The Dodge Aspen Special Edition Coupe 1977 is an iconic classic from the late 1970s. It has a classic, boxy, yet aggressive look that can't be ignored. Its unique two-tone black and white paint job and large chrome grille give it a bold and striking appearance. The two-door coupe has thin pillars and large windows for improved visibility. It sits on a 108-inch wheelbase and has an overall length of 200 inches. Under the hood is a powerful 5.2-liter V8 engine that produces 147 horsepower and is matted to a 3-speed automatic transmission. It has good acceleration and decent fuel economy which made it an ideal car for long trips. Fuel efficiency is further improved by the disc brakes that offer superior stopping power compared to other vehicles of the time. Handling is also good for its time, thanks to the front wheel drive and independent rear suspension. The interior of the Dodge Aspen is surprisingly spacious and comfortable, thanks to its low profile and higher seating position. Its standard cloth seats are supportive and feature adjustable headrests. The cabin is well-equipped, with power steering, air conditioning, and an optional AM/FM radio. It also has impressive cargo capacity thanks to its rear seat which folds down for extra storage. The Dodge Aspen Special Edition Coupe 1977 is a classic car that embodies the style and technology of its time. Its unique design, powerful engine, advanced features, and comfortable interior make it a great car to own and drive.
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