2015 Chrysler 300 - Miami, FL
If you’re looking for all-American luxury at its finest, the 2015 Chrysler 300 Miami is going to be a top choice. Here at Miami Lakes Auto Mall, we’re excited to bring you this refreshed model, which features an updated look both inside and out. From the classic details to plenty of modern technology, this is one high-end sedan that will have people talking throughout the model year. Don’t miss your chance to check out the 2015 Chrysler 300 here at Miami Lakes Auto Mall. Give us a call to schedule an appointment.
Last redesigned in 2011, the Chrysler 300 gets a makeover for 2015 that will definitely be turning heads. Without making major changes to what’s inside or what you can expect performance-wise, this update is part of Chrysler’s ongoing effort to keep its lineup fresh and exciting for drivers of all ages. Come check out our inventory of Chrysler 300 models today!
A High Level of Performance
One thing that continues to set the Chrysler 300 apart from the average sedan is that it comes with an impressive degree of performance on every model. While some cars today offer a V6 engine as part of an upgraded package, the 2015 Chrysler 300 makes its 3.6L V6 VVT engine standard. But that’s not all – The Chrysler 300 is efficient as well. You might think that a 292-horsepower V6 wouldn’t offer competitive fuel economy, but at an EPA-rated 31 highway mpg, the 300 truly has it all.
You can also opt for all-wheel drive in your 2015 Chrysler 300, an option that some prefer for optimal traction and stability in a variety of driving conditions. Whatever your particular needs may be, our helpful staff here at Miami Lakes Auto Mall will gladly assist you in choosing the right 2015 Chrysler 300 model for you!
Find the 2015 Chrysler 300 in Miami FL
From today’s top comfort and convenience features to performance that delivers when you need it, the 2015 Chrysler 300 is an impressive and capable sedan that’s well worth checking out here at Miami Lakes Auto Mall. Begin by browsing through our online inventory of Chrysler 300 models, and let us know if you have any questions about any of the vehicles we have in stock. Our sales team will be happy to help in any way we can.
To be among the first to check out, test drive, and own the 2015 Chrysler 300 in Miami, get in touch with us here at Miami Lakes Auto Mall today!
2015 Chrysler 300 vs. 2015 Cadillac CTS
Chrysler's classic flagship model, the 300, has received an exquisite new style treatment, the latest connectivity and safety technology, and an exceptional eight-speed automatic transmission.
With all of its recent upgrades, the 300 has definitely proven that it's here to stay as one of America's leading luxury cars. And in spite of all the cutting-edge features it offers, the Chrysler 300 has also remained an extremely affordable buy for savvy shoppers who like getting more for less.
Held up against competitors like the 2015 Cadillac CTS, it's easy to see that the 300 can do it all without being stuck with an exorbitant price tag. Just take a look for yourself. You'll find that even base model 300s top what the CTS has to offer. If you're looking for luxury, your best bet is to test drive a Chrysler 300 for sale in your area. You'll be very glad you did.
Performance for Price
One of the best things about the 2015 Chrysler 300 is what a great value it is. The 300 offers satisfying luxury features, a powerful and polished ride, and eye-catching style that leaves an impression.
To get something even close to comparable from other luxury buyers, you'd wind up paying quite a bit more. For instance, the starting price of the Chrysler 300 is $31,395. That's over $10K less than the Cadillac CTS. And in addition to saving buyers big bucks, the 300 offers a comprehensive package and multiple trim levels that include everything you could want in a luxury car.
Despite being less expensive, the Chrysler 300 comes equipped with a larger, more powerful engine than the least costly CTS model. The 300's highly praised 3.6-liter V6 delivers 292 horsepower of pure pleasure. But the base model CTS' 2.0-liter Turbo I-4 only produces 272 ponies. Cadillac does offer engines with more output, but you'll end up paying a pretty penny for an increase in power.
Both four-doors are rear-wheel drive vehicles but are also available with all-wheel drive for optimal traction. However, you'd certainly be able to get all-wheel drive capabilities in the 300 for a lot less money than in the CTS. And the 300 also has a more sophisticated eight-speed automatic transmission. Its seamless transitions make the ride unbelievably smooth while Cadillac's sedan is still fitted with a six-speed setup.
The 300's slightly better fuel economy rating for highway driving can also be attributed in part to its advanced transmission. It now delivers up to 31 miles per gallon. In addition, Chrysler's model takes regular unleaded fuel while Cadillac recommends that owners use premium unleaded in the CTS. In terms of cost of ownership, keeping the 300's tank full is definitely a more reasonable proposition than doing so for the CTS.
From the upfront costs of purchasing a new car to the expenses that refueling and regular maintenance entail, the Chrysler 300 is designed to keep more money in your wallet and put a smile on your face.
Comfort and Usability
You want any sedan you own to provide the space and versatility that your lifestyle requires. And if you're buying a luxury car, you definitely shouldn't have to make compromises. The Chrysler 300 is designed to give you and your passengers total comfort and convenience. With 106 cubic feet of room for passengers, your friends and family can relax during the ride without feeling cramped.
That's nearly 10 cubic feet more than you'll find in the CTS. Think about what a big difference that is in a sedan that seats up to five people. And when it comes to packing up for a trip, Chrysler's model is the clear winner as well. Not only does it provide owners with two more cubic feet of luggage space than the CTS, but it also comes standard with a split-folding rear seat so you can adjust the car's configuration as needed.
That's just another feature that you have to pay extra for in the Cadillac. Why should you have to spend more to get the functionality you need? You don't have to with the Chrysler 300 because your needs have already been anticipated.
Chrysler's flagship model has become one of the most tech-savvy buying options available. Drivers enjoy standard features that the Cadillac CTS lacks or requires you to pay more for. The 300's standard heated and cooled power seats are a perfect example. Seats that keep you feeling comfortable even on long trips are a must, and that's why Chrysler ensures that every 300 model has them.
And if you want to listen to your favorite music while you're on the road, the 300 comes equipped with a CD player as well as a USB port, SD card reader, and audio jack. But Cadillac's sedan is now only able to connect to electronic devices; the CTS' CD player has been eliminated completely.
On top of that, Chrysler has made sure that a built-in hard drive is available for all 300 models, but that's not an option in the CTS until you get into the higher trim levels. The same goes for satellite radio. All Chrysler models come with a one-year trial of the SiriusXM All Access Package, so that audiophiles can enjoy hundreds of different stations. In the Cadillac, you have to upgrade to get that.
And one of the biggest pluses that the 300 has to offer is its outstanding infotainment system. Uconnect has been reviewed as the top system in the industry. While annoying touchscreens and confusing layouts from other manufacturers have become a big turn-off when it comes to buying a vehicle, Chysler's Uconnect excels. It's incredibly intuitive and allows owners to easily access their favorite apps, make hands-free calls, adjust the vehicle's settings, and more.
In contrast, Cadillac's CUE infotainment system has great capabilities but is extremely challenging to use. Drivers have noted that it's difficult to hit the touchscreen buttons, and trying to use the screen can be distracting.
In addition, the steering-wheel mounted controls in the CTS are chrome, making them slippery and also frustrating to use.
The last thing you want is for your car's infotainment to draw your attention away from driving. When it comes to being able to manage your car's settings while still being able to focus on the road, the Chrysler's Uconnect is the best way to go.