Chrysler 300 long wheelbase




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    Accubuilt, a long-time maker of hearses and stretch limos, will put the Chrysler under the knife in Lima, Ohio. Half a foot of extra length gives back seat.

    The Chrysler is a rear-wheel-drive, front-engine, full-sized luxury car manufactured and . The Walter P. Chrysler Executive Series was an extended wheelbase version shown at the New York Auto Show. It added six inches (

    Chrysler 300 long wheelbase

    Chrysler 300 long wheelbase

    The styling of the B featured a revised rear treatment, but the car was largely the same as 's C The sleek, low slung, 'cab-forward' design language of the M and others was replaced by the new 's brash and blocky look. The SRT-8 model was equipped with a 6. In retrospect, I am thinking it may serve me well to maintain patience. Only problem is, I have so many fundamental issues with leasing an automobile, but then again, if I keep buying a new car every year and trading-up, I am going to take a bath on depreciation.

    Chrysler 300 long wheelbase

    Chrysler 300 long wheelbase

    Chrysler 300 long wheelbase

    Chrysler 300 long wheelbase

    Chrysler 300 long wheelbase

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    Share Share this post on Digg Del. I'm 5'10" tall and my wife is 5'7" tall. There's tons of front seat room in our H. I wouldn't look forward to parking or manuvering a that's even longer. It wouldn[t be right to keep a nice car like that outside,not to mention consuming more fuel cost because of the added weight not even considering putting the 6.

    I Just don't think they will sell that well Wife has a Heritage Yeah I agree, too much car for you and me but may not be such a hard sell for others. E55 KEV is offline. Adding 6" to the car sounds great!. I've been following the slowly unfolding developments on the release of the LWB slated this fall.

    Chrysler 300 long wheelbase

    One question on here was in regard to the "Heritage" edition. In actually, the LWB is a conversion order, essentially I am told an add-on package. My understanding is that with that, you can order whatever trip package you desire C, Limited, Touring The car is built to your spec's and sent out to the Accu-Built facilities for conversion and additional equipment reading lamps, desk, etc which are add-on mods.

    The only thing I can potentially foresee that would call for an exclusion of the Heritage edition from being able to be converted is if the unique SRT-8 style seats can not support the reading desk modification. Otherwise, everything else is straight-forward. The concerns some of you have expressed in regard to difficulty handling, or parking you cars, I am at a loss to comprehend.

    Chrysler 300 long wheelbase

    The LWB is an extension of six inches in the mid-cabin rear floor area , hardly a great extension, but enough to accomodate additional back seat comfort. If you don't have six inches of space between your car and the garage door, I suspect you have a 'short wheelbase garage' From what I was told, you could technically take your current to accubuilt and have them perform the same conversion to your existing vehicle. As to whether that would be in contradition to their contract with DC or not and what that cost would be is unknown, but I strongly suspect that it may impact your warranty if it is not done through Chrysler's contract.

    Though, nearly all limousine conversion companies are certified through the vehicle's manufacturer so as not to void the manufacturer's warranty. Lastly, the local dealership here indicated to me that they are now able to order the LWB through their systems, though it technically has not been officially released. My main curiousity is price, which their ordering system indicates currently they have to call for I suspect the LWB conversion upgrade will run similiarly in price at official release.

    I just read here last night they go somewhere in the US for the conversion and you've just confirmed that. All along I thought it would just come straight out of Brampton. However, in the past 2-days I am now reconsidering.

    Chrysler 300 long wheelbase

    Not that I don't want the LWB, but some of the features I expected to roll-out on the models are not avaiable. So I may wait for the '08 model year or the mid-year release on the ' In either regard, I purchased my '06 in June of ' In retrospect, I am thinking it may serve me well to maintain patience.

    I did one of those this is what I want to pay and this is what I want Anyhow, I believe at the time I got the best deal on a C in Las Vegas of anyone, but now I see there is a glut of C's, and factory incentives, employee pricing, special financing, etc.

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