Well, I guess I have done better than
everybody else. I have 74K on the van
and it does its job. But the
transmission blew up at 74K (1 month
after I paid it off). New transmission
2,600 bucks. Over all it has done a
good job hauling the family until this.
Never had replaced the breaks yet. I
do have the oil leak but I just put
some kitty liter under where I park it.
It a Dodge I knew quality was poor but
at the time it was the cheapest one
with the 2 sliding doors. Buy the
extended warranty because you will need
a new transmission at some point. My
mechanic guarantees it!!! Learn from my
mistake. Or buy a Honda!
Seating is flexible and we have plenty
of cup holders.
Quality, Quality, Quality. For what
these things cost you should be able to
drive 100,000 miles before you have a
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