There is only one brand that where there are actual websites dedicated to the hate of these vehicles and all things the terrible company makes.
The exterior of this vehicle is fairly nice, and the interior is roomy and comfortable. That is the good.
It chews up rotors and pads.
The paint started coming off at 90,000 miles.
I have replaced 7 crank shaft sensors, 5 cam shaft sensors, 1 A/C compressor, at least 9 windshield wipers, and the oil has leaked since the week we bought it.
It stalls all the time, and now the tranny is starting to go out.
All I do is feel sorry for anyone who buys a car made by this company.
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The A/C has never worked well, and the air vents are made so poorly that it makes them difficult to adjust.
I guess the best part is that a lot of the luxuries are standard on even the base models, but honestly who cares when only half of the things work only half the time.
Even the speakers got blown and needed to be replaced.
The FM radio stopped working @ 100,000.
Go bankrupt and never make another car again.
This car never should have been made in the first place if the ship would have just sunk several years ago.
Its no secret that Chrysler Group LLC cannot make a transmission to save their lives.
Oh yeah lets put WiFi in the new ones to attract a bunch of new customers who like our bells and whistles, but never have to care because once the vehicle is out of warranty everything breaks.
Genius... pure genius.
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