John Varvatos Chrysler 300C Limited Edition to Return for 2014

Last year, Chrysler set out to distinguish itself from other luxury sedans, turning to designer John Varvatos to help them spruce up the Chrysler 300. Between their combine efforts they introduced us to The Chrysler 300C John Varvatos Limited Edition, whose newest model is better than ever.


Set out to embody an "imported from Detroit" style, The Varvatos' Luxury Edition takes fashion a bit further with the help of one of the biggest style icons in recent times. Classiness and stealth is added by the unique Phantom Black tri-coat paint job that comes standard with the Limited model. Combine that with titanium exterior accents, a big and bold grill, blackened taillights, 20" aluminum cast wheels, and titanium dual exhaust tips; all done to give the Chrysler 300C a more aggressive and visually striking look.


John Varvatos is a highly successful fashion designer who was born in Detroit; his signature flair is felt throughout the interior of this Motor City beast. From Poltrona Frau Leather trim and contrast seat stitching to the JV logo in the numeric clock and metallic detailing wrapping on almost every gauge, button, and vent, his Detroit born style is everywhere. The luxury leather wrapped steering wheel has the signature stitching from John Varvatos leatherwear that shows "Authenticity is everything." As far as space goes, the 300C Varvatos Edition has 16.3 cubic feet and seats five adults comfortably.


A car that flaunts boldness and refinement needs to back it up with performance. That's exactly what the Varvatos 300C does with its 292-horsepower, 3.6-liter V6 engine that runs at 6350 rpm. This luxury edition is also available with an eight-speed automatic transmission. The rear-wheel drive sets the 300C apart from many of its competitors, although all-wheel is also available. If you prefer the traditional 5.7-liter V8 pushing 363-horsepower, that's also an option.


The Varvatos Chrysler 300C Luxury model has a MSRP of $41,195 and the Limited Edition starts out at $44,480. The Limited Edition's optional all-wheel drive system is an additional $2,500 - and the price tag is well worth it. The 2014 Chrysler 300C John Varvatos Limited Edition has a distinctive style and is a vehicle that sets itself apart from other luxury sedans in its class.



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