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CHAUFFEUR CAR HIRE for most occasions , very good rates please call , text , email for further information,very eye catching car that stands out from the crowd with the comforts and looks of a Bentley. choice of bows and ribbons or supply your own , bring your own champagne if required.
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A single glance at Chrysler's 300C is all that's needed to grasp its essentials. It is exactly what it seems - a car with genuine presence and distinctiveness that offers an intriguing alternative in the executive saloon market dominated by BMW, Audi, Jaguar and Mercedes.
American executive models are usually derided in Europe as oversized, overweight gas guzzlers with all the ride quality and maneuverability of a supermarket trolley. Not so the 300C, which convincingly counters each of those criticisms.
Despite looking aggressive enough to make you raise your hands in the air as it passes by, the 300C is much more than a big bruiser. Behind the imposing exterior is a decent cabin. In any case, the chromed cliff face of the grille and the old-fashioned limousine-like styling are not things that need apologies. They are two of the things that set the 300C apart from the rest of the executive set.
Importantly, the range includes an impressive 3.0-litre diesel engine sourced from Mercedes. It makes much more sense on UK roads than the larger petrol powerplants. As well as giving superior fuel economy, it offers surprisingly sprightly performance and is in fact quicker than the 3.5 petrol variant. BMW makes an awful lot of noise about the 5 Series' rear wheel drive system with 50/50 weight distribution between front and rear axles. Well, the 300C has the same configuration.
This looks like a very expensive car, not least because there is more than a nod towards Rolls-Royce and Bentley in the styling. Yet it's actually among the cheaper options in the executive market with a standard specification that looks generous by today's standards.
Bristol area , but i will quote for surrounding areas