Chrysler's We're Still Part American campaign continues, with the release of a limited-production option package for the 300 it's calling the "Great American Package" (not to be confused with a Ron Jeremy movie potentially of the same name). The package is built around the 2.7-liter V6 model, and the options list reads like a fradycat's cheat sheet, including four-wheel antilock brakes, traction control, stability control with brake assist, front and side curtain air bags, and air filtration. With the base six, It also gets decent mileage, keeping buyers safe from refinery shortages. We'd be inclined to rename it the "Sum of all Fears" edition. Cough up the $1,400, cheapskate, your life may depend on it.
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