THE Australian automotive landscape has evolved a great deal in the past quarter of a century, so thankfully the much-heralded 300C is a vastly different car to Chrysler's last large sedan representative sold here, the 1981 Valiant.Offering unashamedly bold styling, an enormous interior, lashings of luxury and surprisingly high quality, 300C is the first real competitor for our two homegrown long-wheelbase sedans.And with two value-packed (V6 and V8) engine variants - the latter delivering acceptable fuel consumption despite its unquestionably muscular performance - 300C should easily attract enough interest from traditional Statesman and Fairlane buyers to become Chrysler Australia's top-seller.
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