their a po300 problem that no one can fix i replaced the following distributor, cap, rotor, egr, vac leaks, spark plug, plug wire, fuel pump, and still says po 300 dealers cant figure it out 6 garges cant figure it out and the funny thing is it run great and always has $2,500 later
I am the third owner of this vehicle and it has been great from day one. No major problems at all. Great fuel economy, large trunk, and plenty of interior room. A/C still blows ice cold, all power accessories work, and engine/transmission are great. Car has close to 150000 miles on it now and shows no sign of slowing down soon. Loved this car so much I bought an 06 Stratus and have been equally pleased, but still drive the Cirrus for my everyday car and even on long trips.
Body style, paint has held up very well (car has never been garaged), reliable, fun to drive, plenty of interior space.
The sound system (mine had the basic, cup holders do not allow enough space for large drinks
I bought this car new and it is the best car I have ever owned! I love it. I had only minor problems except for rear brake lines bursting once. I also note the air conditioning is getting weak now. I guess it is getting pretty old and I hope my next car will be as good.
After owning a VW Dasher-fun to drive
but mechanical disaster; Dodge
(Mitsubishi) Colt- reliable, great
mileage, but small, poor acceleration,
I wanted bigger w/a little style &
power. Cirrus served well w/6 cyl
providing extra power, comfort,
surprisingly roomy interior, + decent
mileage (26/30). Few probs but all
expensive: computer control module,
then A/C compressor, then condensor,
major brake job, engine mounts went a
early at 90000, but little else
for 7 yrs. Extended warranty (both
dealer & aftermarket) worthwhile. -Pts
for hard to reach battery in driver
wheel well; +pts for battery lasting 5
yrs in AZ.
6 cyl, 26/30 mileage, very roomy
interior, large trunk, powerful A/C
Find somewhere more accessible for
battery. Don't need to change often