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Dodge Magnum
The Magnum is a rear wheel drive station wagon sold since the 2005 model year. It was also the name of a car made by Dodge in 1978 and 1979, which was a rebadged Chrysler Cordoba.
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The modern Magnum station wagon is built on the Chrysler LX platform. It is considered the first American station wagon built since 1996 when Buick discontinued the Roadmaster Estate. Although it carries its own nameplate, it's basically a wagon version of the Chrysler 300. It is sold as the Chrysler 300 Touring in the European market. Engine options include the 190 horsepower 2.7 L LH V6 all the way up to a 5.7 L Hemi V8 on the RT. The more limited SRT-8 has a 6.1 L Hemi V8 that makes 425 horsepower, making it a true sports station wagon, or a muscle wagon, if you prefer that term. The SRT-8 has many other improvements besides the engine, including 20 inch wheels. It has won many awards, including "Best New Modern Muscle Car". As these cars are fairly new, very few have made it to the used car market. You'll pay way more than you should if you buy a used "off-lease" one from a dealership, even with the various incentives they'll offer. Your best bet is checking out eBay, where you can find discounted used and almost new models at way below dealer prices. You can also find aftermarket parts there, and you can bet this is the type of car that's going to have plenty of aftermarket parts in the near future.
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