2006 Dodge Magnum User Reviews
- $7,721 - $14,228
- No trim specified for this review
- head turner
- money pit
Purchased As New
I bought my dodge magnum with 8 miles. It now has 55k. I love how it looks and how it picks up on the freeway. But would not recommend due to the fact that every time i take it to the dealer for what i think its going to be just an oil change it becomes a $500-700 bill. I have replaced the throttle body, inner and outer tie rods ends twice! Once out of my pocket and again paid by warranty. All my struts. It currently has a leak vosting $650 to repair. I meant its like just expect to pay $500 every 3000-5000 miles. Not worth it. I have low mileage now i can only imagine at 100,000k. And not to mention my brakes have been sqeaking for 3 years. I have taken it 3 times for the noise. Nothing! The last service guy told me, "its a dodge they all squeak." Not exactly what you want to hear. But i say dont doit. But use your own judgement.
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