2005 Chrysler 300 that runs very well despite a few annoying issues.
2005 Chrysler 300 300
Overall, this car performs well given its age but there have been some problems that have shown up. My car had a problem with the gear shift that apparently is not only a problem that the older models have but also appears in newer models. Also, there is a bizarre design decision to put the battery in the trunk of the car. This means that if the battery in the car dies you will have to reach it in the trunk. But because the trunk does not have a manual release you'll have to manually unlock the car, climb into the trunk from the back seats and pull on the automatic release in the trunk. It is a very annoying process that takes way too long. In terms of features and comfort the car is quite nice and has a large selection of options for people to choose (heated seats, nice speakers, etc.). Finally, another thing to note is that this car has a very low mpg so that cost should be taken into account.