Red and black Chrysler 300 models driving down open road

Learn About the Gas Mileage for the New 300 Sedan

How Fuel Efficient is the 2019 Chrysler 300? 

While Chrysler isn’t particularly known for their expansive variety of vehicles in their lineup, what they do offer is truly impressive. With all of their design time focused on improving their already popular vehicles, models such as the Chrysler 300 shine with impressive performance and style. One of the things drivers will always look into with any new sedan, just how fuel efficient is the 2019 Chrysler 300? 

For the 2019 model year, the new 300 sedan is extremely customizable with five different trim levels, including the 300 Touring, 300 Touring L, 300S, 300 Limited and 300C. While there are plenty of differences found between these trims, Chrysler keeps their efficiency consistent across the board. 

In fact, each of these models offers a standard EPA estimated fuel economy rating of 19 city/30 highway/23 standard mpg.  

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However, fuel economy for the Chrysler 300 changed a bit when drivers equip their vehicles with the available Chrysler all-wheel drive system. When the new 300 is equipped with all-wheel drive, drivers can expect to have a fuel economy rating of 18 city/27 highway/21 combined mpg. 

Now that you know how fuel efficient the 2019 Chrysler 300 is, you can continue learning about the new and upcoming Chrysler vehicles by keeping up to date with our blog. Interested car shoppers can also contact us at Deacon’s Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram today with any questions about the newest vehicles available at our dealership.