The Chrysler 300 family comes in Touring, Touring L, 300S Limited, and 300C trim. A variety of efficient and powertrains are available, enabling the Chrysler 300 to run the gamut from affordable, spacious and high-value mid-size to serious luxury and performance tourer. The base powertrain on the Chrysler 300 is a 3.6L V6 that makes 292 horsepower. The optional 360-horsepower 5.7L Hemi V8 engine is flex-fuel compatible. All models come equipped with an 8-speed automatic transmission. The available all-wheel-drive system combines an active transfer case for seamless response when traction is required, and a front-axle disconnect to help improve fuel economy when grip is sure. In any of its variants, the 300 is a spacious sedan with a comfortable ride, supportive seating and a back seat with enough headroom and legroom for adults. Trunk space is cavernous, and the interior is very well isolated from road and wind noise. The base Touring model is the definition of affordable luxury. It comes well-equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels, heated power mirrors, AM/FM/Satellite stereo with an 8.4-inch touch-screen display, an electronically auto-dimming rearview mirror and cloth-trimmed seats. The 300's strong safety feature list includes traction control, stability control and brake enhancing Ready Alert and Rainy Day brake support. Front, side and a driver's knee airbags are also standard. The 300S comes standard with a slightly more powerful version of the 3.6L V6, making 300 horsepower. Power driver and passenger seats, a 522-watt stereo and 20-inch polished aluminum wheels are all standard on the 300S. The 300S, like the 300C, is also available with the bigger 5.7L V8 engine. The 300C adds exterior chrome trim, standard Garmin navigation, steering wheel mounted paddle shifters, heated rear seats, 18-inch wheels and a ParkView rear back-up camera. The Limited trim is loaded with quilted Napa leather seats, hand-sanded wood accents and 20-inch wheels Safety features include adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, forward-collision warning and lane-departure warning.