There isn't a lot I don't like about it, aside from that it's very obviously an Alfa with Dodge parts.The biggest gripe I have is that they keep taking low shots of it and expecting it to look as good as a charger.
To me it looks incredibly awkward with so much ground clearance. So -- I eliminated it.
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You are absolutely correct there!!! The did the same thing with several vehicles I've owned over the years like the Caliber R/T AWD, the Avenger R/T AWD, the Journey R/T AWD and even the Durango Citadel AWD although that one isn't as noticeable. I think the common denominator for the people planning these AWD vehicles for Stellantis is that they believe a AWD vehicle needs increased ground clearance for whatever reason. NONSENSE!!!! Now, a 4WD vehicle which is totally different in design is usually
meant for off-road usage and actually does benefit from the added ground clearance. The last vehicle I was able to source good lowering springs for was the Avenger and that car looked good (until the "accordion incident", LOL!!
Visually, Stellantis et all have done a better job of lowering the ride heights and closing that wheel gap up lately but this is a prime example of a sporty vehicle with good styling being made to look like a Hot Wheels car because it has AWD capability. Stellantis, there are plenty of examples of AWD cars and SUVS with a nice low stance that cost way more and sell very well, Drop that car by about and inch and a half and I belive you've actually got something here people will at least look at before they buy something else..