Unfortunately, luxurious features like real wood interior trim, Nappa leather, and quilted seats are gone. The optional 5.7-liter Hemi V8, fortunately, isn't going anywhere. But it will cost more than last year. Instead of a $3,000 option for the 300S, it'll now cost $4,000. The Touring can only be powered with the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6.
The 2021 300 Touring will carry a starting price of $31,940, including destination, which is just $405 more than last year. The 300S will cost $400 more than last year's $36,995 starting price, but bear in mind that doesn't include the now more-expensive optional Hemi. Chrysler's decision to simplify the 300 trims doesn't necessarily mean it's on borrowed time. It's just that Chrysler feels it must reduce costs wherever it can, and one way of doing so is by cutting out slow-selling features.