Overall fit and finish is more than excellent for a car in this price range. Take a tour of the outside and see the detail given to the body seams, their almost perfect all around the car. sit inside and notice that this is a driver's car. It's easy to get in a good driving position and all controls are extremely easy to use. The only downside is the comfort level of the seats over a long trip. This needs to be looked at by Dodge.
Ergonomics, electronics, engine management. All the things I always thought were horrible in american cars are more than just adequately engineered in the Magnum. All in the smoothest engine/transmission package on the market today.
Seats, my major complaint. Also, why doesn"t the Magnum have automatic wipers, lights and rear sensors as standard equipement? At this price they should be included.
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