Nice car for a teen! Granted, they're an ancient design but my lord does the 3.6 make those cars interesting. 283 horses in a 3,400 pound car is really quite hilarious when you think about it. To put it in perspective, the original Taurus SHO had 220 horse and a ~3,300 pound curb weight. So... add 63 horses and no weight. Talk about fun!
Torque steer is real in those cars. Chrysler decided to use unequal length axles which creates a lot of pull. A good example of an alternative is a like-sized Chevrolet Impala with the (oddly same sized) 3.6 V6. That engine makes 300 HP, but GM used equal-length axles which greatly improves heavy-throttle stability.
The thing that makes me laugh is that the 06-09 SS-badged W-body's (Impala's and Monte Carlo's, for those that don't know) had a 5.3L LS4 that made 303 horse, Granted, the LS4 made ~60 more ft. lbs. of torque, but GM had to limit that through software because the 4T65E just couldn't handle that kind of power from the factory. I've driven both, and I much prefer the 3.6 to the 5.3 in those cars.