As Chrysler is in the process of rebuilding themselves with their new owners Fiat, an all-new 300 sedan is just around the corner. Expecting to arrive sometime in 2011, the new 300 will be more of a evolutionary, rather than revolutionary update of the current design. It will maintain its distinctive styling and rear-wheel drive. All-wheel drive will also be a continued optional feature. A major upgrade will consist of quality inside and out.
The current car has had its share of reliability issues and utilizes cheap interior materials. Fuel mileage, as expected on rear-drive vehicle, is only decent. The redesign should address each of these issues to make the 300 more competitive against other brands and models such as the Ford Taurus and Lincoln MKS.