This is definitely an 'old time
American car'. The suspension is
heavily ride balanced; it doesn't like
corners. Comfort for four is excellent;
it's a little narrow for five but if
they're not big people it should be
fine. Leg room is wonderful. The doors
open wide for easy access. The 3.3L
engine is a jewel, and is known for
being very reliable. Transmission
requires Mopar-spec fluid. Control
placement is decent; it's easy to hit
the wrong button on the window/lock
controls though. Eight way seat
adjustment is wonderful. The radio
hides behind the column mounted gear
Overall, a great highway cruiser that's
done well for us.
Appearance a definite highlight.
Interior comfort is another.
Rearview mirror has integrated auto-dim
and automatic headlight features that
Small center console aids in the
storage of small items & cassettes.
Cupholders in the center armrests
Moving the radio to the right a little
would've made it easier to reach & out
of the way of the shift lever.
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