2021 Chrysler 300 Sedan

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  • Chrysler 300 Sedan For Lease in NYC
  • Chrysler 300 Sedan For Lease in NYC

2021 Chrysler 300 lease deals in NYC


If you choose one of the above options with a down payment, inception fees are still due at signing (1st month payment, Bank fee, DMV fees, any applicable taxes and/or dealer doc fees). If you would like us to roll part of or all of the inception fees in to the monthly payments, we are able to do so, though this will increase your monthly payment.

All lease rates are priced on a base vehicle and subject to credit approval and availability. In some instances the above rates may include lease loyalty or conquest. Please call us today and we will be happy to discuss this leasing option with you, in addition to any other vehicles you may be interested in.

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Please give us a call today so we can discuss your next lease, we look forward to delivering the car of your dreams to the location of your choice. NOTE this price may include lease loyalty or conquest please inquire.

*with conquest and first responder rebates


Chrysler 300 FAQ:

How much horsepower does the Chrysler 300 have?

The 2021 Chrysler 300 is a 4 door sedan that comes with two engine options:

  • A 3.6 liter V6 engine with 292 hp
  • A 5.7 liter V8 engine with 363 hp

How much does it cost to lease a Chrysler 300?

At VIP Auto Lease in NYC, you can lease the Chrysler 300 for as low as $464.00 per month.

What is the estimated fuel economy for the 2021 300?

The 2021 300 gets an estimated fuel economy of:

  • RWD: 19 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway
  • AWD: 18 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway.
  • V8: 16 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway.

Does the 300 have good safety ratings?

The Chrysler 300 was rated with an above-average 4 star safety rating for frontal crash, rollover, and overall ratings, and a perfect 5 star rating for the side crash safety test according to the NHTSA.

Does the 2021 300 have a lot of cargo space?

The full size 2021 Chrysler 300 has 16.3 cubic feet of cargo space in the trunk.

How many people can the 2021 Chrysler 300 seat?

The new Chrysler 300 can seat 5 people comfortably between its two rows.

What size screen comes in the 2021 300?

The 2021 300comes standard with an 8.4 inch LCD screen.

  • 2nd and 3rd–Row Stow 'n Go® Seats with Easy Tilt
  • 2nd–Row Power Windows
  • 4–Way Power Lumbar Adjustable Driver Seat
  • 8-Way Power Driver's Seat
  • Active Noise Cancellation
  • Air Conditioning with 3–Zone Auto Temp Control
  • Android Auto™† compatibility
  • Apple CarPlay® and Google Android Auto™
  • Automatic Halogen Quad Headlamps
  • Blind–Spot and Rear Cross–Path Detection
  • Cloth Bucket Seats
  • Daytime Running Headlamps, High Beam
  • Driver Seat Auto Advance 'n Return
  • Exterior Mirrors with Heating Element
  • Hill Start Assist
  • LED Tail Lamps
  • ParkView® Rear Back–Up Camera
  • Power Liftgate
  • Power Sliding Doors
  • Premium Fog Lamps
  • Pushbutton Ignition
  • Rear View Automatic Dimming Mirror
  • Remote Proximity for All Doors
  • Remote–Start System
  • SafetyTec
  • Sentry Key® Theft Deterrent System
  • SiriusXM® with 1–Year Radio Subscription
  • Tire Service Kit
  • Touring
  • Uconnect® 4 with 7–Inch Display
Year: 2021
Lease Term: 39 Months
Make: Chrysler
Model: 300
Body Style: Sedan
Transmission: 9-Speed Auto
Price: $464.00
Engine: 3.6L V6
MPG: 18 City / 27 Highway
MSRP: $34,990.00

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