FRANKFURT, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Motor Trend magazine named the Chrysler 300 its 2005 car of the year, it said on Thursday. It praised the sedan from Chrysler, DaimlerChrysler's U.S. business, as a "compelling combination of power, responsiveness, room and refinement". The U.S. magazine's editorial staff tested 24 new vehicles to find what it called the automobile that best represented exceptional value, superiority in its class, and the most significant development on the new car scene.
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