The current collected facts on the 2009 Chrysler 300 as provided by Stellantis NA.

2009 Chrysler 300 Facts

2009 Chrysler 300 Fact Sheet



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2009 Model Year Features

  • Deep Water Blue Pearl Coat replaced Steel Blue Pearl Coat
  • Antenna moves to rear window on all models
  • Seventeen-inch machined aluminum wheels standard on 300 Touring
  • Mesh-chromed grille and standard 20-inch chromed aluminum wheels on 300C Heritage Edition  Upgraded interior accents include chromed door spears, chromed center console spears and cup holder rings, chromed instrument panel trim rings and satin silver instrument panel bezel on 300 Touring
  • Flexible trunk space with cargo net, grocery bag hooks, trunk scuff plate and trunk deck-lid liner standard on all models
  • Reversible trunk mat added on 300 Limited and 300C
  • Uconnect Multimedia with AM/FM/6CD/DVD/MP3 radio featuring touch screen added on 300 Limited
  • Automatic headlamps and Automatic Temperature Control added on 300 Touring
  • LED map-pocket lighting added on 300 Limited
  • LED-illuminated front cup holders added on all models
  • Normal cruise control added to adaptive cruise control added on 300C
  • EVIC automatically informs driver when in two-wheel drive or all-wheel drive on AWD models
  • EVIC automatically informs driver when using fuel-saving MDS technology by flashing “ECO” message on 300C
  • New-generation 5.7-liter HEMI engine with fuel-saving MDS technology and Variable-Cam Timing (VCT) generates increased horsepower (360 horsepower) and torque (389 lb.-ft.) on 300C
  • Axle ratio of 2.65:1 added on 300C
  • All-wheel-drive models equipped with innovative Active Transfer Case and Front-axle Disconnect in order to maximize performance and fuel economy
  • Axle ratio of 3.06:1 added on 300C AWD
  • Comfort-tuned suspension added on 300 Limited and 300C with 18-inch wheels
  • Chrysler 300C Heritage Edition added performance steering, suspension and shocks from Dodge Charger R/T Daytona
  • Updated Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPM) warning message now appears as “LO TIRE” (all models)
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