The Detroit News' John McCormick gives us an interesting take on why the Dodge Magnum is the proof in the Daimler-Chrysler merger pudding. Joining a major Detroit landmark with an equally famous German automaker was a risky move that no one thought would work way back in 1998. And until this year it hadn't proved many dividends. McCormick's review of the Magnum states how Daimler has helped Chrysler's products. It's an intriguing angle on a car we've read so many reviews of getting into one will be anticlimactic.
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