Just don't tell him that.
It’s got a 5.7-liter Hemi V8. 363 hp and 394 lb-ft of torque and a 0-60 mph time of 5.3 seconds. And it’s totally affordable for many people. The Chrysler 300, in some ways, is the poor man’s Bentley, and if it was good enough for Walter White on "Breaking Bad," then there’s no way you can go wrong if you’re debating whether or not to buy one. We recently checked out a 2016 Chrysler 300 modified by Wiked Kustomz of Sacramento, California and for not a whole lot of dough, you can really make a fairly common car such as this your own.
Wiked Kustomz told us they added stainless steel brakes, audio from Sundown Audio, and a new air display using Accuair’s new Endo Valve Tank. Even the floor has been customized to have diamond stitching. For the record, the 6.4-liter Hemi V8 was dropped (the 300 SRT8) for 2015, so what you’re looking at is the best 300 trim you can get.
But back to the custom work...how much does stuff like this cost? Well, it really depends entirely on your budget. Wiked Kustomz says they do work that ranges anywhere from around $800 for a few new items to up to nearly $35,000 for a complete rebuild. Their average customer spends around $2,500 which, if you think about it, is roughly the price of many optional equipment OEM packages. Special thanks to Wiked Kustomz for letting us film the car.