You may be the sort of driver who enjoys a spacious, luxurious, and powerful sedan for cruising about the highway, but what are you supposed to do when the weather turns nasty? The 2013 Chrysler 300 sedan with adaptive AWD is the perfect answer to all your driving needs.
The 2013 Chrysler 300 is not only one of the most comfortable, spacious, and stylish full-size sedans on the road, it has plenty of power with a sport tuned 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 and plenty of grip with the available AWD model. The advanced all-wheel drive system does all of the work automatically, putting anywhere up to 38% of the power to the front wheels for improved bad-weather handling. Unlike most AWD vehicles, the 300 features a “rear-biased” torque split meaning that the sporty and athletic nature of this large sedan is preserved. In good conditions, AWD is disengaged for a fully RWD experience. The system will automatically engage when slippage or low temperatures are detected or when the windshield wipers are in continuous usage.
The sedan is no slob either. Even with a powerful, 300 horsepower V6 and an AWD system, which normally drains MPGs, the AWD 300 models will return up to 27 MPG on the highway! Stop by Cumberland Chrysler in Cookeville, TN to check it out!