In 2007, Dodge showed the facelifted version of it. The most important change on the outside is the front side of the vehicle, where it received a more aggressive look.
There were a lot of differences between the Dodge Charger and the Magnum. The inside quality materials were different and Dodge management decided to revamp the Magnum's interior fit and finish at the same level as its sedan brother.
The interior of the Dodge Magnum is large enough for five people. With its very big trunk of 770 liters (27.7 cu-ft), which can be extended to 2010 liters (71.1 cu-ft) with the rear seats folded down, it is a very good alternative to a minivan.
For the engine compartment, Dodge selected a base level with a 2.7-liter V6 engine that produces 167 hp. On the upper trim level RXT it also offers a V6 but with a bigger displacement of 3.5 liters and 214 hp on tap. The SRT version comes with the 5.7 liter V8 and 345 hp engine. The top of the range version was the SRT-8 with the 6.1-liter Hemi engine, which produces 425 hp.
For the transmission, Dodge offers the Magnum only with an automatic 5-speed transmission. The RXT and SXT versions could be ordered with all-wheel-drive, while the base and the top-version were RWD only.
The Dodge Magnum range was discontinued at the end of March 2008 due to low sales figures.