I have owned this car for about 2 years now and so far no regrets. I spend a lot of time in it driving 40+ miles to work almost every day. So far I have no real complaints. Its a comfortable commuter with a more than adequate passing gear and a well equipped sports car at the same time. I would recommend the 3.5L to those who aren't concerned with performance, but if you are a car nut like me you should go no lower than the R/T.
Boston Acoustics stereo, standard leather on R/T and up, smooth ride quality, very spacious interior, head turning looks. I get complimented by customers at work every single day.
All R/T models should come with R&T performance package. I did not get the performance package because of the rarity in used models. 3.5L should be the base engine. As in 06, the 2.7L should be reserved for rental models. The 2.7L is not enough engine for this 4000lb car.
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