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Background grid Jaguar XJ Sedan 2002-2007 Chrysler 300 Sedan 2004-2010
Real height1 1.448 m 2
1 1.475 m Real height1
 + 2.7 cm
+ 7.5 cm 2 5.09 m Real length
1 5.015 m Real length
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Front bumper
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Rear bumper
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Chrysler 300 Sedan  2004 - 2010 Views available
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300 LX
Sedan 2004 - 2010 18″
Spotted in Switzerland
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Jaguar XJ Sedan  2002 - 2007 Views available
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XJ 6 X350
Sedan 2002 - 2007 17″
Spotted in Switzerland

Side ViewChrysler 300 (LX) Sedan 2004 vs. Jaguar XJ (X350) Sedan 2002

Technical specs | Chrysler 300 (LX) Sedan 2004 is 7.5 cm shorter and 2.7 cm higher compared to Jaguar XJ (X350) Sedan 2002

305 cm
303.3 cm
501.5 cm
509 cm
188 cm
186 cm
-- cm
Width incl. mirrors
210.4 cm
147.5 cm
144.8 cm
-- cm
Ground clearance3
-- cm
-- l
Cargo volume4
470 l
-- l
Cargo volume max.4,5
-- l
1. Maximum height | 2. Width with folded mirrors | 3. Max. ground clearance | 4. Most common power unit. Possible deviation of standards. | 5. With rear seats folded down
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