A small correction to "300: Chrysler's conquest car" (May 24): The article stated, "In April sales of the 300 and 300C totaled 9,543 - well above the April 2003 figure of 2,473 for the 300M model they replaced."
The 300 replaced the Concorde, and the 300C replaced the 300M.
In April 2003, 2,401 Concordes were sold. Added to the 2,473 300Ms sold that month, the proper total to be compared is 4,874 sales.
That still leaves April 2004 sales nearly twice those of April 2003 for the new cars.
Pretty impressive, I'd say. Judging from uniformly favorable curbside reaction to a 300 touring car that I rented recently in Florida, it looks like Chrysler has a winner.