A 2005 chrysler 300c 4 door, was traveling north bound on a state highway. the highway is a 2-lane asphalt roadway, with a northbound right curve at the collision site. there is a negative super-elevation from west to east. the roadway is posted 55 mph. definitive mathematical calculations have not been completed. however, it is believed the chrysler was traveling near the posted speed limit. the chrysler was occupied by four adults, over 50 years of age. the driver, a front seat passenger, and two rear seat passengers. a 1997 ford taurus was traveling southbound on the same state highway, ...
Tl* the contact owns a 2014 chrysler 300. while accelerating from a stop at 10 mph, the contact's vehicle was rear ended by another vehicle. the contact's vehicle was then struck on the driver side by a third vehicle. the air bags failed to deploy. a police report was filed. the contact and five others sustained minor injuries that required medical attention. the vehicle was destroyed and towed to an independent mechanic. the manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. the failure mileage was unknown.
Takata recall i got into a car accident 9/2/16. i rear ended a car. my airbags deployed but ruptured instantly this caused me to hit my head on the steering wheel causing lots of neck and back pain and i also chipped my front tooth. my daughter was grazed by a small fragment not causing too much harm. it was horrible. we also inhaled the powder substance that was in the airbags since then i have a dry cough especially at night and a lot of heartburn.
Overall the worst problem with Chrysler 300 relates to ELECTRICAL SYSTEM problems. Browse the categories below to learn about the specific 300 years that are prone to issues with these components.