Quality, Ride, Handling, dependability. Looks great and holds up well over time. Not a single problem with the car; not even a light bulb burned out during our 39 month lease! Better than the Lexus ES300 we had - the Lexus's climate control malfunctioned within about 1 year. See other pros below
Look I had my share of dealing with car salesman and left the lot with what ever car they said I can get. If I had known about car max I would have been here. I had a wonderful salesman he didn't try to put me in anything I didn't want he even made sure I was comfortable with my monthly payment.
It is comfortable, great acceleration, fun to drive, reliable, sure on the road, low road noise, good stereo, the best interface system I have found in a car yet, great interior, roomy. Very little I don't like about the car, fell in love at first drive. Various models of charger but the act plus is perfect for me. Love the headlights st night as I live in a rural area and most the time there are no street lights and my headlights light up a 4 lane highway and all deer anywhere close to the road. Heated and cooled seats work fast, love the heated and cooled cup holders. I was hesitant because it wasn't a hemi but I must say the v6 has never failed to impress me and is all the power and speed you need. Comfortable for tall people.
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