The Chrysler 300 is a full-size sedan introduced back in 2005
The current generation has been around since 2011 with minimal changes
2022 Chrysler 300 will have less options according to a recent report
The Chrysler 300 seems very out of date in today’s North American automotive market, and yet Stellantis believes there’s still a place for it on dealer lots.
That’s according to a report by MoparInsiders, at least. Speaking with Chrysler dealerships, the site reports that the Chrysler 300 will indeed be back for the 2022 model-year, but with a reduced options catalogue.
For starters, it appears Amethyst (purple) and Canyon Sunset (orange) are no longer on the available colours list. Inside, buyers will not be able to order the Radar Red and Black Smoke interiors anymore, and two optional packages, the Driver Convenience Group and the Chrome Appearance Package, are also slated to disappear.
It is however still possible to order the above items on the last 2021 models which are still open for order until the end of September, again according to the report.
The venerable Chrysler 300 was a decent car when it came out, and to this day remains one of the most comfortable sedans you can buy for less than $100k. Still, it’s been on the market in its current form for more than 10 years, and we can’t imagine Chrysler will keep it going past 2022. Then again, we said that last year too.