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Smooth ride and extraordinary comfort; spacious trunk; elegant styling; strong performance
Following some significant updates both inside and out in 2008, the Chrysler 300 sedan sees only limited changes for 2009. Chief among them is a new, advanced all-wheel-drive system. Rather than the previous fixed 38/62 power split from front to rear, the new system features an active transfer case with front axle disconnect that adjusts how much power is delivered to the front wheels. The 5.7L Hemi V8 in 300C models now delivers more horsepower and torque, as well as increased fuel efficiency, thanks in part to improved Multi-Displacement System (MDS) and variable valve timing (VVT). All 300s get increased standard equipment -- adaptive cruise control is available, and Limited and 300C models have a more refined suspension for a softer ride. A Walter P. Chrysler Executive option is available on Touring and Hemi models, which adds six inches of length to the 300.