In 2015, Chrysler turns 90 years old. For perspective, that means when the marque released its first car in 1925, now-standard components like air cleaners and oil filters were high-tech innovations.
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Needless to say, current models are a little more sophisticated.
To celebrate the milestone, the company is offering a 90th anniversary option package for its 2016 300 sedan. Available for the base 300 Limited model, this option package comes with navigation, HD radio, SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link, Bluetooth connectivity, UConnect Access, a universal garage door opener, and a dual-pane sunroof. Buyers are also treated to a startup splash screen logo and premium floor mats with an embroidered logo.
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Of course, the 300 Limited is already pretty well equipped, with such standard equipment as an eight-speed automatic transmission, heated leather front seats, a power driver's seat, a heated steering wheel, push-button start, dual-zone climate control, satellite radio, a 7-inch instrument panel screen, and an 8.4-inch LCD touchscreen display.
We should all look so good when we've been around for almost a century.