1975 Dodge RamchargerReview
440 V-8 That Got 4-7 Mpg — Big SUV, lots of power, lifted and a winch! But 4-7 mpg is not worth it! A Blast to drive and 4 wheel. Has a huge following, makes great snow plow. But 4-7 mpg is horrible! Get something newer and more efficient.
Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)
Pros: 440 V-8
Cons: 4-7 mpg
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