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Money Magazine's Car of the Year: Chrysler 300

November 15, 2004

Money magazine has named the Chrysler 300 its car of the year."This sedan's tough-but-classy look is as appealing as its European-inspired performance," the editors said. "The 300 speeds toward the future by harkening back to the flashy land barges Detroit unleashed so mightily in years past. Yet this stretch-your-legs Chrysler drives more like a modern European sedan than the boats of yore. On all versions of the 300, the ride is plush, the handling surprisingly poised."
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