2018 Dodge Magnum

2018 Dodge Magnum is a nameplate used by several prominent Dodge vehicles such as a large coupé sold 1978-1979 in the US as well as rear wheels for cars and trucks introduced in 2004 for model year 2005 and produced up to End of the 2008 model year and assembled at the Brampton assembly plant near Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In Brazil, the Magnum nameplate was a luxury version of the local Dodge Dart from 1979 to 1981. In Mexico, the Dodge Magnum was a two-wheel-drive sports car based on the M Chrysler body (American diplomat of Dodge / Plymouth Gran Fury).

Dodge Magnum was introduced for 1978 to complete the Dodge Charger. Dodge Magnum was sold in two forms, the “XE” and “GT” and was the last vehicle to use the long Chrysler B platform. The appearance was somewhat rounded loader and was in response to obtaining a car that would be eligible for NASCAR which would be more Aerodynamic, rather than the 1975-1978 boot was not. The styling features include four rectangular headlights behind the shrinking transparent lids with narrow opaque windows and an optional electric sliding roof bar. The Magnum was well equipped with power steering, brakes, and seats. The suspension included Chrysler’s standard adjustable longitudinal torsion bars, lower rails and front and rear swing bars. The 2018 Magnum basic engine was V8 318 cu in (5.2 L) with the lean mix, while V8 5.1 cm (4.1 liters) and 400 ccs (6.6 L) to two carburetors and four barrels were optional; The weight was almost 3,900 pounds (1,800 kg).

On November 1, 2007, Chrysler announced that as part of its restructuring plans, the Dodge Magnum would be one of four models dropped after the 2008 model year Chrysler In the words of “Magnum, with the PT Convertible Cruiser, Crossfire And Pacifica did not gain their guard. 2Dodge Magnum production ended on March 28, 2008. The Dodge Magnum (Dodge Caravan with short handle) was replaced by the Dodge Journey.

2018 Dodge Magnum Engine

Dodge Magnum V8 engine had a 360 CID (5.9L) with a single carburetor 4 bars rated at 300 horsepower (224 kW). From 1983 to 1988 Dodge sold a two-door sports-car with a turbocharger available in 1984 as the “Magnum”. Four engines have been proposed for the Mexican Magnum K, a SOHC 2.2L I-4 (K-Trans-4), a SOHC I-4 2.2L (1983-1986) and two 2.5L SOHC I-4, with and without Turbocharger (1987-88). The Mexican Magnum bus was officially named “Dodge Magnum 400” between 1983 and 1984, as it was a variation American Mexican sports car Dodge 400 in the eighties. By 1985, the suffix “400” was abandoned. For the 1987 season, the turbocharger and intercooler received turbocharged power changed from 140 to 150 horsepower (112 kW).

2018 Dodge Magnum SRT8

A high-performance version of SRT-8 debuted at the 2005 Los Angeles Auto Show. The SRT-8 was based on a concept car that was exhibited at the 2003 Los Angeles Auto Show.

2018 Dodge Magnum SRT8

2018 Dodge Magnum SRT8

2018 Dodge Magnum Hellcat

2018 Dodge Magnum Hellcat

2018 Dodge Magnum SRT

2018 Dodge Magnum SRT

Dodge Magnum was put on sale in 2005 as a 2006 model as the 300C SRT-8, which features the new 6.1L (370 cu in) Hemi engine, which produces 425 horsepower (317 kW). 20 “wheels, a firmer suspension, larger brakes (Brembo), a new treatment of the lower body and a revised foreground front and rear complete the transformation. The 2018 Dodge Magnum SRT-8 named Best New Muscle Car Modern In the Canadian car of the year of the contest.

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