Purchasing Magnum Help?

Asked by Jul 17, 2012 at 12:20 PM about the Dodge Magnum

Question type: General

I live in Washington DC so i always dreamed of getting a magnum so i started researching brands of the yearly models honestly from what i have heard 05-08 magnums the best models are the r/t and the srt8
i am looking for a model that wont break down as often is good to drive in the city and has good brakes, transmission, and will last a while what year and model will best suit those needs?

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If you are going to buy one and can't be persuaded in a different direction then those 2 models are your best bet. They used higher quality parts in my opinion and hold up better. Honestly any car new or used can be a total lemon. You are just going to have to do your homework. I have an 06 Magnum sxt and motor and trans wise it's been beautiful (knock on wood) I have had electrical issues, braking issues and suspension issues. In fact, had a new issue pop up last week but I won't lay that on you. When you find the car you want take it to your own independent mechanic and an alignment shop to be checked out. Don't use the sellers and don't use a dealership, again in my opinion. I wish you the best of luck.

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