Chrysler 300 Switches To Front And Four-Wheel Drive; Is It Worth The Money And Stake?

Chrysler 300 might be an old school car of the past, but recent news updates have indicated that the Chrysler 300 is brewing for changes. Notions of the Chrysler 300 switching to front and four-wheel drive might have escalated, but the apprehensions of the car worthy the money and the stakes escalate as well.

Sergio Marchionne, FCA's CEO, shared some possible scenario of the might an epic Chrysler 300 switching to a new form and gear level, and the news of this switch spread pretty quickly in the automotive industry, leading Marchionne to reel in his words a bit, Beyond relayed.

He states that the Ontario factory is "capable" of making the sedan. "It's capable. It's not a commitment."

If this switch does take place, that will make the 300 closer in design to the new Pacifica minivan and distances itself away from the Challenger and Charger. And if this change does happen, gone will be the thought that the 300 will get an SRT high-performance configuration, according to the same post.

In addition, Motor Trend reported of the hurdles that Chrysler has to overcome. According to the report, "Sales for Chrysler were down 19 percent during the first four months of the year, but fortunately, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is making some big changes to the brand and one of those changes may include a successor to the Chrysler 300 that uses the Pacifica minivan's architecture."

Given the fact that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has faced much scrutiny, owing to the differing business strategies including stopping the production of Chrysler 200, many have anticipated that the Chrysler 300 will be a beacon that will propel the company again to more stability.

Nevertheless, it remains uncertain on how the world of cars and drivers would accept the transformation that Chrysler 300 would undergo, as apprehensions of the transformation worth the money and stake continue to arise.

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