The Chrysler brand has been quietly updating its iconic Chrysler 300 Series lineup, throughout the 2020 model year. While this future of the large four-door sedan looks gloom, 2020 is slowly becoming the best year since the 300 Series refresh for the 2015 model year.
First, Chrysler announced it was adding a new 300 Red S Appearance Package to its 300S sedan. The new Appearance Package added Black Noise exterior badging, red inserts on the Chrysler “wing” badges, Red “S” badges, as well as new 20-inch Black Noise aluminum wheels. The Red S also added an optional Radar Red interior theme as well. Then for the first time, Chrysler decided to add three new additional colors from Dodge lineup to the 300 Series. Those colors included the popular Frostbite color, as well as Amethyst (also known as Hellraisin in the Dodge lineup), and Canyon Sunset (which Dodge calls Sinnamon Stick).
MoparInsiders broke the news in February, that the Chrysler brand released another new appearance package for the 300 Touring. The Touring Sport Appearance Package includes Black Noise Wing badge With Black “Chrysler” insert, Gloss Black Lower Fascia Insert, Gloss Black Mirror Caps, Black Noise “300” badge, and new 20-inch Black Noise wheels on rear-wheel-drive models (19-inch Black Noise wheels are standard on all-wheel-drive models).
Now, we are releasing details another new package, this time for the 2020 Chrysler 300 Touring-L. The new Touring-L Sport Appearance Package (AAH) adds the Chrysler 300 SRT front fascia (found on the 300S Sport Appearance Package) with LED fog lamps, Gloss Black exterior accents, Gloss Black badging, Gloss Black Grille, and 20-Inch Black Noise Aluminum Wheels from the Red S Appearance Package.
The new Touring-L Sport Appearance Package has a U.S. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $995. The 2020 Chrysler 300 Touring-L Sport Appearance Package when equipped with leather interior, undercuts the 2020 Chrysler 300S V6 RWD by $2,685 with a price of $34,310 (excluding destination, taxes, and title). The current 300 Touring-L model, accounts for 54% of the Chrysler 300 Series sales in the United States.
Ordering for the Touring-L Sport Appearance Package is currently open. For more information, you can contact your local Chrysler dealer.