I owned the car for two and a half
years; bought at 39,000 miles and sold
at 74,000. Problems during ownership;
air conditioning, power window, and
transmission speed sensor failures, and
the radio was erratic. The main reason
for selling the vehicle was my
experience with a 1996 Chrysler LHS.
It appears that a typical "LH" car can
become problematic after 75,000 miles.
Based on NHTSA info, I was very
concerned that the 2.7 liter V6 might
fail prematurely. Also, the steering
was making weird noises. I now own a
Exterior styling, interior space, huge
trunk, good fuel economy
Chrysler need to improve their
mechanical systems. The combination of
repair bills and high depreciation is
tough to deal with.
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