hours of setup time in advance.
  • When the kids arrive, that’s when the real fun begins. They’ll usually be told to go in a certain order and they’ll say “trick or treat!” and collect their candy, just like at houses on Halloween night. Some parents are more generous than others but for the most part, they give out more than one piece so the kids will end up with a pretty good amount of Halloween candy. And the parents get to steal a few pieces, of course!

The beauty of an event like this is that it can be turned into a night-long event if Halloween night lands on the weekend. Of course, it’s important to stay safe this holiday season and also check your local community calendars or talk to your friends and neighbors to find a trunk or treat event near you. At the Miami Lakes AutoMall, we offer plenty of cars that are perfect for any trunk-or-treating event. Located in Miami Lakes, FL, check out our entire new car inventory vehicle selection today!

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For the first time in 11 years, FCA has outsold Ford Motor Company.

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For the past 11 years, Ford trucks outsold Ram trucks and the Mustang outsold the Challenger, but for the first time in a little over a decade, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has outsold Ford Motor Company. Chrysler has typically been referred to as the smallest of the American automaker groups based on sales, but in September 2018, Jeep, Ram, Dodge, Chrysler, and Fiat came together to outsell Ford and Lincoln – placing the Ford Motor Company in third, a rare occurrence since 2007.

Last month, when compared to the 197,404 units of Ford deliveries, FCA posted a 15 percent increase in U.S. sales with 199,819 unit deliveries, primarily powered by its Jeep and Ram brands. Within the first nine months of the 2018 model year, FCA beat Ford in retail sales five times out of those nine months. In an email statement, Michelle Krebs, an automotive analyst for Cox Automotive stated “It was mostly expected to happen this year, as Ford moves away from sedans. It might just be a fluke month, but that’s a significant shift in the automotive world and a wake-up call for Dearborn.”

However, Ford Vice President of U.S. Marketing, Sales, and Service, Mark LaNeve seemed undeterred.

“We don’t worry about being in a contest with FCA. There have been months when we beat General Motors, and we didn’t pound our chests…it was a function of timing,” says LaNeve.

He also overlooked being overtaken by FCA, blaming it, in part, on Ford’s decision to reduce sales to the fleet and rental car companies. And yet, the numbers don’t lie. General Motor Corp. no longer releases monthly sales figures but saw an overall decrease by 11 percent during the third quarter across all brands. Furthermore, while third-quarter sales for Ford decreased by 3.5 percent in comparison to last year, FCA third-quarter sales were up by an estimated 10 percent.

“We entered the quarter with very lean inventories of our 2018-model full-size pickups, so we focused on driving a very strong mix of SUVs, crossovers and mid-size pickups,” Kurt McNeil, GM’s U.S. Vice President of Sales Operations, said in a statement. “We also transitioned to the 2019 model year far earlier than some key competitors, which allowed us to reduce incentives while others raised them sharply.”

According to Mark LaNeve, the decrease is a “tale of two hurricanes.” He states that Hurricane Florence disrupted its business on the East Coast, particularly in the Carolina’s, last month. Hurricane Harvey in Houston, last year, created a surge in replacement demand during September 2017 – which was the best sales month for Ford. LaNeve also stated that it was “impossible to quantify the effect of Florence,” but the majority of its East Coast markets were impacted in one way or another.

“Our Ram and Jeep brands propelled both our retail and total sales to their highest level in 18 years,” says Reid Bigland, FCA Head of U.S. Sales.

The FCA Jeep brand continues to lead the charge for the Italian-American automaker, posting a 14 percent increase in September sales on gains for the Cherokee and Compass models – Jeep is up 20 percent for the year. Ram has also reported a nine percent increase in September. Clearly, natural disasters are no threat to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Stop by the Miami Lakes AutoMall and test drive the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica. Located in Miami Lakes, FL, check out our website for more information on our entire new car inventory selection today!

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The 2019 Chrysler 300 Goes Out on a High Note

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has been keeping a lot of their new models on the downlow, and while 2018 comes to a close, many automakers are starting to tease out their 2019 model lineup. With FCA currently going through some changes, their shift towards hybrid vehicles and electric cars may push some aside for good. One of these is the Chrysler 300, but before it gets the axe, they’re bringing the sedan back for one more model year. Check out what’s good on the 2019 Chrysler 300.

Looking for Performance?

Right out of the gate, for consumers that want a sedan that can perform, then the 2019 Chrysler 300C is definitely the sedan to get. Powered by a 5.7-liter V8 HEMI engine, this baby generates 363 horsepower and 394 lb-ft of torque. Designed with a Multi-Displacement System (MDS), Fuel Saver Technology, and optimized with variable valve timing (VVT) technology, the fuel economy isn’t all that bad either, with 25 mpg available on the highway. Ride on 20-inch polished-aluminum wheels with a Platinum Chrome finish and get the best control out of the 300C with sport mode activated for increased engine and throttle responsiveness and firmer steering. Choose the best gear for the ride with paddle shifters, or leave gear shifts up to the standard TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission.

Thanks to a segment-exclusive active transfer case and front-axle disconnect system, all trims that come equipped with a V6 engine can also ride on either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive without any input from the driver. All trims but the 2019 Chrysler 300C come with the V6 engine, so there’s plenty to choose from.

Only Interested in Style?

If looking for a sedan that has enough attitude without a V8 HEMI, the rest of the lineup is powered by a 3.6-liter V6 engine, also optimized with VVT, able to generate 292 horsepower and offer 30 mpg on the highway. Check out the 2019 Chrysler 300S for performance-tuned suspension, performance-tuned steering, blacked-out exterior accents, and Black Noise wheels. Inside, enjoy leather-wrapped sport seats and exclusive Piano Black interior accents, or take control with paddle shifters and sport mode to really get the most out of this vehicle.

Being top-of-the-line, the 300C has some of the best interior features around. Segment-exclusive deep-quilted and perforated Nappa leather seats and door panels, hand-sanded natural pore wood, French accent stitching and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with unique chrome accent ring are just some of the standard features to look forward to. For the interior cabin, consumers can choose the available signature two-tone Indigo/Linen or Mocha for a little more color.

There’s also the selection of exterior colors and interior style to look forward to. Depending on the trim, consumers may choose to paint their 2019 Chrysler 300 in any of the following colors – Bright White, Ceramic Gray, Gloss Black, Granite Crystal, Green Metallic, Maximum Steel, Ocean Blue, Silver Mist, and Velvet Red. Some personal style may already be apparent, such as those found in the 300S and 300C, but consumers may also choose from Black, Black/Linen, Black/Caramel, Black/Smoke, Mocha, and Indigo/Linen where applicable.

How Safe is the Chrysler 300?

Aside from having advanced multistage front airbags, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, Keyless Go, a ParkView rear backup camera, and more, the 2019 Chrysler 300 can also offer some nifty advanced and automatic safety features. Opt-in for the SafetyTec Plus Group for safety features such as Full-speed Forward Collision Warning-Plus, Adaptive Cruise Control-Plus with Full Stop, Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist, Blind-spot Monitoring, and Rear Cross Path detection.

There’s so much to look forward to for the 2019 Chrysler 300. Find yours at Miami Lakes Automall today.

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