Accurate 2023 Chrysler Model Year Changes. Until the new Airflow comes out, only small changes are in store for the almost 100-year-old Chrysler brand: A new 300C with a big Hemi®, more availability of safety equipment on other 300 models, wider availability of Trailer Sway Control on the Pacifica.
In its last year as an internal combustion vehicle, the 300 now offers full-speed Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking, ParkSense front and rear parking sonar, adaptive cruise control, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keep Assist, rain-sensitive wipers, automatic dimming side mirrors, and automatic high beam control on all models, including 300 Touring.
A power tilting/telescoping steering wheel is now offered on Touring L.
A compact spare tire is no longer standard, only a can of puncture sealant and an air pump. The temporary spare tire is optional.
Not since the 300C has Chrysler had a performance-oriented car. With the 300C, that shortcoming is rectified. A 475-horsepower, naturally-aspirated 6.4-liter Hemi® V8 headlines the 300C. It’s backed with large Brembo brakes, an electronically-adjustable suspension, an eight-speed transmission, and rear-wheel drive.
Trailer sway control, standard on Pinnacle, is now optional on non-hybrid Limited.
Accurate 2023 Chrysler Model Year Changes: Voyager
Continues with no changes in L and LX models.