Coppus Motors Discusses Chrysler 300 Engines

We all know it; the 2013 Chrysler 300 has a certain, delightfully elegant, panache. Regardless of the variant, be it the sedan or topless convertible, the model has the ability to turn heads and drop jaws. That's style.

Of course, a sleek exterior demands a muscular engine. As our car parts experts serving Tiffin, OH will readily confirm, the Chrysler 300 offers that in spades. Actually, the 2013 model has two energetic powertrains, both ready to help the stylish vehicle accelerate freely down the open road.

Starting with the baseline Chrysler 300, under the hood the anything-but-basic model features a hearty 3.6-liter DOHC Pentastar V6 with variable valve timing. That VVT technology allows the engine to selectively sip fuel, creating an ample EPA-estimate of 19mpg in the city and 31mpg cruising on the highway. As for the power specs, the part generates a vigorous 292 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.

As for the second option, that's available with the Chrysler 300S, as well as the 300C and 300C Luxury Series. Namely, these upgraded trims use a potent 5.7-liter HEMI which churns out a compelling 363hp and an authoritative 394lb-ft of twisting abilities. As far as fuel-economy is concerned, this engine doesn't jeopardize its efficiency for power. In fact, the V8 collects 16mpg city/25mpg highway.

Care to take it for a spin? To arrange a test drive of the Chrysler 300, or your preferred model, visit our experts at Coppus Motors. At your leisure we're happy to review the specs in detail and answer any questions!

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