The Chrysler 300 continues to live on, as most large sedans have ended production. While the Chrysler brand doesn’t market its large four-door sedan much these days, the brand continues to update the iconic nameplate without telling the public. Last month, we told you that Chrysler had re-introduced two new Sport Appearance Packages. Now, Chrysler is adding a splash of new color to the lineup.
Starting this month, two new colors join the Chrysler 300 Series with Amethyst (PCD) and Canyon Sunset (PEC). The two new colors make 10 colors available for the 2020 model lineup. For those who don’t know, Amethyst is known on Dodge models as Hellraisin, while Canyon Sunset is called Sinamon Stick.
Amethyst is available on all trim-levels of the 2020 Chrysler 300 Series lineup, while Canyon Sunset is limited to the Touring, Touring-L, and S models. The two new colors join Frostbite – a new color that was added last month. All three new colors are available at no extra cost.
To check inventories and ordering information, you can contact your local Chrysler dealership. Frostbite models are currently arriving on dealer lots now.