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New 2007 Chrysler 300 Long Wheelbase to Debut at the New York International Auto Show, April 14-23

March 28, 2006

AUBURN HILLS, MI – Chrysler Group’s new model – the 2007 Chrysler 300 Long Wheelbase – will be on display at the New York International Auto Show, in the Jacob K. Javits Center, April 14-23 in New York City. The Chrysler 300 Long Wheelbase is six inches longer than the current models, providing more than 46 inches of rear legroom and an additional 10.2 cubic feet of interior space. Available this fall, the lengthier Chrysler 300 is expected to attract sales from the livery/limousine industry, as well as fleet and retail customers.Both the 300 Touring and 300C Long Wheelbase models can be ordered with personalized features, including lighted rear writing tables, two 12- volt power ports for computers/cell phones, footrests, lighted vanity mirrors and directional reading lights for rear passengers, and available custom paint colors or pinstriping.The Chrysler 300 Touring Long Wheelbase model will be equipped with a 3.5L V-6 engine, providing 250 horsepower. The 300C Long Wheelbase will have the 5.7L V-8 HEMI(R) engine, generating 340 horsepower, and the Multi-Displacement System (MDS), which seamlessly reduces the number of cylinders from eight to four when less power is required, improving fuel economy.The 300 Long Wheelbase will be modified by Accubuilt, a custom specialty vehicle manufacturer, based in Lima, Ohio, and will be sold through Chrysler dealerships.Pricing and production information will be provided closer to launch this fall.
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