by Richard on Feb 13, 2009 Vehicle: 1991 Chrysler Imperial
Purchased said Chrysler Imperial in 1990 and have owned it ever since. I now have 137,500 miles on vehicle and have had no problems maintenance wise except for usual expected replacement parts, oil changes, tires,etc. I plan on keeping this car for at least another 20 years or so. You can take that to the bank!
by coolv on Sep 25, 2004 Vehicle: 1991 Chrysler Imperial
This was a very reliable car. I didn't
have any problems at all. I didn't fix
anything on it. Was a little slow out
the box, but the car was 13-14 years
old. Performed as well as a caddy on
the interstate. I easily passed much
newer cars. I couldn't tell I was
going so fast. This was a very smooth
car. Interior was near new condition.
Car was white (no rust) with burgundy
interior (unbelievable condition).
Transmission was a little rough.
by Fred W. Hoffman on Dec 30, 2002 Vehicle: 1991 Chrysler Imperial
We live in a small town and the car has
worked just fine for us for these past
few years. it handles very well on the
road and is an easy start in winter. We
have always kept the car in the garage
since our ownership. The tires are very
good. Transmission was replaced 3 years
ago. No major problems with the car. We
change the oil often.
by AbCdEf on Nov 29, 2002 Vehicle: 1991 Chrysler Imperial
Handsome, very comfortable, roomy car,
but considering my low mileage and the
high-end price, seriously unreliable.
Since I have owned it, the ABS,
electrics, suspension, transmission,
wires (computer) and air compressor
have failed and had to be replaced
between the ages of 6 months and
approximately 6 years. Engine seems
fine because oil was changed every 3-
4,000 miles without fail. Transmission
is particularly poor. Brakes not good
either. After 88,000 miles, I will
sell it because I have to keep putting
big money into it.
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