Pros: Great pickup, automatic headlamps and auto climate. The car has a nice roadfeel. For basic seating it was still relatively comfortable. Compass on the dash with the temperature, not something I expect in a basic car.
Cons: Rear visibility sucks. The seats are so high and the headrests are fixed so you can't do anything about it. At slow speeds like the parking lot, the steering is cumbersome. It feels like there's no power steering at all. When I shut off the car at night, the headlamps look like they project the Chrysler wing logo. Maybe that's not a con, but it's gimicky and it's blatant product placement, to which I'm opposed. I don't like how all the doors unlock at once when you open the car, but that's probably a setting somewhere. The trunklid is heavy to open, like the little air pistons are fighting you instead of assisting. Plus, the liftover is quite high. Not a candidate for long-term driving, for sure.
It's not one of the cubish little cars my boss gets from time to time, so that's a plus. I don't know that I could take myself seriously in a Kia Soul or one of those little Nissans. But it's also not the new 200, a beautiful departure from the 2011 model I had.
Overall, I could be nitpicking because it's not as cool as the 300. I still think the car is quite drivable and not bad looking in its own right. Once I figured out the climate control, it was a polar excursion for me, a nicety in hot, humid weather. I give it a tentative B-.