The 300’s large exterior may seem like it bodes well for interior space, and to an extent, it does. There’s lots of room for 5 occupants to inhabit and stretch out in, but the low roof impedes head room – particularly when equipped with the sun roof. Head room aside, occupants are living the lush life – despite the archaic design. The 300’s interior design feels old school cool, and it looks good too – old money good. Sadly, the materials fall way short of that same level of class. Cheap plastics, faux trim pieces, and general cheapness don’t inspire the levels of class the visual appearance does. But from the onset, the base Limited model still features cushy heated 8-way power adjustable front seats in leather upholstery, and an 8.4-inch uConnect touch screen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay functionality.