Chrysler 300 vs Dodge Charger

2021 Chrysler 300 White

Whether you’re in search of a sedan that provides a sophisticated, luxury design or a bold, in-your-face attitude, there are lots to be said about the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger. These sedans tell two different stories on the outside, but underneath their distinctive silhouettes, lies the type of precision-engineering and ready-for-action attitude that’s sure to please almost every kind of driver.

At Dallas Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we’re committed to helping car buyers throughout Dallas, Garland, and Arlington, TX, find the perfect vehicle to match their personalities and lifestyle. To help you determine which sedan is the right fit for you, we created this helpful side-by-side comparison of the Chrysler 300 vs. Dodge Charger.


Chrysler 300 vs Dodge Charger: Performance & Handling

The Chrysler 300 gives you the option of either standard rear-wheel or available all-wheel drive. The Chrysler 300 is powered by a standard 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine that provides up to 292 horsepower. A 5.7L HEMI® V8 engine that packs 363 horsepower is available for those looking for more horsepower.

2021 Chrysler 300 SilverThe 300 is controlled by an 8-speed automatic transmission that creates an effortlessly smooth ride, whether overtaking highway traffic or navigating busy streets. Depending on the trim level, the 300 provides an incredibly smooth ride with standard Sport Mode. It even includes trailer sway damping that works in sync with the Electronic Stability Control to tow up to 1,000 pounds when properly equipped.

Meanwhile, the Dodge Charger offers five different engine options across its seven trim levels. The standard engine is the same 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine that produces up to 292 horsepower.

Those interested in a performance sedan with incredible output should consider the available Supercharged 6.2L HEMI® SRT Hellcat V8 engine that packs a mind-boggling 717 horsepower. Another option is the 6.2L HEMI® High-Output Hellcat Redeye V8 engine with 797 horsepower!

This heavy-duty power is controlled via a TorqueFlite® 8-speed automatic transmission. Touring suspension is standard on the base level trim, while a high-performance suspension is standard on higher trim levels. Like the Chrysler 300, the Charger is outfitted with trailer sway damping that makes it possible to tow up to 1,000 pounds when properly configured if needed.


Chrysler 300 vs Dodge Charger: Interior Design and Tech

The Chrysler 300 sets the bar high on luxury, featuring available leather-wrapped steering wheel and seating with heating and ventilation. The cabin is all-around cozy and provides 106 cubic feet of passenger volume, making it easy to fit up to five adult passengers.

Additional standard and available tech features on the Chrysler 300 include:

  • 8.4-inch touchscreen display powered by Uconnect® 4C
  • Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration
  • GPS Antenna input with available navigation
  • Bluetooth® with integrated voice command
  • Steering wheel-mounted audio controls

 
In addition to the above features, you can opt for more features, like standard solar control window glass, available rain-sensitive wipers, and more!

Meanwhile, the Dodge Charger offers 105 cubic feet of interior space that is expertly crafted to provide an ultra-comfortable cabin that’s perfect for hitting the wide-open highway. While it looks and performs like a performance vehicle, the interior is nothing but pure comfort and luxury, making it a great option for car-pooling to the big game or loading up the family for a weekend road trip.

The dashboard is well-designed to keep everything close at hand, so you focus on the road ahead. The Charger has thought of everything, from Push Button Start/Stop to available heated and ventilated front seats to simple to navigate available 8.4-inch touchscreen command center. Additional features include:

  • Six premium speakers
  • In-vehicle navigation
  • SiriusXM® satellite radio
  • Apple CarPlay® and Google Android Auto™ integration

Chrysler 300 vs Dodge Charger: Advanced Safety Features

2021 Chrysler 300 RedIn whatever way you intend to use either of these modern, performance sedans, safety is the priority. The Chrysler 300 has an available suite of active safety features to help keep you out of harm’s way. It includes Full-Speed Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking and Lanesense® Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist.

Likewise, the Dodge Charger provides similar active safety features, like Blind Spot Monitoring, Hill Start Assist, and a ParkView® Rear Back Up Camera.


Test Drive the Chrysler 300 or Dodge Charger Today

Want to test drive one of these great sedans? If you’re in the Dallas, Garland, and Arlington, Texas, areas and want to get behind the wheel of the Charger or Chrysler 300, visit Dallas CDJR. We’ll get you behind the wheel and help you pick out the trim for you. Schedule a test drive today.

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