Bought new from dealer. Little things break too easy, outside sounds like it's inside, radio never worked right, air conditioning died in 2nd year, had to replace transmission (in 3rd year),fuel gage (4th year - broke down w/babies in the rain), front window seal (5th year) and rear side window seal (1st year). Will never buy a Dodge again!
I have had this van for two years. I
am in the process of trading it in for
a Toyota (I owned a Toyota prior to
buying this van). At 37,600 miles the
headlights started going out. I was
driving in the middle of the night and
the headlights went out on me. I am
lucky I didn't kill myself. Dodge
Dealer said it was an electrical
short? The car is only two years
old! Also had trouble with battery
disconnecting from its mount at a 1
Need to make a better quality
vehicle. Fix transmission and
Bought the van new and got a great
deal. I was leary with Dodge because
of past experiences with their
transmissions. So far, so good. I love
it. I'm constantly afraid something
will happen, but that's what the
warranty is for. Although overall I
love it. I wouldn't buy anything but a
minivan again. When you have kids you
can't beat the roominess.
The roominess of the minivan is
definitely my favorite feature. You
have more space than you would in an
SUV. I also like the dual sliding
doors. That seems to be the latest
feature. Before you only had one.
I think that power windows and locks
should be standard on this model.
This vehicle is very good to
drive.Handles well in traffic and seems
to have power enough for city
driving.Very comfortable and handles
six passengers with ease.Visibility is
good with pick-up style rear view
mirrors.The one thing I do not like is
the Mitsubishi 4 cyl.Quiet on the
road,but at low speed I can hear
rumbles of bearings it seems.
Very good parking in tight
quarters.Good gas milage.Great air
Lift or shorten the nose a bit!I Live
in Fla.and it hits when I exit from
most restaraunt and super market
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