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What a nice ride. The power, the style and the options. I'm almost ready for this to be my next ride. However, I'm waiting for the AWD to come out in the fall so I can compare the two.

This is a car I intend to keep for at least 10 years, so I want to make sure I get the right one.

Other than that, way to to Chrysler!!! Finally a domestic car I can put top on my list.
 

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You will love it. The AWD will drop your mileage a little (I am not thrilled with getting 11 mpg in my 300C) but then what is a Hemi for...

Hope you had a chance to listen to the Boston Acoustic sound system...incredible for a factory unit!!!

Good luck.
 

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I have 4300 miles. Drive it hard 60% of the time (excluding highway) and I average 19.6 miles per gallon. Where do you get 11?
 

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I only am averaging 14 mpg hwy and city mixed and i am almost at 15 w/out using the a/c for a couple of days. I only have a little over a 1000 miles on the car and I hope that mileage goes up. I have been babying it and cant get the mileage up.
 

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Dear 05 Hemi,

Thank you for your positive comment on the Boston Acoustics system. We really worked hard to capture the sound of our home speakers without compromise especially in such a great car as the 300C.

Sandy Lirag
Sales Manager OEM Automotive
Boston Acoustics
 

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Can some post a pic of the speakers. I'm afraid these are simple paper speakers with Whizzer cones for tweeters and not Real Bostons. At least that is the way everyone does it with factory systems (e.g. Chrysler Infinity System, Ford JBL, GM Bose).
 

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Hey 'ba guy'
Any help you can provide on the specifics of the BA system. I know there's a lot of people out there looking into adding speakers, subs, how to do mods or adding I-Pods ...
Any help you could give I'm sure it will be appreciated ....
 

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Hey Pr300C. Some great questions, but am I missing something here? Why would someone want to hobble in an iPod when you have a built-in MP3 6 disk changer? That's equal to 4.2GB of music, about the same as an iPod mini with no further investment and nothing to steal.

Sure hope ba guy can post some photos of the speakers.
 

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And 4.2 Gigs x 6 is about 25 gigs. My i pod is 40gigs (accordingly valued at 16.5 days of continuous music. ROADTRIP!) ...And portable, and convenient to update, and takes up less space. Need I go on?
 

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MY buddy has the FM Modulator for his i Pod, and for now, it is a good solution, but it is not full quality. So as soon as someone comes out with a hard connection, I'm there with the iPod. If anyone is smarter than I and knows how to do this I would be VERY interested in this as I did not get satellite radio.
 
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