Get Instant Pricing with Edmunds Price Promise℠
1Look for "Special Offers" on a specific car
2Get your upfront, locked-in price from the dealer
3Go to the dealership to buy your car with no haggle
Get rid of it now while you can before that pc of junk cost you too much. I have a 2007 w/3.5l purchased it new with 21 miles on it. After 10,000 the cheap interior squeeks and rattles non stop. I now have 97,000 and have to pay money out of pocket just to get rid of on trade in. So far I have replaced ball joints,tie rods, control arm bushings, rotars and breaks 3 times. Transmission leak twice, and rear end leak once. A/C aircompressor has completely blown up. Water pump went out, timing belt jumped, completely had to rebuild upper portion of engine--rockers, rocker arms, intake & exhaust valves, re-machine the heads. Rocker arms twice for ticking and lifters for same ticking problems. Now transmission is acting up. And guess what for fun this weekend I'm changing out the control arm bushings, and sway arm bushings again since they are driving me nuts clunking over bumps. And yes I take very good care of my car and none of this is from abuse. I make sure everything on this car is serviced and taken care of at the dealership ,and have all service records down to my car wash's. Jus trust me get rid of it before it breaks especially if you have the 2.7 engine. They have alot of problems with timing belt jumping and when it does it wrecks the whole upper portion of that engine, and they also have problems with sludge in that 2.7 engine--not from not servicing the engine regularly every 3000,but the ports and intake are to small for oil to cycle through properly. As you can see I'm not happy with this car this is the worst vehicle I have ever owned and will never buy a Dodge again. Im getting rid of this in about a month to buy a Ford.Report it
© Edmunds.com, Inc.
† Edmunds.com received the highest numerical score in the proprietary J.D. Power 2014 Third-Party Automotive Website Evaluation Study℠. Results based on responses from 3,381 responses, measuring 14 companies and measures third-party automotive website usefulness among new and used vehicle shoppers. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of owners surveyed from January 2014. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com.