Comfortable responsive car. Bit noisy,
both exhaust noise (probably
intentional) and wind noise (really
crummy window fit) quite noticeable,
along with elevated road noise. Sound
system works OK, but sound
disappointing. While from a reliability
standpoint this is one of Chrysler's
more trouble free models, even so you
will need to budget more money for
repairs. Tires make a BIG difference in
handling. Eats front brake pads.
Comfortable seats, nice big sunroof,
roomy trunk, very large range of motion
in the driver's seat. Stable ride.
Reliability. As with most Chryslers, at
the two year mark lots of stupid things
start to go wrong. Work on your
QUALITY. For example, outer tie rod
ends should last more than 45000 miles
and sunroof motors should not fail at
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