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011 Chrysler 300 interior pic

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ZL-1    160

Looks pretty good, I hope material and assembly quality do justice to the design.

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Paolino    99

MUCH nicer...

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Intrepidation    846

The world's first interior with bloom. :P

I like it...it's simple but elegant. As long as the materials and build quality are up to par that's all that matters.

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K.C.    0

Saw this on autoblog. Think it looks much nicer. Much improved steering wheel design as well.

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Bimmer325    18

Looks like the interior out of a 2003 Town Car. Really doesn't advance interior design in any way.

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Intrepidation    846
Reminds me of Hyundai's interiors. Decent, I guess.

Considering I've seen comparisons pitting the Genesis against the CTS and the Genesis gets the nod for batter materials quality, that's not a bad thing. :P

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Intrepidation    846
Looks like the interior out of a 2003 Town Car. Really doesn't advance interior design in any way.

BMWs (for example) haven't advanced interior design in decades, but that's not why they are so well respected. They're high quality and pack lots of features. That's all that really matters.

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MyerShift    7

I like it! Looks classy and expensive.

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Intrepidation    846
I think it looks nice, but then I'm not a Chrysler fan so don't know what they had before ...

`05 300C interior:

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`08 300C interior

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Honestly, the interior was never a problem with the car. When it was introduced it was praised for it's quality interior, and even today no rags complain about it. In fact that only people who do are internet trolls and people who say OMG IT SUX AND IS CHEEP but can never actually elaborate how it is cheap.

That being said, the new one looks to be leaps and bounds better, from a detailing and integration standpoint. I also prefer the smoother lines. quality wise, we'll just have to wait and see.

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regfootball    234

the interior design has never bothered me but the leather and plastic have been cheap. my current fave way to spec the 300 interior is the brown color and in cloth. its warmer.

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CMG    1
Honestly, the interior was never a problem with the car.

I agree. I've spent many hours in many of them, and I have to say, I like the 300 interiors.

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MyerShift    7

The 300's interior is certainly of good quality.

Taken as a whole, the 300 has nicer interior materials than the Lucerne but not the DTS.

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BrewSwillis    0
`05 300C interior:

2230767147_761b090393_o.jpg

`08 300C interior

gall_13_450.jpg

Honestly, the interior was never a problem with the car. When it was introduced it was praised for it's quality interior, and even today no rags complain about it. In fact that only people who do are internet trolls and people who say OMG IT SUX AND IS CHEEP but can never actually elaborate how it is cheap.

That being said, the new one looks to be leaps and bounds better, from a detailing and integration standpoint. I also prefer the smoother lines. quality wise, we'll just have to wait and see.

That first pic is not of the '05 interior. It's the same interior as the '08 you posted. The one pic you posted after this post is the pre-MCE ('05-'07) interior. 8)

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