2013 Chrysler 300 Glacier Edition | Winter Adventure Awaits

2013 Chrysler 300 Glacier Edition | Winter Adventure Awaits

The inevitable onset of winter does not have to signal the end of outdoor fun. In fact, some would argue that winter is the best time to get out and see the country. Snowshoeing in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, skiing in Colorado’s mountains, or simply tromping through fields in beautiful Upstate New York— winter adventure is out there for anybody willing to go in search of it.

Here at Forward Look, we suggest conducting the search for winter adventure in the Chrysler 300 Glacier Edition, a vehicle with best-in-class all-wheel-drive (AWD) fuel efficiency* and the most technologically advanced AWD drive system in its class^.

While you should always take care to avoid inclement weather, and never drive in hazardous conditions if you can help it, the Glacier’s intuitive AWD system is designed to help you maintain control should you find yourself unexpectedly in slick conditions. And by engaging and disengaging automatically, as needed, this intuitive AWD system helps the Glacier save on fuel without sacrificing safety and security. Add in Glacier’s athletic styling—features like 19-inch, eight-spoke aluminum wheels finished in Satin Carbon—and the final result is something special.

Ultimately, it makes us wonder—if you had the new 2013 Chrysler 300 Glacier Edition, where would you go in search of winter adventure?

To learn more about its winter driving capabilities, check out the Chrysler 300 Glacier Edition Infographic. For pricing information, please visit Chrysler.com.

* Based on the latest available competitive information and the Chrysler Group LLC Upper Large Car Segmentation. When equipped with AWD, 3.6L engine, and 8-speed transmission. Based on EPA-estimated 18 mpg city and 27 mpg highway.

^ Based on the latest available competitive information and the Chrysler Group LLC Upper Large Car Segmentation.

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