by Stephanie on Sep 29, 2008 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Le Baron
I was reluctant to pay $1,400 for the 1994 LeBaron with 110,000 miles. But I'm sure glad I did! What a super reliable car. Cheap to fix, good pick up (love the v6), good on hills, in the snow (with snow tires), and it just keeps going and going. The only problem is that the bottom has finally rusted out. Everything is leaking. I think if we had been able to garage it we would have gotten more out of it. But the engine goes nice and quiet and the ride is smooth. Not stellar on gas but it's great in the winter. I would buy a well maintained one again in a heartbeat. I'll be sad when this one goes.
by mikegacsy on Dec 14, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Le Baron
we bought this car used and it had
85000 miles on it.it now has 124000
miles on it with no problems.everything
still works on it,and the interior and
body are in excellent shape.what people
have said that chyrsler products are
junk are goofy.i have owned chyrslers
all my life and have always been
satisfied with them.
by Customizer on Apr 6, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Le Baron
I have owned this vehichle for 4 years
or so and it had not failed me yet.
Its fuel economy is good and it is
comfortable to ride. Its looks aren't
the best but I am not disappointed in
buying this car.
by OnlyOwnMopar on Jan 13, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Le Baron
I have owned this car for 10 years. It
has been nothing but awesome. It looks
great, very fast and handles well. In
160,000 miles all I have had to do is
change the water pump, and starter.
The tranny needed an overhaul, but if
you consider that Chrysler tranny's
are designed for 120,000, getting 160
isnt bad at all. Other than that i
maintain it regularly like any car
needs and its been great.
by Steve Chapman on Oct 8, 2002 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Le Baron
Just like every other Chrysler LeBaron,
I too, have the transmission rebuilt at
100,000 miles. Other than that, it runs
reasonably well. I particularly like
the "look" of this car. It gives me
around 22 mpg. If I can stand the noise
from the brake which I have them
checked a few times, I may keep it a
little longer because it doesn't worth
much in the used car market.
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