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2005 Dodge Magnum

2005 Dodge Magnum Review

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An American automaker hasn't produced a full-size station wagon since the Chevrolet Caprice retired in the mid 1990s, with sport/utility vehicles assuming the similar all-purpose family vehicle role for the past decade. This makes the Dodge Magnum a surprise hit, resurrecting a once-familiar segment with equal parts cool and function by taking full advantage of the corporate synergy within DaimlerChrysler. The Magnum is based on the new LX platform shared with the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger and derived from the previous-generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class underpinnings, including an evolved suspension. Magnum powertrains also are shared with other Chrysler vehicles, with the six-cylinder engines carrying over from the previous front-drive Intrepid, and the desirable top Hemi variants shared with other LX cars. Offered in rear- and all-wheel drive, the Magnum is a bona fide triple threat: utilitarian, good looking, and fine driving.

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