by toyotaofdothan on Dec 12, 2012 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Concorde 4dr Sedan
Having grown up with Chrysler products I was biased and had a preference to them.
Several years ago after much pressure I left the Dodge dealership I was at for a job with Toyota..
Now after a few years to look back and reflect; while I can't say Toyota does not make a quality product; I can clearly see the reviews for many years feel even more biased against the Chrysler products.
This car is almost 20 years old, and due to southern sun has required a repaint.
Other than that; there are few parts that have ever been replaced on it.
It does need a piece of trim along the windshield, and it sounds like there may be some play in a motor mount developing.
by Toby VALDEZ on Jul 25, 2008 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Concorde 4dr Sedan
The car had 33,000 miles on it. Today it has 157,000. Does not burn any oil. I use it to commute to work. A/c works good. I just love driving my car. Three of my grand kids have gotten their their driving permit while driving my Chrysler Concord. I painted the car five years ago. Looks great. Excellent second car.
by COchrysler on Apr 18, 2008 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Concorde 4dr Sedan
I love this car to death. I first got this car in 2007 and it had 202,000 on it. It overheated and was out for a month, I get that fixed and man has this car been good to me. Loved the Infinity sound system and the design for a 93 is very nice. gets good to ok gas and is great for families and long trips. For the size of this car, it's fast and handles very well. The Concordes that was still out there will be good to you because most of the other models are junk now.
by JKH on Dec 12, 2006 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Concorde 4dr Sedan
After 179K miles, I still consider my Concorde to be reliable. It gets me where I need to go, even though my wife points out that the power lock button on the drivers side has long since migrated into the paneling of the door. I am happy to report, however, that the passenger side power lock is doing just fine. Also, the car periodically locks and unlocks itself, but we've just learned not to leave it running without rolling down a window. I believe that this gives the car character.
by Bluehistorian on May 16, 2006 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Concorde 4dr Sedan
I bought this 93 Concorde 8 years ago for a bargain price. I have keep it garaged most of the time and performed regular maintenance. It has provided virtually trouble free service during the entire time. It is fun to drive, and I love the 3.5 liter power plant that gives plenty of get up and go. The exterior design still appears contemporary even thought he model is 13 years old. Interior and exterior quality have been excellent. The leather seats have held up well and look good. Unfortunately, it just suffered through a hail storm, and the insurance adjuster has "totalled" the vehicle. Even though it is a little dimpled, I intend to keep it a while longer.
by proud owner on Jul 25, 2005 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Concorde 4dr Sedan
This vehicle has been the most reliable that i have ever purchased. With several trips to florida from MA under its belt and a small collision to boot. The power delivered from the 3.5 is unsurpassable from a car of its size and weight. I would like to see some aftermarket body effects for it, though.
Chrysler's new near-luxury sedan is designed to compete with cars like the Acura Vigor and the Lexus ES 300. Standard antilock brakes, dual airbags, an optional integrated child-seat and optional traction control are some of the Concorde's available safety features. Cab-forward design and a long wheelbase insure good passenger space and a comfortable ride for all occupants. A 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 214 horsepower is available instead of the standard 3.3-liter V6 that produces 153 horsepower.