I'm thinking about buying Nitro with 4.0 V6 and automatic transmission.
Just fyi, I grew on older Audi A6 quattro cars, but somehow I would like to try US style car (Nitro 4.0 or 300C awd 3,5 or Hemi) After the few hours on this forum I noticed the Nitro may or may not be full time 4wd. Big surprise for me! I'm not using the cars for offroad, but pretty often experienced slip with fwd or rwd cars on wet roads, this is no no for me anymore. (no ESP, TCS, DDT, TNT crap is helpful)
Many of the petrol Nitros on the local market are imported from US. So the R/T SXT or other trim stickers are not trustful for full time identification.
Please, how can I discover the Nitro is full 4WD equipped with MP 140 transmission?
Please, is there some differential lock? Or with one wheel on ice or in the air you're done with Nitro?
I'm confused, because I have found some original dodge document which state 2007 R/T 4.0 Nitro is full time. But the R/T I've seen had the 2wd / 4wd lock switch close to the lever. And user manual (I downloaded too and read from A to Z) doesn't mention this switch on MP140 full time 4wd transmission.
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Please, are there some tweaks, upgrades (not self adhesive stickers) for the dashboard? It is probably biggest problem for me - PET bottle like materials everywhere.
Is the Nitro interior silent or it starts rattling or squeezing?
(I don't understand why the US cars, even those expensive ones has so cheap looking and feeling plastic interiors.)