2006 Dodge Charger - it looks better than the 300C

Discussion in 'Chrysler 300' started by Hmmm..., Jan 12, 2005.

  1. Hmmm...

    Hmmm... Guest

    The 2006 Dodge Charger possibly could be the car that replaces my 1994 Dodge
    Intrepid. I'm glad they made it a 4-door.

    The appearance of the Chrysler 300C still has not grown on me. Whenever I
    see one I think "cartoon car". I have similar thoughts about the Prowler
    and the PT Cruiser.
    Hmmm..., Jan 12, 2005
  2. Hmmm...

    Hmmm... Guest

    Oops. I forgot. It's RWD. Never mind.
    Hmmm..., Jan 12, 2005
  3. You could always spend less time making stupid remarks and more time
    learning how to drive...!
    Daniel J. Stern, Jan 13, 2005
  4. Hmmm...

    Hmmm... Guest

    Wow. Quite a non-sequitur. What are smoking?

    Hmmm..., Jan 13, 2005
  5. Well, no, not really. Y'see, there's only one reason to bitch about a car
    being RWD, and that is that you don't know how to drive.
    Daniel J. Stern, Jan 13, 2005
  6. Hmmm...

    Hmmm... Guest

    They must do a good job of plowing and salting the streets wherever it is in
    Michigan that you drive. Probably not upper peninsula, right?

    I grew up driving in Minnesota, and learned to drive on ice and snow in RWD
    vehicles. FWD is much better. AWD even better.

    You see, there are other reasons to bitch about a car being RWD.
    Hmmm..., Jan 13, 2005
  7. Hmmm...

    David Guest

    Don't worry about Daniel. He is getting older and when that happens, older
    people just like to bitch about everything. Example( Elton John).

    No offense to Daniel! ;)
    David, Jan 13, 2005
  8. I've driven many miles for years in winter in CO, MI, IL and ON, in
    properly-equipped RWD cars, and never had a problem. Also driven many
    miles for years in winter in CO, MI, IL and ON, in properly-equipped FWD
    cars, and never had a problem.

    The trouble is on your end; you don't know how to drive and/or you don't
    know how to select tires. That's certainly not the car's fault.
    Daniel J. Stern, Jan 13, 2005
  9. Hmmm...

    Art Guest

    Chrysler claims that advances in traction control compensate in snow to make
    RWD ok. You could get a AWD Magnum if they are available yet.
    Art, Jan 13, 2005
  10. RWD is OK. I've got a 300C with ESP and could barely make it up my driveway
    with less than one inch of snow on the ground. The incline is about 15
    degrees, my FWD car and minivan had no problems.
    Peter A. Stavrakoglou, Jan 13, 2005
  11. Hmmm...

    maxpower Guest

    And then theres the other asshole
    maxpower, Jan 13, 2005
  12. Hmmm...

    maxpower Guest

    Mr Stern has issues, I think his wife cut him off or maybe his Buddy
    AARCUDA69062 found another buddy to play with
    maxpower, Jan 13, 2005
  13. I am reminded of a series on UK TV. It has articulate and known older men
    giving their forthright opinions about this and that.

    It's called "Grumpy Old Men".

    We may have a candidate from this NG...

    For direct contact replace nospam with schmetterling

    Dori A Schmetterling, Jan 13, 2005
  14. Hmmm...

    Art Guest

    I used to live in Rochester NY before radial tires were popular. I had a 71
    Dart Swinger and used snow tires. Horrible in the ice and snow. Now I live
    in NC. A few years ago we had a freak 2 foot snow storm. Couldn't believe
    how well my FWD 94 LHS did in it.
    Art, Jan 13, 2005
  15. And the tires on your 300C are...?
    Daniel J. Stern, Jan 13, 2005
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