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Chrysler 300C Sedan Hemi specs

Car type 4-door saloon
Curb weight 1928 kg (4251 lbs)
Introduced 2008
Origin country United States
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Performance

0 - 100 kph6.2 s
0 - 200 kph24.8 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph18.6 s
0 - 60 mph5.3 s
Est. 1/8 mile10.1 s @ 84.5 mph
1/4 mile13.9 s @ 102.0 mph
Est. 1/2 mile23.7 s @ 122.4 mph
Top speed240 kph (149 mph)
Est. max acceleration0.51 g (5 m/s²)
Chrysler 300C Sedan Hemi acceleration graph

Powertrain specs

Engine type 8cyl
Displacement 5.7 l (348 ci)
Power 364 ps (359 bhp / 268 kw)
Torque 527 Nm (389 lb-ft)
Power / liter 64 ps (63 hp)
Power / weight 189 ps (186 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 273 Nm (202 lb-ft) / t
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive

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hostboy  4m ago

The funny thing is that if it weren't for the Mercedes E-Class W211, which obviously is a German car and underpinned the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Magnum/Charger, the American auto industry would have been FAR BEHIND the Europeans in performance, technology advancements and fuel efficiency/emissions A LOOONNNG TIME AGO.

Without the 300, American cars would have looked like total ponies and donkeys compared to German and other European/Asian cars today.

Another thing too, aside from the specialty (Cobra, SS, Trans Am, GTO) models, American (and US-market "foreign") V8s weren't much, if at all faster than their V6 counterparts. A New Edge Mustang with a V6 and a manual could catch up easily with its V8 automatic counterpart.

The late 1980s to the early 2000s were, to say the least, awkward times for American cars.


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hostboy  5m ago

The 300 and Charger HEMI models were extremely powerful for wearing just "mild" performance badges, but they were bad in the handling department even in their day. The SRT8 versions however were greater on the track and more fun to drive.

2005 Chrysler 300C and 2006 Dodge Charger R/T
Claimed Power: 340 hp @ 5000 rpm (350 hp with SRT Design [300C] and R&T Performance Group [Charger R/T]; later versions were rated at 368-370 hp)
Claimed Torque: 390 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm (later versions were rated at 395 lb-ft)
Bore x Stroke: 99.5 mm x 90.9 mm
Number of Cylinders: 8
Boost Pressure: naturally aspirated
BMEP d: 10.0 bar
VE un-boost: 110.00%
VE boost: 110.00%
MPS @ Peak Power: 16 m/s
Actual Power: 367 hp @ 5280 rpm (although in a 2009 or newer model you can get it up to 404 hp bone stock using 91 octane gas instead of the minimally required 89 rating)
Actual Torque: 402 lb-ft @ 4620 rpm
Drivetrain: RWD (AWD optional up until 2015); 5AT (8AT in later models)
Estimated Weight: 4199 lb
0-60 MPH: 5.6 sec
0-100 MPH: 13.9 sec
0-150 MPH: 36.1 sec
1/4-Mile (street): 14.2 sec @ 102 mph
1/4-Mile (drag): 13.8 sec @ 102 mph (13.2 sec @ 105 mph for 2015 and newer models)
Top Speed: 167 mph
Motor Trend Figure-8: 28.8 sec @ 0.59 G (25.9 sec @ 0.64 G, or a 10% improvement in later models, as well as earlier models equipped with SRT Design and R&T Performance Group packages)
Nürburgring Nordschleife: 8:57
Top Gear Test Track (Power Lap): 1:34

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/11T6iUr6uQ_TkqqFB1nPvV0malo9X5HgXlK3JZ2du1RA/edit?usp=sharing



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Dan  1y ago

Wrong hahahaha. The 2018 Chrysler 300c hemi can do 0-60 in 5.2 seconds.


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Michael   1y ago

A 3.7 mustang can do better with n/a


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Hemi 300C  2y ago

I just ran a stock bracket race at my local NHRA Dragstrip in my stock Chrysler 300C against Camaros and other car similar supposed stock cars. I believe the field was over 26 cars and trucks. I finished 4th running a 13.9 qualifing bracket (Avg103 mph avg.). It may not be what you consider a muscle car, but I ride in luxury and have solid performance in what you call a boat. You didn't mention what you drive, so I'm guessing neither luxury or muscle.


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Wayne  2y ago

Why are use trying to race a boat in a muscle car world idiots


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WAyne  2y ago

Just buy a real car then then they always get the numbers right. RIght


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Hemi c300  3y ago

Where did these numbers of 15.7-101.3 mph come from. My 2018 300C 5.7 runs 13.2 quarter mile at 103+ mph. 0-60 timed at 5.2 seconds. I would guess the 15.7 would be for a V6. The Car & Driver article is closer to my actual performance numbers of my 300C.


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hostboy  5y ago

https://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2005-chrysler-300c-hemi-road-test

0-60 mph: 5.3 s
0-100 mph: 13.4 s
1/4-mile: 13.9 sec @ 102 mph


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Prepsi  11y ago

this number are totally wrong ...
my 300c 5.7 0-100 in 5.8s
0-160 in 13s
0-200 in 21s
but my max rbm 5500 and i saw in youtube it can do 6200..
can any one tell my where is the problem ..

Rev limiter?


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R-35 UAE  13y ago

this number are totally wrong ...
my 300c 5.7 0-100 in 5.8s
0-160 in 13s
0-200 in 21s
but my max rbm 5500 and i saw in youtube it can do 6200..
can any one tell my where is the problem ..


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Stats  14y ago

These numbers are totally wrong.
It has 250kW (335hp/340ps) and 525Nm torque (387ftlb).

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