2005 Dodge Magnum

    (6 Reviews)


    2005 Dodge Magnum Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Dodge Magnum

    • There's a false floor that allows a bit of hidden storage beneath it, or it can be configured into 'shopping-bag' mode to help hold cargo upright and in place.

      - Motor Trend
    • The Magnum has an imposing grille, long roof, high sides and unusual rear end, which has a hatch that opens deep into the roof to facilitate loading cargo, instead of taking up lots of room by swinging way up and out.

      - MSN Autos
    • Best Magnum engine? There's no contest here -- it's Chrysler's latest version of the Hemi V8, which is standard in the top-line $29,370 Magnum RT.

      - MSN Autos
    • The 5-speed automatic with its AutoStick sequential shifting operates seamlessly, and the rack-and-pinion steering is direct and linear in action...

      - Road & Track
    • The Magnum feels as if it's carved out of the proverbial block of wood. It's tight, solid and does a masterful job of insulating the passenger cabin from tire and road noise.

      - Road & Track

    Best one-liner about the Dodge Magnum

    • A truck nose, a wagon back, a Hemi heart.

      - Road & Track

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