Inside, the 300S is a genuinely nice place to be. Though they’re a bit wide for our tastes, the seats are comfortable for hours on end and look great covered in Race Red leather. The infotainment system (and optional Garmin-based GPS) is intuitive and easy to use, and the $1295 Dual-Pane Panoramic Sunroof does much to class up the interior. The standard Beats audio system was hit-and-miss — rock and pop music sounded acceptable, but hip-hop, rap, and R&B sounded killer. Our only real gripes with the 300 were the Garmin navigation system’s basic looks and tendency to mispronounce street names (for example, La Tijera became Lane Tijera). A few remnants of old Chrysler also remained, like cheap switchgear and a hard plastic cubbyhole in the center stack — things no longer acceptable in a $20,000 sedan, let alone a $44,405 model like our tester.