Powered by the legendary 5.7L HEMI with 363 horsepower and 394 lb. ft. of torque, the specially equipped Mopar '12 is mated to a five-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters and Auto Stick, performance-tuned suspension and performance disc brakes.
Due to an exclusive use of a 3.91 rear axle, Mopar '12 300 has shown 0 to 60 mph blasts in the low 5-second range. Mopar "aficionados" will appreciate the content.
•Painted in Gloss Black with Mopar blue hood and bodyside accent stripes
•20" Forged Wheels w/ Gloss Black Finish and Mopar Blue Accent Stripes
•Mopar Center Caps
•Mopar 75th Anniversary Badging
•Mopar Design Decklid Badge
•Black/Chrome Grille Surround with Black/Chrome Grille Insert
•Leather Seating with Mopar Blue Highlight Stitching and Embroidered Mopar Logo
•Unique Interior Accenting
•Unique Mopar Leather Wrapped Shift Handle
•Mopar '12 Serialized Badge
•Leather Wrapped Steering
•Wheel with Mopar Blue Highlight Stitching
•Heated Steering Wheel
•Paddle Shift Controls
•Adaptive Cruise control
•Unique Interior Accenting
•"Mopar or No Car" Start Up Splash Screen
•9- Speaker Audio System w/ 506 Watt Amplifier
•Mopar Leather Wrapped Shift Handle
•Mopar Bright Pedal Kit
•Mopar Door Sill Entry Guards
•Mopar Key Fobs
The Following User Says Thank You to ChryslerCares For This Useful Post:
Congrats HEBIGC on your Mopar 12! I'm Mopar 12 300 owner #335/500 coming straight out of Miami, FL. Home to the largest population per capita of Ferrari's, Porsches, BMW's, Bentley's, and Merc's on the East Coast and probably the US. Trust me when I say I'm used to seeing rare and unique whips around town, my Mopar 12 makes me in a class only another 499 owners of Mopar Chrysler 300 owners could understand. I am a former 2008 Mercedes CLS 63 AMG owner and although I am not comparing my 100K AMG with my current Mopar 12, mainly because I would need another 55K to justify the comparison; trust me when I say Chrysler & Mopar have delivered the best pound per pound and dollar for dollar vehicle American car makers produce today.
German car makers are going to have a tough time getting me back as a customer.
I will provide some pics shortly of BOSS, thats what I call my Mopar 12. Because every time I hit the road, I feel like we're the BOSS driving on the pavement even with the plethora of 100K+ cars rolling on the Miami streets! I've leased my Mopar 12 but I already decided to buy it at the end because they're not making anymore of these collectibles and once I get the modifications into the vehicle there's no way I would get rid of it!
What kind of mods would anyone recommend while leasing warranty needs to stay in effect? I've spoken with the dealer service manager and he said as long as the mods were Mopar and didn't open the engine until after the warranty, warranty would stay in effect until it runs out. Anyone have any different suggestions or experiences? HEBIGC thanks for starting this thread, please feel free to contact me with any questions or updates on your ride, we can share em! Hope your enjoying your new whip as much as I am, take care!
Thanks Mopar 12, It's nice to be in the club. It was hard to find other Heritage Edition owners the 3 years I had my '09 HE 300C and this Mopar '12 club is way smaller. I still roll past a few other SRT owners when I drive my '06. I like being in a group w/ a numbered vehicle.....I also have a '04 Scion xB Release Series 1.0 #1386/2100 and it's Hot Lava Orange color. I think my neighbors hate me. LOL
I have number 388 if you want to see more pictures just go to Mopar pictures by hurricanejohn - Photobucket
I love this car the only complaint I have is the DVD manual sucks. For the cash we put out for one of these cars they should throw in the paper manual for free. I had to download a manual from Chrysler and its a generic 300 manual they should have a specific manual for this limited edition car. the information for the control centre shows different images than the actual car that needs to be addressed as well.
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