If you haven't already, please research the reliability issues of the Chrysler 2.7 engine before you sink that kind of money into your 300.
I provided that link as an example of why your quote from Allpar, "This problem was solved (around 2002-2004), and the number of engine failures appears to be small" should not be taken seriously. If you're looking for a highly-simplified summary, consider this quote from Wikipedia's article on the Chrysler 2.7 LH engine;Hi, your link to lawsuit seems to account for status up to 2007 and mentions engines from 1998-2003.
I tried reading comments and they were all over the place so that was no help.
I am still confused, how do you relate a 2009 2.7L to this lawsuit ? Did you find documentation engines made after 2004 and owners provided proof they kept up with maintenance were experiencing engine failures ?
I saw the article mention in 2009 a bunch of lawsuits were combined so one judge could streamline the proceeding....
Are you a victim of engine failure ?
Most LX cars don't have one, either.2 months after getting this wife got a 2012 Sub Legacy, she loves it and i don't know crap about the drive train, they don't even have a tranny dip stick !