Limit Pushing - Chrysler 300m Top Speed Test (Almost hit a truck)

(Limited: 111 mph) If you watch the end of the video, you get to see us almost hit a truck while driving at about 100 mph. The Chrysler 300M: The Chrysler 300M was produced from 1999 to 2004 after Chrysler's revival of the 300 name. Chrysler's goal of the 300M was to compete with similar sporty sedan imports which was a market not yet probed by other American auto makers. This time the 300 would be FWD with a 255 hp V6 engine car in the LH platform. This engine would be the only one available for the 300M. It was shared with the Plymouth Prowler and a limited edition R/T variant of the second-generation Dodge Intrepid. Rated at 253 HP, and 255 lb-ft of torque, it was connected to the 42LE, a four-speed automatic transmission with Autostick, which allowed manual selection of gears. The 300M was much more of a luxury car as opposed the older Chrysler letter cars.

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Limit Pushing - 2003 BMW 330ci Top Speed Test
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Limit Pushing - 2011 Expedition Top Speed Test
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